Psychology’s Jane Timmons-Mitchell blogs about accuracy of film “Inside Out”

Does Inside Outaccurately capture the mind of an 11-year-old girl? A child psychologist weighs in
The Conversation:Jane Timmons-Mitchell, associate clinical professor of psychology, blogged about the accuracy of the depiction of feelings and emotions in the filmInside Out. “In the end, the different characters for the emotions are altogether too mechanistic,” she wrote. “It might be a nice way to show children that they have feelings, but it’s not really the way feelings work.”