Dr. Riniolo Publishes "Freud, Murder, and Fame: Lessons In Psychology's Fascinating History"

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January 18, 2012

Todd C. Riniolo, Ph.D., professor in the Department of Social Sciences, published Freud, Murder and Fame: Lessons in Psychology's Fascinating History in January 2012. 

From the book's description:

How did Sigmund Freud first become a household name in America? "Freud, Murder, and Fame" highlights the importance of the 1924 Leopold and Loeb murder trial (“the Crime of the Century”), when testimony from Freudian psychoanalysts captivated the nation. The trial’s front-page media exposure introduced many Americans to Freudian theory, as seemingly everyone became engrossed in the senseless murder of 14-year-old Bobby Franks.

The author of When Good Thinking Goes Bad has made this e-book available on Amazon Kindle. 

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