The Horror Paradox: Why Being Scared Can Feel Good

RESOURCES

The Greatest Films
http://www.filmsite.org

Mental Health America
http://www.mentalhealthamerica.net

CANADIAN RESOURCES

Canadian Psychological Association
http://www.cpa.ca

Horror Movies
http://www.horror-movies.ca

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