Video Library - Queens University by taoyni

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                     Name of Video

     To order a video, please use the number in the second column (column A).
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     1. Crisis for the Unborn 2. The Feminine
13   Mistake - Smoking Habits in Women

15   "Depression" The Shadowed Valley

18   John E. - Brief Separation from Parents

19   1. Art of Age. 2. Tomorrow Again
29   What is Gestalt?

35   Schizophrenia: Catatonic type

     Lateral Inhibition in the Retina. Visual cortex
40   of the cat.

41   Obedience

45   Living in a reversed world

     The City and the Self - Bystander Problem
46   and Urban Distrust

47   Learning

                                                Page 1

49   Sleep and dreaming

50   Motivation and Reward in Learning

52   Imprinting

54   B.F. Skinner

57   the Pinks and Blues

     Discovery and Experience - The Growing
58   Mind

     (A) Discovery and Experience: How Children
61   Think. (B) Mother Love by Harlowe

     John B. Watson - 1919 film - Experimental
64   Investigation of Babies

65   The Failing Marriage

     Behavior Change: Research, Practice and
67   Promise

     Normal Sleep, Childhood Sleep, Adult Sleep.
68   Evaluation and treatment of sleep disorders

                                              Page 2

      Infancy (Part I); Prenatal Development (Part
74    II)

      Optical Motions and Transformations as a
75    Stimulus for Visual Perception

      Young Children in Brief Separation: Part I -
76    Kate

77    Childhood's End

78    The Stanford Prison Experiment

79    Mind of Man, Part 1 of 2

80    Animation; Depth and Motion Perception
83    Introduction to Animal Care/Ethics
86    Washoe, part 1.

90    The Dance of the Bees

      Cross-Cultural Psychology (5 tapes: A, B, C,
 97   D, E)
100   Lateral inhibition in the retina

101   Development in the Visual Cortex
102   The visual cortex of the cat

                                                Page 3

107   The Brain Part II: Vision & Movement

112   "I am not what you see"

117   The Serious Business of Play

118   Brain, Stress and Emotion

119   The Brain, Learning and Memory

121   The Brain "The Two Brains"

      1. Sharing the Experience with Gavin. 2.
128   First Steps

129   In Search of Excellence (2 copies)

132   Baby Talk

135   Introduction and Overview (Eating Disorders)

      Eating Disorders: Considerations and
136   Complications

                                                 Page 4

137   Eating Disorders Psychobiology

      Eating Disorders: Etiology, prevalence and
138   outcome

139   Eating Disorders: Critique of treatment

      Physiologic Basis for Treatment Rationale -
140   Dr. Allen S. Kaplan

      Lawyers: Stewards of Justice "Til Death Do
148   Us Part"

      Lawyers: And You Shall Be Heard. Regina
150   vs. Clow, pt 1

151   Lawyers: And You Shall Be Heard, pt 2
154   Beck: Cognitive Therapy, Initial Interview.

156   Konrad Lorenz: Science of Animal Behavior
158   Life's first feeling: Emotional Development

159   More than meets the eye - vision

160   The Nature of Things: The Miracle of Hearing

                                                    Page 5

174   Business, Behaviorism and the Bottom Line

180   Hooked: The Psychology of Intoxication

      RET Demo of a man with low self acceptance
187   and assertiveness problems

      Unraveling Alzheimer's Disease: A film about
189   its effect on relatives and patients

190   Nature: The Discovery of Animal Behavior

      Animal Behavior Part IV: The question of
191   learning

192   the Sexual Brain

194   Memory: The fabric of the mind

199   Life's first feeling

205   The Mind: Addiction

207   The Mind #6: Depression

                                                 Page 6

209   The Mind #8: Thinking

      Illustrations of Clinical Case - Suicide,
217   Depression, Schizophrenia, Panic

      Clinical Syndrome Illustration: Depression,
218   Mania

220   Nice guys finish first

      "As I Am". Portrait of persons with a
221   developmental handicap

      Clinic Drug Program - Vol. 1
222   Methamphetamines

      Physical and Psychological Properties of
227   Sound (2 copies)

228   Research Methods

229   The Biology of Behavior

230   The Brain-Mind Connection

231   Sleep and Dreaming

232   Sensation and Perception

                                                  Page 7

233   Learning

234   Human Behavior: Memory

238   Motivation

239   Gender and Relationships

240   Personality

      Study/Human Behavior/Cognitive
242   Development

243   Human Behavior: Adolescent Development

246   What is normal?

247   Schizophrenia

248   Approaches to Therapy

249   Study/human Behavior/Therapy choices

250   Social Psychology

251   Conformity, Obedience and Dissent

252   Issues in Psychology

                                             Page 8

      The Life of the Mind: An Introduction to
261   Psychology (Lectures 7 & 8)

273   Broken Minds

      Seeing beyond the obvious: Understanding
      Perception in novel and everyday
274   environments
      Physical and psychological properties of
277   sound. (2 copies)
      The Brain: Teaching modules 17-30 (see also
283   tape 304)

      Candid Camera Classics for Social
293   Psychology

295   Conference on Cross Cultural Psychology

297   MPD (Multiple Personality Disorder)

299   The Power of the Situation

300   Nature of Things: Memory

      The Brain: Teaching Modules 17-30 (see also
304   tape 283)

                                                 Page 9

      The Mind: Teaching Modules 1-20 (see also
305   tape 280)

      The Mind: Teaching Modules (see also tape
306   281)
      Cognitive-Affective Behavior Therapy:
307   Goldfried
308   Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy: Persons
309   Client-centered therapy: Raskin
      Effective Psychanalytic Therapy of
      Schizophrenia and other severe disorders:
310   Karon
311   Ethnocultural Psychology: Comas-Diaz
312   Experiential Psychology: Mahrer
313   Feminist Therapy: Brown
      Individual Consultation from a Family
314   Systems Perspective: Kaslow
316   Multimodal Therapy: Lazarus
317   Prescriptive Eclectic Therapy: Norcross
      Process Experiential Psychotherapy:
318   Greenberg

319   Dyslexia - Diagnosis and Treatment

321   The Nature of Human Nature

322   The Social Brain

323   Consciousness

      Facilitated Communication; Prisoners of
326   Silence

                                                Page 10

329   The Development of the Human Brain
330   Autism

332   Teen Depression

      Helping with Family Problems: Therapeutic
334   Approaches to Difficult Behavior

335   Cognitive Development

      The Doctor is in: Post-Traumatic Stress
337   Disorder

348   Abnormal Psychology, Series III

349   Abnormal Psychology, Series III

350   Abnormal Psychology, Series III
354   Social Psychology, Series I

355   Social Psychology, Series I

      Overcoming Depression: (Master Therapists:
      Live Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy
361   Sessions With Dom DiMattia, Ed.D.)
      Coping with the Suicide of a Loved One
      (Master Therapists: Live Rational Emotive
      Behavior Therapy Sessions with Albert Ellis,
362   Ph.D.)

      Mind Over Matter (Advances in Brain
363   Research)

364   Perceptions: The Theories

366   Intelligence, Creativity and Thinking Styles

                                                Page 11

367   Teens: What Makes Them Tick?

368   Chimp Talk

      Bubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble (Journey to
374   the Centers of the Brain)
      History's Mysteries: Silent Wtinesses- The
377   Kitty Genovese Murder

      Play therapy for Severe Psychological
379   Trauma

383   The Wild Child

392   The Mind: The Violent Mind

      The Weight Craze - (part 6) Never Too Thin
393   & (part 1) Eating Well

      The Weight Craze: 2. The Diet Deception 3.
      Born Big 4. Dying To Be Thin 5. Beyond
394   Dieting

      Childhood And Adolescence: The Story Of
      Development            1. Discovering The
395   Child 2. Biological Growth

      Childhood And Adolescence: The Story Of
      Development             3. Mastering Early
396   Skills 4. Learning To Communicate

      Childhood And Adolescence: The Story Of
      Development 5. How Does The Mind Grow?
397   6. IQ Testing And The School

      Childhood And Adolescence: The Story Of
      Development:        7. Habits Of The Heart:
398   Early Relationships

                                              Page 12

406   Language Development

408   Healthy Relationships (Cambridge Education)

409   Teen Suicide

411   The Madness of King George

417   The Joy Luck Club

      Issues In Psychology - Volume I
419   (Stress/Depression Disorders/ Gender)

      Issues In Psychology - Volume II
420   (Therapy/Violence And Aggression)
422   On Becoming A Social Psychologist

425   Dr. Ed Metcalf Presentations

426   Cross Cultural Communications

428   Pain Management - Robert J. Gatchel, PhD

430   Made In China

431   The Nature of Things: A Disease Called Pain

                                              Page 13

432   Like Water for Chocolate

433   A Great Wall (DVD)

434   Eat Drink Man Woman

435   The Frugal Gourmet Collection - Dim Sum

436   Yi Yi

437   The Wedding Banquet

      Bandura's Social Cognitive Theory: An
438   Introduction

439   The Human Zoo - Brief Encounters

                                              Page 14

440   The Human Zoo - Following The Herd

441   The Human Zoo - Crimes of Obedience

444   Women & Depression
447   Adolescence

      Seasons of Life - Program 1: Infancy and
449   Early hildhood (conception to Age 6)

      Seasons of Life - Program 2: Childhood and
450   Adolescence      (Ages 6-20)

      To Kill Or To Cure -- Part 1: Strike Hard
452   Part 2: Gentle Justice

453   Shall We Dance?

                                                  Page 15

454   Abnormal Psychology, Ninth Edition

455   True Colors
456   Iron and Silk
457   Preschool in Three Cultures

458   Working Like Crazy

459   FIX , The Story of an Addicted City

460   Fighting Their Fears: Child and Youth Anxiety

461   Anatomy & Physiology: The Nervous System

462   The Mind vs. The Brain: Has Freud Slipped?

                                              Page 16

463   Dark Voices: Schizophrenia

      Kay Redfield Jamison: Surviving Bipolar
464   Disorder

465   Alzheimer's A True Story

466   Drinking: Are You in Control?

467   Depression Beating the Blues

468   Understanding the Senses

                                                Page 17

469   Desmond Morris: The Human Animal

470   Constant Craving: The Science of Addiction

471   daughter from danang

472   Flight from Death - The Quest for Immortality

473   Promises

      Eating Disorders: New Approaches to
474   Treatment

475   Everyday Addictions (The Body Invaders)

476   Depression (The Body Invaders)

                                               Page 18

      Making Friends: The Science of Social
477   Interaction

      Healthy Relationships - DVD (Cambridge
478   Education)

      The Ellis/Szasz Debate Mental Illness: Fact or
479   Myth?

