Psychopathology in Medieval Literature Research Group (PIML) analyses how the abused and alienated child has a damaged soul by parental alienation to inquire why the child’s psychologically injured adolescence and adulthood happen in terms of  Parental Alienation Syndrome. Medea Complex intersects with psychiatric disturbance known as Parental Alienation Syndrome. This research group reveals that the experience of child psychology allows medieval England romance writers create flash points where literature and psychopathology meet.