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Wonder Woman's striking visage on large, bright screens just inside the new National Museum of Psychology tells visitors there's more here than dusty books and esoteric curiosities.Once past Wonder Woman, the 790-square-meter museum on the edge of the University of Akron's downtown campus takes a deep dive into the study of why people do what they do. Dennis Barrie, who developed it with his wife, Kathleen, already knew what it took to get people in the front door of a museum. He was co-creator of Cleveland's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and a former executive director there. In recent years he worked on the International Spy Museum in Washington and the Mob Museum in Las Vegas.The overarching theme of the museum is examining what makes us human.
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