480   Common Sense: Making Sense

481   Common Sense: The Sound of Silence

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      Common Sense: The Sixth Sense….and the
482   Rest

483   Common Sense: Where Am I?

484   Common Sense: Vive la Difference

      Common Sense: The Enchanted Loom:
485   Processing Sensory Information

                                           Page 20


487   devils on the door step

488   Guns, Germs, and Steel

489   The Times of Harvey Milk

                                                Page 21

490   Lifespan

      The Developing Child: Emotional
491   Development of Children

492   The Biological Mind : Seriously Stressed

      Research Methods in the Social Sciences -
493   Introduction to Designing Experiments

494   Sentenced To Life

                                                 Page 22

495   The Human Face
496   Postville: When Cultures Collide

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                              Main Category                            Produced by           video length

use the number in the second column (column A).

                                                               March of Dimes Foundation,
        Developmental Psychology, Health Psychology            Public Health                45 mins

        Abnormal Psychology                                    Bristol Myers Co.            42 mins

                                                               Tanistock Institute for Human
        Developmental Psychology                               Relations                     43 mins

        Developmental Psychology                                                            41 mins.

                                                               National Film Board of
        Abnormal Psychology                                    Canada                       10 mins

                                                               Center for Science Education,
                                                               London Brain Sciences
                                                               Information Project, Ferranti
        Neuropsychology                                        Ltd                           30 mins

        Social Psychology                                                                   50 mins

        Perception                                                                          10 mins

        Social Psychology                                                                   25 mins

        Learning                                               CRM Productions              25 mins

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Sleep Psychology                                         Houghton Mifflan                14 mins

                                                         Institute of Human Relations:
Learning                                                 Yale University                 14 mins

Animal Behavior                                          Appelton Century Crafts         60 mins

Personality                                              KUHT Film Productions           50 mins

Developmental Psychology                                 WBGH, Boston                    60 mins

Developmental Psychology                                 BBC WEST, Time Life Films       30 mins

Attachment (part II)                                     CBS                             56 mins

Developmental Psychology                                 Eagle Film Productions          15 mins

Social Psychology                                        Temple University               30 mins

                                                         Phillip Blake Production
Learning, History of Psychology                          Research Press Co               43 mins

Psychology of Sleep                                      Amram Nowack Assoc.             60 mins.

                                                  Page 25

                                                       Barbara Jampel (Part I); CRM
Developmental Psychology (Child Development)           Productions (Part II)        30 mins

                                                       Psychological Cinema
Perception                                             Register                       15 mins

                                                       Tavistock Institute of Human
Developmental Psychology                               Behavior                       32 mins

                                                       Kensington Communications
                                                       Inc., in association with TV
Abnormal Psychology, Childhood psychopathology         Ontario                        30 mins

Social Psychology                                                                     40 mins

Neuropsychology                                        WNET 13                        60 mins

Perception                                             Houghton Mifflan               15 mins
Animal Care/Ethics                                     Queen's University

Communication                                          University of Graz, Vienna     22 mins

                                                       University of the Air, CJOH
Social Psychology                                      CTV                            30 mins x 5

                                                       Ferranti Ltd Brain Sciences
Neuropsychology                                        information project            10 mins

                                                 Page 26

Cognition/Perception                                 WNET/PBS                     50 mins

Developmental Disabilities                           CBC                          30 mins

Developmental Psychology                             CBC                          30 mins

Neuropsychology                                      Telescene Productions        60 mins

Neuropsychology                                      Telescene Productions        70 mins

Brain/Anatomy & functioning                          PBS/WNET                     60 mins

                                                     1. The National Institute on
                                                     Mental Health 2. The National
Developmental Psychology                             Film Board of Canada          53 mins

Industrial Psychology                                WETA/PBS                     90 mins

Developmental Psychology                             BBC                          60 mins

Addictive Behaviors                                  Taped at a Conference        20 mins

Abnormal Psychology                                  Taped at a Conference        40 mins

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Abnormal Psychology                           Taped at a conference         40 mins

Abnormal Psychology                           Taped at a conference         42 mins

Abnormal Psychology                           Taped at conference           40 mins

Addictive Behaviors                           taped at conference           42 mins

Law & Ethics                                  CBC Ottawa                    55 mins

Law & Ethics                                  CBC Ottawa                    55 mins

Law & Ethics                                  CBC Ottawa                    55 mins

Animal Behavior                               National Geographic Society   14 mins

Perception                                    Vista Broadcasting            65 mins.

Perception - hearing                          CBC                           60 mins

                                       Page 28

Learning & Conditioning                           CRM Productions                  20 mins

Addictive Behaviors                               Hazleton                         50 mins

Clinical Psychology                               William Patterson College        40 mins

                                                  Alzheimer's Society of British
Cognition (Alzheimer's)                           Columbia                         43 mins

Evolutionary Psychology                           WNET New York                    55 mins

Animal Behavior                                   BBC                              50 mins

                                                  Films for the Humanities and
Neuropsychology                                   Sciences Inc.                    55 mins

Cognition                                         Film for the Humanities          30 mins

Developmental Psychology                          Nova                             58 mins

Cognition/addiction                               PBS/BBC                          40 mins

Cognition                                         PBS/WNET                         58 mins

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Cognition                                           WNET/PBS                    55 mins

Abnormal Psychology

Abnormal Psychology                                 Various clips               22 mins

Social Psychology                                   BBC Enterprises             50 mins

                                                    Metropolitan Toronto
                                                    Association for Community
Developmental Disabilities                          Living, Omega Films Ltd     20 mins

Addictions                                                                      55 mins

Perception                                          York University             23 mins

                                                    Magic Lantern
Research methods                                    Communications Inc.         30 mins

                                                    Magic Lantern
Neurobiology                                        Communications              30 mins

                                                    Magic Lantern
Neuropsychology                                     Communications Inc          30 mins

                                                    Magic Lantern
Sleep Psychology                                    Communications Inc          30 mins

                                                    Magic Lantern
Sensation & Perception                              Communications Inc          30 mins

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                                                       Magic Lantern
Learning                                               Communications Ltd    30 mins
                                                       Magic Lantern
Cognition                                              Communications        30 mins

                                                       Magic Lantern
Social Psychology/Personality                          Communications Ltd.   30 mins

                                                       Magic Lantern
Social Psychology                                      Communications Ltd.   30 mins

                                                       Magic Lantern
Personality                                            Communications Inc.   30 mins

Developmental Psychology                               Magic Lantern         30 mins

                                                       Magic Lantern
Developmental Psychology                               Communications Ltd.   30 mins

Definition of Mental Disorder                          Magic Lantern         30 mins

                                                       Magic Lantern
Abnormal Psychology                                    Communications Inc    30 mins

                                                       Magic Lantern
Therapy Techniques                                     Communications Ltd.   30 mins

                                                       Magic Lantern
Therapy Techniques                                     Communications Ltd    30 mins

                                                       Magic Lantern
Social Psychology                                      Communications Inc    30 mins

                                                       Magic Lantern
Social Psychology                                      Communications Ltd    30 mins

                                                       Magic Lantern
General Psychology                                     Communications Inc.   30 mins

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Abnormal Psychology                          The Teaching Company         1 1/2 hrs

Abnormal Psychology                          PBS                          58 mins

Perception                                   The University of Virginia   46 mins

Social Psychology                            McGraw-Hill                  58 mins

Social Psychology                                                         70 mins

Abnormal Psychology                                                       50 mins

                                             Boston: Magic Lantern/WGBH
Social Psychology                            Educational Foundation

Memory                                       CBC                          50 mins

Cognition                                    WNET/PBS

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Cognition/Brain                                     WNET                           180 mins

Cognition                                           WNET/PBS                       120 mins






                                                    Films for the Humanities and
Developmental Psychology                            Sciences                       52 mins

                                                    Films for the Humanities and
Evolutionary Psychology                             Sciences                       57 mins

                                                    Films for the Humanities and
Social Psychology                                   Social Sciences                57 mins

                                                    Films for the Humanities and
Personality                                         Sciences                       57 mins

                                                    Jan Palfreman, WGBH
Developmental Disabilities                          Educational Foundation         55 mins

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                                            Films for the Humanities &
                                            Sciences                       40 mins

                                            Films for the Humanities &
Developmental                               Sciences                       16 mins

                                            Films for the Humanities &
                                            Sciences                       25 mins

                                            Films for the Humanities &
Developmental                               Sciences                       60 mins

                                            Films for the Humanities &
                                            Sciences                       28 mins
                                            ABC News/Prentice Hall
                                            Video Library
                                            ABC News/Prentice Hall
                                            Video Library

Behavioral Therapy                          Albert Ellis Institute         38 min.

Behavioral Therapy                          Albert Ellis Institute         49 min.

                                            Films for the Humanities and
Brain Research                              Sciences                       47

                                            Films for the Humanities and
                                            Sciences                       48 Minutes

                                            Films for the Humanities and
                                            Sciences                       30 Minutes

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                                             Films for the Humanities and
                                             Sciences                       41

                                             Films for the Humanities and
                                             Sciences                       14

                                             Films for the Humanities and
                                             Sciences                       58 Min.

                                             A&E Television Networks        50min.

Clinical Psychology                          Guilford Press, Inc.           40 Min.

                                             United Artists                 1hr 26 min

                                             PBS                            90 mins.

                                             TVO                            60 mins.

                                             TVO                            120 mins.

                                             TVO                            120 mins.

                                             TVO                            120 mins.

                                             TVO                            120 mins.

                                             TVO                            60 mins.

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                                           Films For The Humanities &
                                           Sciences                       40 mins

                                           Cambridge Educational

                                           Cambridge Educational          34 mins.

                                           Malofilm Distribution Inc.     110 min.

                                           Oliver Stone                   139 mins.

                                           ABC News/Prentice Hall

                                           ABC News/Prentice Hall
Social Psychology                          Patrick K. Frye                48 mins.

                                                                          45 min.

                                                                          35 1/2 mins.

                                           APA Psychotherapy -
                                           Behavioral Health and Health
Clinical                                   Counseling

                                           Holiday Pictures Ltd.          48 min.

