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Dr Kirk and Humberto review the Netflix documentary, I Just Killed My Dad. 00:00 I Just Killed My Dad review 00:34 Anthony Templet 02:42 Emotion myths...

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Dr Kirk and Humberto review the Netflix documentary, I Just Killed My Dad.

00:00 I Just Killed My Dad review
00:34 Anthony Templet
02:42 Emotion myths & Amanda Knox
09:20 Trauma responses
12:27 Attachment
22:00 Flat affect
38:30 Police incompetence
45:32 Child-parent violence
49:14 A license to kill?
1:02:33 Truancy
1:09:20 Munchausen's
1:17:17 System failure

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