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Sheldon Cashdan

Writer and Psychologist

University of Massachusetts

HQ Phone: (617) 287-5000

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Univ. of Mass., Amherst

University of Massachusetts

100 Morrissey Blvd.

Boston, Massachusetts 02125

United States

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With a growing reputation for innovative research addressing complex issues, the University of Massachusetts Boston, metropolitan Boston's only public university, offers its diverse student population both an intimate learning environment and the rich exp ... more

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Psychology Professor
University of Massachusetts

Education

Ph.D.

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I was talking to Sheldon ...

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I was talking to Sheldon Cashdan, a retired University of Massachusetts psychology professor, last week. He told me has written another book, "Emma von N.," that is only available online. Cashdan, who lives in Amherst, also wrote "The Witch Must Die, The Hidden Meaning of Fairy Tales," which is available at local bookstores.


I was talking to Sheldon ...

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I was talking to Sheldon Cashdan, a retired University of Massachusetts psychology professor, last week. He told me has written another book, "Emma von N.," that is only available online. Cashdan, who lives in Amherst, also wrote "The Witch Must Die, The Hidden Meaning of Fairy Tales," which is available at local bookstores.


Puget Sound Parent - PUGETSOUND - Parenthood.com - Scary Stories: Are They Good for Your Child?

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"When children read fairy tales, they unconsciously project their good parts onto the hero or heroine of the story, and the bad parts onto the opposite, usually the witch," says Sheldon Cashdan, Ph.D., emeritus professor of psychology at UMass-Amherst and author of The Witch Must Die: The Hidden Meaning of Fairy Tales.The struggle between the good and the bad gets played out in fairy tales and every time the witch dies (which usually happens at the end of such tales), the child gains faith in his ability to conquer all the bad parts of himself.

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The Witch Must Die: The Hidden Meaning of Fairy Tales, by Sheldon Cashdan, Basic Books, 2000.


Greenwood Publishing Group : Creative Fitness

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Greenwood Publishing Group : Creative Fitness

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