Clinical                                   CBC

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Social                          Arau Films International      105 min.

                                W & S Productions & Nanhai
                                Film Co.                      102 mins.

                                Samuel Goldwyn Company        104 min.

                                An MPI Presentation of a
Social                          WTTW Production               30 min.

                                Atom Films Production - A film
Social                          by Edward Yang                 173 min.

                                Alliance Home Videos          1hr 48mins.

                                Canadian Learning Company
                                Inc.                      38 mins.

                                Films For The Humanities &
                                Sciences                      50 mins.

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                                           Films For The Humanities &
                                           Sciences                     52 mins.

                                           Films For The Humanities &
                                           Sciences                     51 mins.

                                           Films For The Humanities &
                                           Sciences                     29 mins.

                                           WQED/Pittsburgh              60 mins.

                                           WQED/Pittsburgh              60 mins.

Social Psychology                          Galafilm Productions Inc.    83 mins.

                                           Miramax Films                119 mins.

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                                                     Produced for John Wiley &
                                                     Sons by Films for the
                                                     Humanities & Sciences
                                                     Discussion Guide produced
Social Psychology                                    by ABC News
Cultural Psychology                                  Shirley Sun
Social Psychology                                    Joseph Tobin

                                                                                    Length 53
Clinical, Social Psychology                          Laura Sky, Gwynne Basen        minutes

Social Psychology                                    Nettie Wild                    Length 92 mins

                                                     A Knowledge Network
                                                     Production - A National Film
Clinical                                             Board of Canada Release        56 min.

BBCS                                                 MEDCOM TRAINEX                 Length 16:58

                                                     Films For The Humanities &
Clinical, Developmental                              Sciences                       26 mins

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                                                 Discovery Channel University
Clinical, Developmental                          TM                           52 mins

Clinical                                         ABC News Nightline Upclose   21 mins

                                                 Films For The Humanities &
Clinical                                         Sciences                     75 mins

                                                 Films For The Humanities &
Clinical                                         Sciences                     44 mins

                                                 Films For The Humanities &
Clinical                                         Sciences                     23 min

                                                 Films For The Humanities &
BBCS                                             Sciences                     56 min

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                                                     Films For The Humanities &
BBCS                                                 Sciences                     50 min

                                                     BBC Production

Cultural Psychology/Social                           PBS Home Video

Social Psychology, cultural                          Transcendental Media

Social Psychology, cultural                          N.E.W Yorker Video

                                                     Films for the Humanities &
Cognitive Psychology                                 Sciences

                                                     Films For The Humanities &
                                                     Sciences. A Discovery
Cognitive Psychology                                 Channel Production.

                                                     Films For The Humanities &
                                                     Sciences. A Discovery
Cognitive; Clinical                                  Channel Production.

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                                                           Films For The Humanities &
Social Psychology                                          Sciences                      60 mins.

                                                           Cambridge Educational         33 mins.

                                                           William E. Simon Associates
mental illness, clinical, paranoia, racism,                Inc.

                                                           Films for the Humanities &
making decisions, development of sensation                 Sciences

                                                           Films for the Humanities &
human ear, extraordinary sensual sensitivity in animals    Sciences

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                                                      Films for the Humanities &
human sensory system, five senses                     Sciences

                                                      Films for the Humanities &
                                                      Sciences                     60 mins.

                                                      Films for the Humanities &
                                                      Sciences                     60 mins.

                                                      Films for the Humanities &
                                                      Sciences                     60 mins.

                                               Page 43

Social                                       First Run Features

social, personality                          Jiang Wen

social, personality                          National Geographic Society

                                             Robert Epstein and Richard
social, personality                          Schmiechen

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                                                       Wadsworth, a division of
                                                       Thomson Learning, Inc. Kathy
                                                       Trotter, Ph.D., Michie
                                                       Swartwood, Ph.D., SUNY,
A Multimedia Introduction to Human Development         Cortland

                                                       Meridian Education
Developmental                                          Corporation                    18 mins.

                                                       Films for the Humanities &
BBCS                                                   Sciences

Social Sciences                                        Cambridge Educational           23 minutes

                                                       National Film Board of
Social                                                 Canada                         70 minutes

                                                 Page 45

Developmental                          BBC Video                200 minutes
Social                                 Iowa Public Television   60 minutes

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                                general summary                                     year of production

1. The segment of the video on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome covers features of the
disorder, developmental effects and outlines the connection between alcohol
consumption and the appearance of FAS. 2. The segment on the effects of
smoking covers both long and                                                   1977
This video is an overview of depression and its history, proposed etiology and
treatments. The video plays like a news hour show in that it seems to be an
overview for the general public - how they know if they are depressed, what
they should do, etc. U                                                         1970s

This video shows the progress of John who experiences a brief separation
from his family when his mother goes into hospital to give birth to a new baby.
The development of separation anxiety in its various stages is closely
observed.                                                                          1960s
Part II is a play about the isolation, decrease in self-esteem and loneliness of
an elderly woman living in a home.                                                 1960, 1967

This video shows many of the characteristic symptoms associated with
catatonic schizophrenia, including waxy flexibility and flattened affect, etc.     1960s

This video covers an experiment in which an electrode is placed in a cat's
brain. Neural activity of the cat's brain is observed using the electrode. The
second part of the video looks at experiments made with a cat with an
electrode in its visual corte                                                      1972

This video follows the classic experiment looking at obedience to an authority
figure. Unlike most videos covering this experiment, all of the instructors to the
participants as well as the experiment proper are shown.                           1960s
This video provides footage of experiments with prisms and mirrors that
reverse the perspectives of right and left, up and down. Subjects wear the
prism glasses for five days and the results are presented.
Social psychology related to city life is explored. This video focuses on two
specific behaviors that are observed as a consequence of big city living. The
first pattern of behavior is that of urban distrust. The second experiment
involves the bystande                                                              early 70s
This video looks at learning from a variety of perspectives. Approaches taken
range from species specific behavior and imprinting in the animal world to
conjugate reinforcements and classical conditioning with humans. Operant
conditioning is also covere                                                        1971

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This video explains and outlines the components of sleep research. Individual
steps are explained and illustrated such as the method of attaching electrodes.
The stages of sleep, as recorded by the EEG, are also explained.                     1970s
This video looks at the differential motivation of a very hungry vs. a satiated rat.
The differences in learning that result from the differences in motivation are
observed through experimentation. The drive produced by an electrical shock
is also obser                                                                        1960s
This video follows attachment styles on imprinting of different species of birds
in the first days of life. The video demonstrates the power of the reinforcing
properties of imprinted objects. Ties in the end to attachment theory and the
effects of earl                                                                      1968

This video looks at many of Skinner's basic ideas about personality. the video
focuses on comparing Skinner's ideas with those of other personality theorists
and seeing how he fits in to the big picture. The main ideas addressed include
motivation, emot                                                               1964

This video explores gender stereotypes and their effect on parenting practices,
how gendered behavior is taught and reinforced, e.g., parents, teachers and
peers. The video also explores how gender stereotypes influence personality
development in girls a                                                          1980

This video outlines the stages of cognitive development proposed by Piaget.
Each of the five stages are carefully outlined using examples as well as the
characteristics of stage printed on the screen. Tasks mastered at each of the
stages are highlighted                                                             1960s
Note: (A) is a duplicate of Video #60. (B) This film outlines the research on
rhesus monkeys and attachment experiments. Footage from the experiments
is used with narrative from the experimenter and an interviewer in a mock
interview.                                                                         @1960
This video shows many of Watson's classic experiments with infants. Various
reflexes are explored as well as infants' activity. Finally, Watson's most
famous experiment with little Albert is shown.                                     1919
This video looks at a couple's relationship by going over details of a reenacted
argument (actors). The fight is broken down to show destructive
communication styles.                                                              1960s

This video is concerned with Skinner's world view and more global theory. It
does not focus on specific principles and experiments but rather on Skinner's
broader concepts and his contribution to psychology. Skinner's contribution to
other areas of rese                                                            Early 1970s
This video covers the basics of sleep research. Normal sleep is discussed
including phases of sleep and EEG patterns. Sleep deprivation is also covered
in the first part of the video. The second part of the video looks at sleep
disorders including caus                                                       Early 1980s

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Part I: This segment of the video explores infant development, including what
infants know innately, how infants learn, and how infants grow socially. Part II:
The video on prenatal development outlines how fetuses develop and how the
prenatal environm                                                                 I-80s; II-1974

This video is silent with subtitles and shows the basics of object motion and
transformation. Rotation and depth perception are given a specific focus.         1955

This video follows the story of Kate, a 2 1/2 year old from a stable environment
who is in foster care for 27 days. Observation of Kate's behavior is observed
as her reactions being in foster care progress over the 27 day period. The
video highlights be                                                              1967
This video looks at adolescent suicide as a major problem of society. The
video explores suicide through looking at several case studies showing
different types of suicide stories. Red flags for adolescent suicide are also
outlined, but not explicitly.                                                    1981
The video used experimental footage of slides (b/w) and audio tapes narrated
by Dr. Zimbardo. The video goes through the entire experiment from inception
through completion.

This video explores the nature of human consciousness from a variety of
perspectives. From its beginning looking at mind over matter used by people
practicing yoga, it its more intensive forms on sleep and the effects of drugs
the video looks at concrete                                                       @1970

This video looks at how we perceive three-dimensional motion perception.
Concepts are illustrated using animation. The effects of familiarity and
spontaneous organization are also explored.                                       1971

This video reviews how bees communicate about food sources using specific
dances in the hive. It shows how bees communicate distance from the hive
and the direction of food sources.                                                1983

This series of tapes covers an introduction to cross-cultural psychology. The
first episode provides a general introduction to c-c psychology. The second
episode looks specifically at how perception varies across cultures. The third
episode looks at ho                                                               1979

This video examines the development of the visual cortex. Specific
experiments using sensory deprivation look at how these experiences affect
the kitten's visual cortex and behavior.                                          1973

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This video overviews vision perception and pathways in the brain, motion
(areas of brain & functions) and the interaction between the two. The video
uses experimental footage and computer animation to illustrate neural
functions.                                                                          1984
This video is comprised of an interview with Sandra Diamond. Sandra is a
psychologist who is currently working on her Ph.D. She also has cerebral
palsy. The interviewer asks Sandra what it means to have a disability, and
what is it like to have a disab                                                     1975
This video overviews child development and the child's instrumental use of
play to learn.                                                                      1974
This video provides an interesting re-enactment of a famous case history
(Finnus Gage). The second part of the video uses/follows air traffic controllers,
panic attack victims, to illustrate the study/research of stress and neural,
physiological and beha                                                              1984

This video looks at memory and learning, chiefly from a neurological
perspective using old footage, interviews of amnesiacs, etc., as well as
professionals. Covers many topics (including child cognitive development) and
focuses on case histories and empi                                            1984

On this tape is a second recording of "The Brain Madness video, #122                1984

1. what life is like with a child with a developmental disability is explored
through this video. The video examines the reaction of one family to Gavin,
their son with Down's Syndrome. 2. The second part of this tape explores the
lives of many childr                                                          1970s, 1976

(Tape 2 actually comes first) This video looks at the way that various
companies encourage participation and raise productivity of their employees.
North American Tool and Dye and IBM are two of the companies featured in
the first tape. The McDonald's                                                      1985
This video is an in depth look at language acquisition. It looks specifically at
the ways in which language acquisition occurs. Contrasting theories are
presented including the imitative theory, Noam Chomsky's LAD and
developmental psycholinguistics. T                                                  1985
This video is the first of five tapes from this conference on eating disorders.
The first speaker provides a general introduction to the conference and to
eating disorders. The speaker covers basic definitions, theories about the
determinants of eating,                                                             @1990

Dr. Herzog, a professor in the Faculty of Medicine and the head of the
anorexic/bulimia dept. at a hospital. He speaks about how doctors can detect
anorexia and bulimia. He also addresses the medical complications that result
from anorexia and bulimia.                                                    @1990

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In this video Dr. Galler speaks on the psychobiology of eating generally and
eating disorders specifically. She goes into both the homeostatic and the
nonhomeostatic theories of feeding. Furthermore, the mechanisms for control
of eating are outlined. T                                                    @1990

In this tape Dr. Hsu discusses the etiology, prevalence and outcome of eating
disorders. The classification of eating disorders is covered in some detail as is
the 'labeling' of anorexia and bulimia. Next, prevalence and incidence of the
disorders are c                                                                   1990s

This video includes a discussion of some of the logic behind the creation of the
criteria for eating disorders in the DSM IV. The relationship of eating disorders
to depression and methods of treatment for eating disorders are also covered.
There is spe                                                                      1990s
Dr. Kaplan reviews the predisposing and perpetuating factors of anorexia
nervosa. There is a specific focus on the effects of starvation as perpetuation
of anorexia. Specific physiological changes that accompany starvation are
outlined (e.g., endorphin
The second part of the series on legal issues looks specifically at divorce laws
as an example of our current legal system and society. Issues are addressed
through clips of lawyers talking about their practice and following the court
proceedings involv                                                                late 1980s

This video covers the proceedings used to try people for murder. It includes
the initial discovery of the body, an account of the arrest and the pretrial
investigation. The discussions between the defense attorney and the crown
attorney before the trial                                                        late 1980s

This tape continues where the first part of the series left off. It goes directly
into the trial of Linda Clow. Several witnesses are called through the course of
the trial. Linda Clow also takes the stand and recounts her version of the story.
Before                                                                            late 1980s

This video looks into the world of Lorenz' studies with geese. It looks at the
establishment of imprinting and rank ordering behavior. The film contains
original footage from Lorenz' studies.

This film provides an overview into perception and vision. It uses experimental
footage as well as interviews to cover aspects of the eye and its relation to the
experience of vision or visual perception. The video covers from animal eye to
how humans s                                                                      1986
This video overviews the perception, organs and neuronal response involved
with hearing. The video uses experimental footage/wildlife footage to discuss
human and animal hearing. The video also focuses on damage and
reconstructive technology.                                                        1985

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Dr. Skinner is featured in a video that explores how principles of reinforcement
and behavior modification apply to a business setting. A specific application of
behavior modification principles to Emery Airfreight is covered in detail.       1977

This video looks at the pulls of intoxication and its place in our culture. It goes
on to explore the purpose of intoxication as well as its negative effects. It
explores alternatives to intoxication that may be more adaptive.                    1985
This video follows a typical therapy session using Rational Emotive Therapy.
the therapist helps the client to identify problems and look for possible
situations. the emphasis is on behavioral means of change and faulty
cognitions. the last part of the                                                    1981

This video looks at how the progression of Alzheimer's disease effects family
and sufferer. The focus is the social and societal effects of the disease and its
effect on the people around the sufferer.                                         1986

This video looks at the process of evolution and its relationship to animal
behavior. The video looks closely at the evolution of animal behavior through
the examination of Darwin's theory and observations. The extension of
Darwin's theory to look at an                                                      late 1980s
The video provides an overview into the history of learning research with
animals in and out of the laboratory. It employs reenactments of key
researchers performing important experiments as well as experimental and
wildlife footage.                                                                  1982

This video outlines the evolution and development of the brain from the
beginning of life (single cell) to human sex differences. the video looks at
behavioral differences and neural anatomy/structural differences.                  1987

This video is an outline of memory functions. Its focus is experimental and at
the neuronal level (not much behavioral). This video uses interviews and
experimental footage.                                                              1988
This video overviews development and research strategies of infants'
emotions. Format is interviews of psychologists and psychiatrists as well as
footage from experiments. Touches on development of morality, personality,
emotional attachment, problems,                                                    1987

This video looks at the neuronal effects of addiction as well as the effects "on
the mind". It uses experimental footage, computer graphics/animation (of
neurons) and case histories to look at addiction and recovery.                     1988

Provides a good overview of major mood disorders from a biomedical
perspective. The video focuses on case histories using interview of depressed
people before and after bouts/treatments. The video looks at etiology, drug
and ECT treatments.                                                           1988

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This video overviews the cognitive process of thinking through the combining
of perception and cognition to allow for mental models of complex, abstract,
and fictional thoughts. The video studies the role of the frontal lobe and
difficulties of damage to                                                          1988
The first segment of this video looks at suicide, focusing on one woman's
account of her suicide attempt. The second segment has no sound. the Third
segment focuses on one woman's story of a bout with depression.
Schizophrenics tell their story. Shock
This video consists of clips of other videos. The three clips on this video
address depression, mania and schizophrenia. Depression and mania are
addressed briefly, but schizophrenia is covered in some length.
This video is a reflection on the public's reaction to the book, "The Selfish
Gene". The video looks at the conflict between people choosing to compete or
cooperate. It stresses that unless we learn to cooperate instead of compete,
we will all lose.                                                                  late 80s
This video allows several people with developmental disabilities to talk about
their lives, their struggles and their dreams for the future. Issues included in
the video are job search, extra-curricular activities, independent living and
marriage.                                                                          1990
This video looks at reasons for drug use as well as the history and chemistry of
drugs. It focuses specifically on amphetamines and methamphetamines. The
effects of methamphetamines are also covered in some detail. The use of
different types of methamp                                                         1990
This video looks at the various properties of sound, including frequency and
amplitude as displayed in pitch and loudness. The video goes on to explore
complex sounds and their properties such as beating, fundamentals and
harmonies, and spectrum analysis                                                   1989
This video showcases some of the major considerations that must be
addressed when doing research. Some of the major shortfalls of poorly
conducted research are addressed and illustrated. Poorly constructed
research is contrasted to good research.                                           1989

This video takes a look at the connection between the physiology of the brain
and its effects on behavior. The video begins with a focus on a case study of a
boy who lost a large portion of his brain in an operation for epilepsy. The video
goes on to ex                                                                     1989
This video explores the basic principles of current sleep research. Topics
covered include circadian rhythms, stages of sleep, sleep disorders. Sleep
studies and some of the major road blocks for research are outlined. The
reasons for dreaming are brie                                                     1990
This video looks at the difference between sensation and perception and the
extent to which our perceptions are a reflection of reality. Specific topics
include visual perception, both in its normal and impaired forms. Optical
illusions and the effect o                                                        1989

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This video explores the two main areas of study on learning. The video first
explores classical conditioning historically, with animals, and with humans. the
second part of the video looks at operant conditioning. Dr. Skinner presents
his original expe                                                                1990
This video provides a good overview of memory using examples and
interviews.                                                                      1990
This theory looks at human motivation from the different perspectives of
psychology. Personality as well as sociocultural factors are addressed. Also,
biological influences and intrinsic vs. extrinsic rewards and their relation to
motivation are explore                                                           1990

This video presents gender as a culturally defined concept. It examines how
gender roles and expectations shape relationships. Changes in gender roles
as women become more financially independent are carefully examined. New,
slightly more balanced, rel                                                       1990
This video covers the basics of personality theory. A broad range of
approaches are discussed (e.g., psychoanalytic, behaviorist) but no one theory
is analyzed in any depth. Each of the major perspectives is outlined and
important theorists are mentione                                                  1990
This video uses professional interviews and clinical examples to overview
cognitive development in children. The focus is on Piaget's work and its
resultant criticisms and research.                                                1989
This video uses an interview format to overview development of adolescence.
Interviews of professionals (psychologists mostly) are complemented by
personal accounts.                                                                1990
This video overviews how we define normal and how society/psychology
decides what is to be treated, i.e., depression, panic attacks. the video
overviews assessment and treatment.                                               1990
This video looks at the mystery of schizophrenia. The video includes a
combination of case studies and researchers presenting 'facts about
schizophrenia'. The effects of medications and their limitations are also
explained. Research related to the caus                                           1990
This video presents an overview of three therapy techniques: psychodynamic,
humanist, cognitive-behavioral therapy. Three separate therapists
demonstrate the techniques on the presenting problem. Each therapist
introduces their technique and explains an                                        1990
This video provides an overview of three therapy techniques (group, self help
and family systems). It uses three major case history examples as well as
reflections and interpretations of therapists.                                    1990
This video is an overview of the basic concepts fundamental to social
psychology. Topics addressed include stereotypes, biases and prejudice.
Both theory and experiments are presented to support current knowledge
about these social behaviors. Attributi                                           1990
This video looks at a specific area of social psychology which looks at the
influence of groups on behavior. Specifically, the video looks at conformity to
groups. Obedience to authority figures is also examined. In contrast, dissent
and its types are                                                                 1990
This video looks at some of the current issues in psychology. A group of
psychologists representing the different major areas of psychology discuss
how they view the field of psychology and where it is going as well as where it
has been.                                                                         1990

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Lecture 7 covers a brief overview of major kinds of abnormal behavior. A
special focus is placed on schizophrenia and depression. Lecture 8 looks at
therapy. There is a focus on the common characteristics of therapy.            1990

This video explores schizophrenia from a variety of perspectives. The video
includes projects that help schizophrenics who are homeless. It also includes
a twin study on pairs where only one twin has schizophrenia. The video
alternates between a discus                                                   1990
This video covers the fundamentals of visual perception as it is applied to
everyday life. Concepts are thoroughly explained and key terms are defined.
The video begins by exploring the different ways that we perceive depth. Also
explained is optical f                                                        1980s


This video presents a succession of candid camera snapshots that illustrate
principles of social psychology, including pressure to conform and be
accepted by peers and following socially enforced rules.                       1992

This video covers various speakers commenting on various areas of cross-
cultural psychology. The first speaker looks at the two main perspectives:
Universalism and Relativism and examines their strengths and weaknesses.
The second speaker addresses inte                                              1990s

This video takes an in depth look at MPD. It looks at the widespread
misdiagnosis and the power of therapist suggestion in uncovering this disorder.
Both sides of the argument about MPD are presented, but there is a strong
focus on the damage that misdi                                                  1993
This video looks at a variety of social psychology theories and experiments.
Major topics addressed include leadership style, conformity, and obedience to
people in power. Other classic experiments including the prison study by
Zimbardo; Moriarti's beac                                                       1989

Overview of how memory works and does not work. Uses episodic videoclips,
interviews, etc. to discuss research and theories.                        1993

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this video is a series of minute to minute illustrations of concepts as they relate
to the brain and/or mind. Each module is separate with its own title etc.           1990

This video breaks up the series "the mind" into 1-5 minute 'snipits' of issues
centered around the mind, a variety of topics ranging from mood disorders,
disassociation and immune system functioning. The modules review research
and have interviews with p                                                     1990

This video covers many aspects of what it like to live with dyslexia. The focus
is on people's personal stories about their experience. However, 'facts' and
diagnostic criteria for dyslexia are also covered.                              1995
This video explores the nurture side of the nature/nurture debate. The
common features of the human race the world over are explored as features of
human nature that are biologically based. Traits explored include language,
natural selection, object per                                                   1995

This video studies how the brain processes and learns social cues and
interactions. It also explores children's conception of the mind and social cues.
The biology and neuropsychology of social behavior are examined through the
research of prominent peo                                                         1995
This video explores the meaning of consciousness as the agent of the self.
The self is explored as the creation of consciousness which is viewed as the
creation of the neurochemistry of the brain. Segments of the video include the
development of the sens                                                           1995

This video describes the process of facilitated communication and what it has
done in the field of developmental disabilities. The video describes autism and
the impact of facilitated communication. However, the video also discusses
doubts about facilit                                                            1993

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This program follows the physiological development of the human brain from
conception from the growth of the neurological system in utero, to the moment
of birth, when a wide variety of brain functions is already apparent. The
camera goes on to follow th                                                   1991

This program tells the personal stories of several teenagers who have suffered
from clinical depression, exploring how they became aware of their depression,
the ways their depression affected them, and the steps they took to address
their condition. The                                                                 1996
This program illustrates a range of therapeutic approaches to working with
families in which the child is presenting difficult or disturbed behavior. The
program focuses on a five-year-old boy who is prone to temper tantrums and
aggressive behavior towar                                                            1996
The aim of this program is to examine Piaget's theory and to critically evaluate
it in light of current research. The study of child development in this century
has revolved around Jean Piaget's theories and the program clearly describes
their central th                                                                     1995
The term post-traumatic stress disorder was originally used to describe the
symptoms of Vietnam veterans who came home from the war suffering from
depression and rage. But PTSD is not limited to battlefield vets. Anyone who
has had a deeply traumatic ex                                                        1991





Therapist: Dom DiMattia, Ed.D.34-year-old male with depression and low self-
acceptance.                                                                  1996

Therapist: Albert Ellis, Ph.D. 35-year-old woman dealing with guilt over her
husband's suicide.                                                                   1996
How does the brain create that internal space called consciousness? In this
stimulating program, top names in cognitive science such as Daniel Dennett,
Rodney Brooks, Endel Tulving, and John Searle delve into the mechanics if
consciousness. Using advanced                                                        1999
Can perception be explained in terms of sensation? In this program, the
senses, including proprioception, are described; the Structuralists, Gestalt,
Constuctivist, and Direct Perception theories are critically analyzed, focusing in
bith their strengths a                                                               1999
How do multiple intelligences and different thinking stylews relate to readitional
IQ scores? What role should teacher creativity abd the family play in shaping
student intelligence? In this interview by Phillip Harris, of Phi Delta Kappa,
Robert Sterrnbe                                                                      1999

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Raging hormones. Exploding sexual passion. Rebellion punctuated by tattoos,
pierced lips and unfathomable music. What happens during teen years to
make kids so different? In this fascinationg ABC News Special, John Stossel
talks to a variety of teens and                                                    1999
In this program, Paul Hoffman, editor if DISCOVER MAGAZINE, explores the
controversial issue of language use by apes with primatologist Dr. Sue Savage-
Rumbaugh and Dr. Laura Ann Petitto. The result of Savage-Rumbaugh's 20-
year study with chimpanzees revea                                                  1999
The most basic component of the brain is the neuron and one of the best ways
of studying brain cells at work is to see how they respond to identified events in
the outside world, such as a sight or sound. In this program, we start to
construct a descript                                                               1995

None Given                                                                       1999
Children who have been victims of abuse or other stressful events may exhibit
severe trauma-related symptoms. In this instructive video program, play and
family therapist Eliana Gil elucidates the nature of trauma, how to recognize it
clinically, and how                                                              1998
Based on the true account of Jean Marc-Gaspard Itard, a doctor at the
National Institute For the Deaf and Dumb in Paris, The Wild Child follows the
capture of a young boy who is discovered living like an animal in the forest.
Truggaut himself gives a mem                                                     1970

Are there circumstances in which people would not be held responsible for
their behavior? What can science say, or not say, about our notions of free
will? This episode explores the relationship between brain science and the law.    1988
Part 6 of 6 - Eating Well (30 mins.) - Host Anne Petrie and guests discuss
eating disorders and strategies for eating well without overdoing it and feeling
guilty--Part 1 of 6 - Never Too Thin (30 mins.)                                    1989
(Part 2 of 6) The Diet Deception: This series takes a close look at our weight-
obsessed society, and provides strategies for healthy weight control. (Part 5 of
6) Beyond Dieting: Hosted by two specialists in health care and eating
disorders, this series e                                                           1989
Explore the many complicated processes that shape the journey from infancy
to adolescence. Follow the progression on Childhood and Adolescence: The
Story of Development. This university-level series examines biological,
cognitive, and social development i                                                1989
Explore the many complicated processes that shape the journey from infancy
to adolescence. Follow the progression on Childhood and Adolescence: The
Story of Development. This university-level series examines biological,
cognitive, and social development i                                                1989
Explore the many complicated processes that shape the journey from infancy
to adolescence. Follow the progression on Childhood and Adolescence: The
Story of Development. This university-level series examines biological,
cognitive, and social development i                                                1989
Explore the many complicated processes that shape the journey from infancy
to adolescence. Follow the progression on Childhood and Adolescence: The
Story of Development. This university-level series examines biological,
cognitive, and social development i                                                1989

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The emphasis in this program is on the development of language in babies
and young children. The program follows this development from the first cry of
an infant in the delivery room through that of a seven year old, when language
development is almost c                                                        1995

Teenagers have more stress in their lives than ever before. Divorced parents,
substance abuse, lack of adult supervision, abusive family situations,
unemployment, and a sense that the world may not be getting any better are all
factors that cause many tee                                                          2001
King George III, a vibrant, robust, if eccentric leader, almost 30 years into his
reign. Queen Charlotte, his wife, a devoted and dutiful partner. And their
children--all fifteen of them, including the Prince of Wales and his younger
brother, the Duke o                                                                  1994
Produced by Academy Award winning filmmaker Oliver Stone (Best Picture--
Platoon) and based on the powerful #1 best-selling book, The Joy Luck club
tells the uplifting story of four remarkable friends whose extraordinary lives are
filled with joy and heart                                                            1993
STRESS: Lost in the Jungle (17:27)/Allergic to Living (14:08)
DEPRESSION/DISORDERS: New Mother's Nightmare (15:13)/I Know He's
Out There (14:50)/Secret No More (27:52) GENDER: What are the Differences
Between Men And Women (8:07)/Sexual Harassment in the                                1993
THERAPY: Psychotherapy Under Scrutiny (8:41)/Saying Goodbye Forever
(15:15)/You Can Work It Out (19:21) VIOLENCE AND AGGRESSION:
Motivation: What Causes Crime? (7:50)/Female Gangs--Parts I & II
(9:52)/Pushed to the Edge (44:24)                                                    1993
Performer: Interviewer, Abraham Tesser                                               1994
Non-Verbal Communication, a 45 minute Seminar presented to a live
I. Culture--A. Defining culture B. Values, Attitudes & Belief's C. Cultural
Patterns D. Cross Cultural Communications II. Geert Hofstede's Cultural
Patterns--A. Individualist/Collectivist B. Uncertainty Avoidance C. Power
Distance D. Masculine/Feminine

The APA Psychotherapy Videotape Series III on Behavioral Health and Health
Counseling presents distinguished psychologists illustrating how to work with
patients who have specific problems. Hosted by Jon Carlson, each practical,
informative, and entertaining video provides more than 100 minutes of insight
into the use of specific treatments, including: a provocative discussion between
the host and Dr. Gatchel, the leading expert in pain management; an actual
therapy session with a real client; and a lively question-and-answer exchange
with Dr. Gatchel about the session. Designed for clinical training, this video is
appropriate for workshops or individual study for the professional development
of practicing clinical psychologists, psychotherapists, social workers,
counselors, and graduate psychology students.
Produced by Shan Tam--An award winning documentary film, directed and
written by Karin Lee, "Made in China" looks at adopted children from China by
families in Canada. The children, age 5 - 13, are predominantly girls and are
disarmingly frank and poignan                                                     2000


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Based on the best-selling book - now, experience for yourself the erotic tale of
forbidden love that seduced both critics and audiences nationwide! Tita and
Pedro are passionately in love. But their love is forbidden by an ancient family
tradition. To be near Tita, as the family cook, expresses her passion for Pedro
through preparing delectable dishes. Now, in Tita's kitchen, ordinary spices
become a recipe for passion. Her creations bring on tears of longing, heated
desire or chronic pain - while Tita and Pedro wait for the moment to fulfill their
most hidden pleasures!
W & S Productions & Nanhai Film Co. present a Shirley Sun production of a
Peter Wang film. (English, French & Spanish language subtitles) - The first
American feature filmed in modern China, A Great Wall is a graceful, infectious
and "perceptive comedy of                                                          1986
Trouble is cooking for widower and Master Chef Chu who's about to discover
that no matter how dazzling and delicious his culinary creations might be,
they're no match for sex--especially to his three beautiful and rebellious
daughters! His youngest just l                                                     1994

For almost a decade, Jeff Smith has been demonstrating what pure fun
cooking can be on The Frugal Gourmet, the critically acclaimed and top-rated
PBS television series. Food becomes an adventure as he takes us around the
world and around the corner for all the wonders that the palate can savor.
Jeff's culinary shortcuts and mouth-watering recipes offer fresh insight into
your favorite dishes and let you explore new gastronomic delights.                         1992

Two video tapes. Edward Yang's award-winning masterpiece follows the lives
of NJ Jian, his wife, Min-Min, and their two kids who share their Taipei
apartment with Min-Min's elderly mother. Now in his mid-forties, NJ is a partner
in a computer hardware firm which made big profits last year but which will
soon go bankrupt if it doesn't change direction. Things start to go wrong for the
Jians on the day that Min-Min's brother A-Di gets married. That's the day when
Min-Min's mother suffers a stroke and is rushed to the hospital in a coma from
which she may never awaken. It's also the day when NJ bumps into his
childhood sweetheart, a woman (now married to an American, he hasn't seen
for twenty years. In the following weeks, the entire family will have to re-
evaluate who they are and what their lives have become.                                    1999
What happens when a young businessman gets involved in a marriage of
convenience with a beautiful, penniless student? Nothing much - until the boy's
parents descend on the happy couple determined to celebrate the nuptials in
grand style!…Written by Ang Le                                                    1994
Treading new ground in the field of social psychology, Albert Bandura’s work
has become basic to an understanding of how social forces influence
individuals, small groups and large groups.

From his early BoBo doll experiments through his work with phob                     2003

What do people look for when sizing up others? How do these judgments
influence their conduct? And how far will they go to hit it off? In this program,
Stanford University's Philip Zimbardo, a leading expert in psychological
experimentation, and Mark McDe                                                      2002

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In this program - day two at The Human Zoo - the group is divided into two
separate but distinctly unequal teams in order to study the concept of herd
mentality. In a struggle to reconcile their conflicting loyalties, the subjects make
some hard choices a                                                                  2002

How far will people "go along to get along"? Day three at The Human Zoo finds
yesterday's winning team in command of the losers, a difficult situation that
sparks a bitter clash of wills that ends with the underdogs turning the tables on
their oppressors.                                                                 2002
Clinical depression affects 19 million Americans, of whom two-thirds are
women. This program from The Doctor Is In addresses the good news about
depression: it is a diagnostic and treatable illness. Valerie Davis Raskin, a
therapist and research psychiatr                                                  2000

Increase your understanding of human development from infancy through old
age with this unique series on the psychology of the human life span. Host
David Hartman (formerly of TV's Good Morning America) and eminent
scholars in psychology, biology, anthrop                                           1990

Increase your understanding of human development from infancy through old
age with this unique series on the psychology of the human life span. Host
David Hartman (formerly of TV's Good Morning America) and eminent
scholars in psychology, biology, anthrop                                           1990

To Kill or To Cure is a compelling and controversial look at a problem that's
goes back to Cain's murder of Abel: how should we deal with crime? Filmakers
Josh Freed ("Juggling Dreams") and Jon Kalina ("Technopolis") travel the
globe to look at the most fascinating examples of justice on the planet from the
harsh punishments of China and the Middle East to more merciful methods in
Finland and Japan. At its root the choice is always the same: to crush criminals
or to bring them back into the community? To take revenge or to rehabilitate?
To Kill or To Cure? What can Canadians learn from the world? Written and
directed by Josh Freed and Jon Kalina                                                       2003

Here's the irrestible comedy treat that has critics and audiences cheering all
across America! A middle-aged workaholic's incredibly dull life takes a funny
turn when he signs up for a ballroom dance class just to meet the sexy dance
teacher. But when he finally muscles up the nerve for lessons, he winds up
with a different instructor and her colorfully eccentric class of beginners! And
now he'll have to step lightly -- and do some fancy footwork - if he expects to
keep his new secret passion from his family and friends! You'll love every
minute of this crowd-pleasing motion picture! Written by Masayuki (Japanese
with yellow english subtitles)

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A selection of video clips to accompany Abnormal Psychology, 9th edition, by
Davison, Neale, and Kring: 1. Panic Attacks 2. Body Dysmorphic Disorder 3.
Women and Stress 4. Anorexia 5. Depression 6. Schizophrenia 7. Addiction 8.
Self-Harm 9. Sex Offenders 10. Autism 11. Alzheimer's Disease                                      2004

Working Like Crazy is a fresh look at the struggles and victories of some
former mental health patients who work in businesses owned and run by other
psychiatric survivors. Labelled "unemployable", they have given themselves a
safe space among peers. A place where they can earn an income and rebuild
their lives. Laurie spent years in psychiatric isolation and now runs a courier
business; Diana has transformed rage and family violence into work for the
Ontario Council of Alternative Businesses......                                 1999

As a political act FIX is an urgent and just and heartbreaking film. As a work of
art it expands the known limits of human nature with remarkable portraits.

Anxiety motivates us to get things done, but for some people, anxiety is not a
driver. For many children, anxiety disrupts everyday life, interfering with their
ability to make friends or go to school. Through interviews with experts and
three young people, this compelling documentary outlines the causes,
symptoms and treatments for anxiety disorders and emphasizes the
importance of early identification and intervention. In all of these stories there is
hope. This powerful 3-part series on child and youth mental health sheds light
on the current situation and offers practical tools to understanding the
problems and finding solutions. It captures real family stories, spotlighting the
challenges and breakthroughs. Director: Melanie Wood. Producers: Sharon
Bartlett and Maria LeRose.                                                                         2004

This program provides a basic introduction to the components of the nervous
system. This includes descriptions of: Neurons and neuroglia, the components
of the CNS, the components of the PNS, brain and spinal cord function,
somatic and autonomic nervous system functions, the sympathetic and
parasympathetic divisions of the autonomic nervous system.                         purchased in 2005
This program asks "Was Freud right?" New insights into the brain reveal that
many mental disorders previously believed to be the product of the
environment an dexperience are in fact rooted in biology and chemistry. Will
Prozac and similar behavior-altering drugs replace talk-therapy and the
psychiatrist's couch? Experts featured on this program include: Peter Kramer,
author of Listening to Prozac, Fred Goodwin, former director of the National
Institute of Mental Health; Daniel Weinberg, Director of the National Institute of
Mental Health; and Milton Viederman, Professor of Clinical Psycihatry at
Cornell Univ. Medical College.                                                     ?2005

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Schizophrenia is a neurological brain disorder that affects 2.2 million
Americans today. This program seeks to understand how schizophrenia
touches the lives of patients and their family members while examining the
disease's etiology and pathology. Although there is currently no cure,
schizophrenia is a higly manageable disorder - in fact, its treatment success
rate is comparable to the success rate associated with heart disease.                 2001

"Psychiatry professor and clinical psychologist Kay Redfield Jamison knows all
about bipolar disorder - from the inside out. A patient herself, she is a
nationally recognized expert on that condition at Johns Hopkins University,
shining light into the darkest and most frightening corners of her life for the
benefit of medical science. In this ABC News program, Dr. Jamison - a
MacArthur Fellow and author of An Unquiet Mind, her best-seling memoir, and
Night Falls Fast, her critically acclaimed book on suicide--talks frnakly about
ther experiences with a mental illness that almost claimed her life."                 2001

"Alzheimer's is a disease that affects not only the patient, but all who love and
care for that person as well. This poignant program allows a rare glimpse into
one couple's experience with the fatal illness that tore their life apart, tracking
the mental deterioration of Malcolm Pointon--husband, father, Cambridge
professor, and gifted pianist, diagnosed at only 51 years of age. The
documentary sympathetically yet unflinchingly chronicles Malcolm's descent
into dementia and his wife Barbara's unyielding commitment to be there "in
sickness and in health." Some content may be objectionable."                          2004
"Most Americans readily accept that alcoholism is a disease and that the only
treatment is abstinence. But iin an eye-opening report, ABC News medical
correspondent Nancy Snyderman questions the established beliefs and
conventional theories about drinking, opening the door to a heated and even
hostile debate within the medical and treatment communities. Metabolic,
genetic, and neurochemical models of alcoholism are challenged, and
alternatives to twelve-step programs are considered-although helpful to many,
Alcoholics Anonymous and similar organizations suffer a drop-out rate of 90
percent."                                                                             2004

According to the World Health Organization, depression is the number one
cause of disability in the U.S. today, with an economic cost exceeding $44
billion. What are the symptoms? How do biological, genetic, and psychosocial
factos affect mood-regulating neurotransmitters? And are women at special
risk? In this program, Martin Keller, of the Brown University School of
Medicine, and other experts answer questions about the pathology of
depressive disordres and current treatment options usch as selective serotonin
re-uptake inhibitors, psychotherapy, and electroconvulsive therapy.                   2005

"Why do aromas trigger memories in some and produce colorful images in the
minds of others? In this program, renowened neurologist Dr. Oliver Sacks and
other specialists reveal the beauty and complexity of visual, audial,
chemosensory, and tactile perception. Sense-related phenomena such as
proprioception and applications like a device designed to sniff out dangerous
chemical signatures are examined, along with sensory inability to see motion.
In addition, MIT's robot Cog demonstrates some of the sensory challenges
faced in the development of artifcial intelligence."                                  2003

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"Although humans can make more than 3,000 hand gestures, even the
simplest, according to Desmond Morris, has numerous variations and
interpretations. This program, filmed on five continents, catalogs not only hand
gestures, both friendly and insulting, but facial expressions, head shakes, and
body distance as well--and the misunderstandings that can occur when body
language is transported across cultural lines. Suppression of the body
language is also discussed, along with "nonverbal leakage", in which the
body's language can belie a speaker's words. Some gestures may be
objectionable."                                                                    2004
Chemical addiction is now being treated like a disease, and a cure appears to
be on the horizon. Approaching the topic of heroin, cocaine, alcohol, and
nicotine addiction from a biological perspective, this program features new
research into the meso-limbic reward pathway and efforts to implement
treatments based on that research using Xyban, Naltrexone implnats, and
even a cocaine vaccine.........                                                    2004

Heidi seems the proverbial "all-American girl" from small-town Pulaski,
Tennessee. But she was born Mai Thi Hiep in Danang, Vietnam, the daughter
of an American serviceman and a Vietnamese woman. 7-year-old Heidi was
placed on "Operation Babylift" to the United States. Twenty-two years later
mother and daughter are miraculously reuntied in Danang..........                  2003
Narrated by Gabriel Byrne, this seven-time Best Documentary award-winning
film is the most comprehensive and mind-blowing investigation of humankind's
relationship with death ever captured on film….
"A beautiful and deeply moving protrait of seven Palestinian and Israeli
children. Promises follows the journey of a filmmaker who meets these
children in and around Jerusalem, from a Palestinian refugee camp to an
Israeli settlement in the West Bank….."
"Eating disorders are not just about food, but about the struggle with loss of
emotional control. This program from The Doctor Is In examines the use of
antidepressants and cognitive behavioral therapy to combat these dangerous

"Nicotine, alcohol and gambling -- three very common addictions - are among
the most preventable causes of premature death through illness or suicide in
the US. Some of the medical outcomes of addiction, including lung cancer,
cirrhosis of the liver, and clinical depression, are also discussed."

"For one in ten Americans, depression is a debilitating disease with life-
threatening implications. In this program, host Kat Carney investigates the
causes and symptoms of this frequently misunderstood illness, as well as the
DSM-IV diagnosis criteria and proven treatments including psycotherapy,
behavioral therapy, expressive art therapy, and electroconvulsive therapy.
Bipolar disorder, postpartum depression, and depression induced by life
events such as winning the lottery are also covered, along with advances in
brain imaging and pharmaceutical research. "

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This program investigates the mind's remarkable ability to recognize people, to
make sense of their expressions and body language, to perceive what they
may be thinking, and then--if the moment seems right--to charm them. Viewers
will discover why first impressions are so important, what happens when they
"click" with someone, how to tell if a smile is genuine, and why a party is one of
the most demanding and complex situations humans will ever face. The story
of a couple attempting to win over their respective in-laws-to-be is featured.
Original BBCW broadcast title: Making Friends.                                        2004
Emotional abuse, fits of jealousy, and the use of physical force have no place
in a healthy romantic or friendly relationship. This enlightening program offers
teenagers practical approaches to nurturing healthy behavior in themselves
and in others. Experts offer guidelines for dealing with specific dating or
friendship problems and for handling peer pressure, which often leads to poor
choices in teen relationships. Tips for ending unhealthy relationships are
included as well.                                                                     2004
"The classic debate between two giants in the mental health field. Two
internationally renowned authorities debate a topic of crucial importance.
During an exciting, provocative encounter, in their own inimitable and dynamic
styles, Dr. Ellis and Dr. Szasz also briefly exchange views on a variety of topics
in addition to mental illness."                                                       1977
"Intelligence is not a requisite for survival, but being sensate is--plants are
sensitive to light, moisture, and temperature. Lacking a brain, plants can react
but not think, a function reserved to animals, who do make decisions and most
often use their senses in making them. This program looks at the development
of sensation, from the primitive sensitivity of a simple organism to the
sophistication of perception in the human, and it ,looks at both the scientists
and the philosophers who have contributed to our understanding of what the
sense are."                                                                           2007

"Like photometers, microphones, compasses, and smoke detectors, sense
organs have the task of detecting physical energy or the chemical nature of
substances; and, like man-made instruments, the quality of their performance
depends on their sensitivity to weak signals and their ability to provide accurate
information over a wide range of intensity of stimulation. They also have a
problem of internal noise: distinguishing genuine but weak signals from
random false acdtivity within the organ. This program looks at the extremem
sensitivity of the rods in the human eye; examines the limits of sensitivity of the
human ear; looks at some examples of extraordinary sensual sensitivity in
animals, and analyzes how the human senses analyze and discriminate
between signals over wide operaating ranges and then transmit their
messages along the rathe rlow-quality cables constituted by the nerve fibers
connecting them to the brain."

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"The five senses which are our window on th eworld, which give us all of our
sensory experiences, depend on just four types of detector cells--sensitive to
chemical substances, to light, to temperature change, and to mechanical
distortion. However, the human sensory system provides information about
only a small fraction of the forms of energy and chemical events around us.
THi sprogram looks at some of the sensory experiences of animals that
humans can glimpse only through physical instruments of detection and
measurement: rattlesnakes use infrared detector organs to sense the position
of their warm prey; many insects can sense the plane of polarization of ight;
bats use ultrasound echo-location to guide thier flight; many fishes have
electric field organs; and bacteria and birds have magnetic sense. Animals
appear to have the senses they need in order to survive."
Without a map or an intimate knowledge of the area, human beings are not
very good at finding their way around; our senses alone are not enough to
enable us to navigate or explore very efficiently. Other animals, however,
perform extraordinary feats of navigation, relying on a battery of sensory skills--
salmon searching for their home stream, pigeons flying to their roost, migrating
birds, and foraging fish. This program looks at the mechanisms that regulate
stability in space, the ability to detect the direction of gravity and angular
rotation in any plane, the body clock, and proprioception--the detection of the
position of joints, the lengths of muscles, and the relationships of all parts of
the body.                                                                             2007

Our senses are fighting a constant battle against too much information.
Because of their great sensitivity and the very broad range of intensity over
which they work, sense organs and the nerves that transmit their messages to
the brain have developed tricks of detection and coding, detecting changes
and differences rather than the absolute value of the physical stimulus. The
retina, for example, transmits little information about uniform areas of light;
most messages from the eye are concerned with changes in the intensity of
light at the edges of objects, and in signals that change with time. This explains
why eyes are constantly in motion, why moving objects are usually easier to
see than stationary ones, and why some animals are virtually blind if nothing
around them moves. However, interpreting the meaning of messages about
difference and change depends on memory of the preceding signals; and in
other instances, senses dealing with stimuli that don't often change must relay
absolute and not just relative information.                                           2007

The brain--the "Enchanted Loom," as Sir Charles Sherrington, one of the
founders of modern brain research, called it--is the most intricate, almost
unfathomably complex product of evolution. It is a tapestry woven of a hundred
billion threads--the fibers of all its nerve cells. Computers have large memories
and prodigious abilities to calculate, but are slow at interpreting visual images
that the human brain recognizes at a glance. This program looks at the range
of sensory information that is transmitted to the human cerebral cortex, and
examines how the brain sorts and classifies sensory information, searching for
clues and interpreting them on the basis of expectation, past experience, and
information from other sources. The senses provide the information, and the
brain provides the meaning.                                                           2005

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5 Disc Set: "Starting in 1964 with Seven Up, The UP Series has explored this
Jesuit maxim. The original concept was to interview 14 children from diverse
backgrounds from all over England, asking them about their lives and their
dreams for the future. Every seven years, renowned director Michael Apted, a
researcher for Seven Up, has been back to talk to the same subjects,
examining the progression of their lives. From cab driver Tony to East End
schoolmates Jackie, Lynn and Susan and the heart-breaking Neil, we see, as
they enter their 40s, how close these subjects are to realizing their ambitions. "

"This dark comedy from director Jiang Wen takes a fresh look at life under
occupation at the end of WWII. Jian Wen also stars as ma Dasan, a peasant
who, one night at gunpoint, is compelled to shelter two prisoners. One is a
captured Japanese soldier who wants to be killed and the other is his Chinese
interpreter who wants to stay alive. As the days turn into months, Ma Dasan
and his fellow villagers keep their unwanted guests hidden from the Japanese
forces, while deciding whether or not to execute them. The film's rich, bold
cinematography is matched only by its approach to the subject matter, which,
in turn, attracted the unwanted attention of the Chinese censors who ultimately
banned it from Chinese screens."

Two Disc Set: Disc 1: Episode 1: Out of Eden and Episode 2: Conquest. Disc
2: Episode 3: Into the Tropics. "Based on the Pulitizer Prize-winning best seller
by Jared Diamond, Guns, Germs and Steel explores the fascinating
connections between geography, technology and global human development.
Hosted by the author himself, this extraordinary series spans 13,000 years of
struggle and conquest. From early social and agricultural innovations in "Out of
Eden," to the role of weapons and disease in "Conquest," to the modern
interplay of geography and resources in "into the Tropics," it's a gripping,
sometimes controversial detective story revealing how human history may
have been shaped by our access to Guns, Gerrms, and Steel."
"this is the dramatic and moving story of the first openly gay person elected to
political office in California - from his triumphant grass-roots campaign to his
brutal assassination one year later by fellow San Francisco city supervisor Dan
White. These events, and the "Twinkie defense" trial that followed, united an
entire city - first in mourning, and then in violent rage. A story of communties
and values in conflict, told with humor and compassion, this gripping film
buiolds to its climax with the intensity and inevitability of classic tragedy. And
ultimately, when the fires die down, it is a life-affirming testament to courage
and hope."

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CD-ROM exploring the major developmental milestones from conception to
death through seven interactive Learning Modules: Prenatal Development,
Birth, and the Newborn; Infancy and Toddlerhood; Early and Middle Adulthood;
Adolescence; Early and Middle Adulthood; Late Adulthood; Death, Dying, and
Bereavement. Each Learning Module explores physical and cognitive
development, language development, learning, personality development, social-
emotional, and moral development. Each Learning Module features narrated
concept overviews with key terms highlighted in red, explanatory art and
videos, critical thinking applications, drag-and-drop games for review of key
terms and conepts, section quizzes, and a final test. Lifespan also features a
video selector, multimedia glossary, and links to the Internet for further study.   2004

Parents and caregivers not only need to nurture the physical and intellectual
development of young children, but their emotional development as well. Each
stage of emotional development provides children with opportunities to explore
new feelings as they grow. This timeless program focuses on the importance
of emotional education during the various stages of childhood development
and explains how caregivers and parents can monitor this vital growth.              2004
the pace of life has greatly increased, and the escalation of chronic stress is
costing people their health, relationships, and careers. In this program, an
immunologist, a psychiatrist, and a mental skills coach lay bare the symptoms
of chronic stress, the negative impact on the body of continual exposure to
adrenalin and cortisol, and biological and psychological factors that influence
vulnerability to overstressing. ...........
Using psychology as its primary medium, this series thoroughly explores
qualitative and quantitative research methods used in a wide range of
disciplines. Hosted and narrated by students, each program demonstrates the
ins and outs of testing hypotheses, preparing experiments, and analyzing data -
while improving knowledge of terms and concepts essential to examination

Will Diane Charron ever be free? She began a life sentence behind bars in
1981 when she was entangled in a friend's act of revenge and ended up
stabbing a stranger to death. She had just turned 19. We follow the story of
Diane's life, from her own testimony and that of corrections officers, prison
case-workers and psychiatrists. Many show remarkable sympathy and
affection for a troubled woman whose early life was marked by abuse. Diane
was placed in foster care with an abusive alcoholic when she was ony 18
months old, a misery that ended only at age 13. Diane has been shuttled back
and forth between various prisons and psychiatric hospitals--a personal hell,
yet she is hopeful about the future. "Sentenced to Life" asks serious questions
about prisoners with mental health problems. Some subtitles.                        2003

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Join John Cleese (Monty Python alum, star of A Fish Called Wanda, Professor-
at-Large at Cornell University, and best-selling author on psychology) in this
innovative exploration of the human face. Can a mathematical template tell you
whether you are beautiful or not? How can you know if someone is lying? Do
caricatures show us how we really see each other? Among dozens of experts,
celebrities, and everyday people, we meet casting director Mali Finn as she
tries to pick out the next famous face. Jim Cooke tells us about losing the
ability to recognize faces. With the help of a team of doctors, a little girl smiles
for the first time. Combining comedy sketches and serious interviews, Cleese
is joined by Elizabeth Hurley (the Austin Powers films), Michael Palin (Monty
Python's Flying Circus), Prunella Scales (Fawlty Towers), Pierce Brosnan (The
World is Not Enough) and Candice Bergen (Murphy Brown), among others.                  2001
First, 300 Hasidic Jews moved to Postville, Iowa - a town of 1,500                     2001
where pigs outnumbered people three to one - to open a kosher meat
processing plant. Then they hired hundreds Mexican immigrants to work
in the plant. This Iowa Public Television producti on surveys the
range of reactions by Postville's residents to multiculturalism,
diversity and the changing nature of American society. Produced,
written and directed by Nikki Tundel; narrated by Paul Berge. Closed

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0010-0207: Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. (a) 0010
Introduction; (b) 0020 Features of FAS & Effects,
comparison of behavior between normal and FAS
development; (c) 0085 Relation to Alcohol
Consumption; (d) 0135 Recent Advances - effects of
moderate alcohol con

0002-0092: Introduction - famous people who were
depressive. History of depression theology. Definition
of depression and explanation; genetics.

0006-0103: John 17 months - introduction. Initial
separation from parents; father's visit.
1. 0008-0313. 0008-0086: Introduction - activity in
retirement, case examples

0013-0030: Introduction - Stuporous Catatonia -

0010-0015: Recording from single neurons, description
of a cat's brain.

0010-0130: Initial 'informing' of the participants -
Stanley Milgram

0006-0032: Introduction

0036-0337: Introduction

0012-0040: Introduction.

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0006-0034: Introduction. Stages of sleep; sleep
research - instruments.

0010-0112: Introduction - experimental design and
apparatus. Experiment - hungry vs. satiated rats and
learning; lever pressed for food.

0101-0040: Introduction - birds species, I.e., Barnigal

0006-0090: Introduction - History and career, evaluation
of Freudian theory - unconscious.

0012-0053: Introduction. Stereotypes of gender roles.

0008-0027: Introduction

(A) Introduction - Summary of Piaget (Part 1). See
Video #60.

0014-0267: Grasping reflex; Babinski reflex; Nursing
reflex; defensive reflexes

0003-0058: Couple fighting

0008-0095: 0008 Introduction - B.F. Skinner, Operant
Conditioning and Behavior Modification. 0024 History of
Behaviorism/Psychology. 0052 Skinner's work -
reinforcement, shaping.

0005-0044: Introduction - primary physician's role in the
treatment of sleep disorders

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0006-0230 PART I: 0006 Introduction; 0013 Definition
of Development and Learning; 0030 Nature vs. nurture
debate; 0069 Learning processes; 0093 Attachment;
0124 Object permanence; 0173 Sensory Learning; 0190
Independent Locomotion; 0208 Language acquisi
0014-0071: Motions and nonmotions; complex pattern -
6 types of motion; elastic motion - perspective
formation; continuous transformations.

0013-0052: Introduction

0007-0029: Introduction - teenage suicide
0002-0133: Introduction to famous experiment - the
pick up of prisoners - raison d'être of experiment. Prep
of subjects - population and subject design

0007-0091: Introduction. New Delhi - experiment with
yoga (mind over matter); controlling the body's need for

0009-0100: Animated figures are shown on the screen -

0005-0041: Introductory comments; beehive and
observing bees in the honeycomb; sugar solution is
given and bees are observed.

Episode I: 0008-0380 what is C-C Psychology -
Introduction, comparison to general psychology;
definition; goal of C-C psychology, 'testing' our laws and
generalizations in other cultures, looking at family types
and new experiences/knowledge, integratin

0005-0017: Introduction - visual cortex of a kitten.

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0003-0103: Introduction - perception/vision.
Vision/blindness - vision mimicked by touch. What is
vision - the eye.

0005-0059: Introduction - Sandra Diamond
0002-0084: Introduction; uses of play - definition. Play
and school. Piaget on play

0001-0031: Introduction, anxiety and stress

0007-0150. 0007 Introduction. 0061 Where are
memories Stored? (Karl Lashley's experiments). 0084
Penfield - temporal lobe (old footage). 0127 Chemical
processes of memory - cell assembly (Hebb)

0008-0158: Introduction - difference between animals
and man - divided cerebral cortex. Cortex - what is it?
Two halves of brain. Dr. Gestchler - specialization of
half. Corpus callosum - lack thereof - case history.

 0015-1029 PART I. 0015 Sharing the experience with
Gavin - Introduction. 0045 Gavin's birth. 0208 Early life
with Gavin, doubts and fears, bonding. 0295 Getting to
know Gavin as a person, grandparents reactions. 0443
Pilot parents. 0500 Plans for

Tape 1, Part II (30 mins). 0016-0101: Employee
participation in companies - DANA corp. cont'd. 0101-
0396: More companies attempting to increase
productivity; company in the tool and dye industry;
honesty, encouraging participation and taking risks. 039

0012-0190: Introduction. Stages of language

0009-0192: Dr. Lucas - Introduction. Anorexia
Nervosa; history of eating disorders; stereotypes about
eating disorders

0016-0122: Introduction by Dr. Herzog; morbidity and
mortality rates, symptoms and detection of bulimia and

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0014-0152: Dr. Janina Galler - psychobiology and
eating disorders. Determinants of eating.

0010-0292: Introduction - Dr. Hsu on forms of eating
disorders. Compare and contrast anorexia and bulimia;
subtypes of anorexia and common features; bulimia
nervosa and subtypes. Atypical eating disorders.

0022-0191: Introduction - Dr. Halmi, Director of Eating
Disorders program at Cornell. Problem of classification;
discrete categories or continuum.

0010-0065: Dr. Kaplan - introduction.

0013-0332: Introduction - 'til death do us part. Divorce

0018-0060: Introduction - the trail of a murderer, Linda

0008-0126: Introduction - part 2 of Regina vs. Clow.
Review of the previous tape and details of the case.

0026-0055: Introduction

0011-0256: Introduction to vision and perception;
neuronal picture

0007-0264: Introduction. Soundscape - animal hearing.
Evolution, hearing and technology. Language.

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0029-0097: Introduction - B.F. Skinner's principles
applied to business

0008-0250: Introduction - reasons for drinking.

0027-0185: Identification of the problem. Identification
of thoughts and possible ways of changing.

0019-0464: Introduction - lost Alzheimer's patient.
Effects on family - support group, first signs/diagnosis.
As disease progresses - still talking to patients and
family. Effects on patient in society. Patient interview.
Support networks - family.

0018-0122: Introduction

0010-0401: Introduction - A question of learning.
Nature - inherent vs. learning. Pavlov's research with
dogs. Conditioned reflexes in nature.
0026-0093: Introduction. 0094-0132: Socializing
influences from childhood - no biological makeup. 0133-
0208: Beginning of life - primordial - single cells through
to sex. 0209-0239: Natural selection.

0020-0233: Introduction. Dr. Lynch - speaking on
memory growth "making and breaking". Dr. Brown -
video recording of synapse in rat brains.

0020-0059: Introduction - Emotional difficulties of
parenting; emotions in learning (Dr. Tronic -
0010-0259: How drugs work on receptors (neuro).
Natural recurring morphine in brain (Dr. Kosterlitz).
Tranquilizers - prescription. Benzodiazipines and

0028-0124: Introduction - mood disorders. Manic
depressive - case history.

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0029-0328: Introduction - thought. Nature of thought -
models of the world.

0006-323: Suicide - recording of time before suicide for
one woman; 'red flags'. (152-323 - no sound)

0007-0079: Depression

0007-0140: Introduction - The Selfish Gene. Right and
left wing reactions to the book.

0002-0102: Introduction - David, a man with Down's

0017-0139: Volume 1: Introduction -
Methamphetamines. People describe reasons for

0018-0090: Introduction and explanation.

0046-0126: Introduction - good and bad research

0011-0307: Introduction to series. Introduction to
biology - police recruits. Nervous system -
communication network. The Nervous System - Dr.
Schiebel - neurobiological evolution. Central nervous
system and peripheral (somatic) nervous system. Auto

0049-0318: Introduction - Guy. Had an operation taking
out part of his brain; suffered a stroke at birth; operation
to deal with acute epilepsy.

0050-0180: Introduction

0045-0144: Introduction - sensation vs. perception

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0043-0136: Introduction. Classical conditioning

0015-0191: Introduction. Definition and interview.

0055-0130: Introduction - question of motivation.
Motives and diversity.

0020-0058: Introduction.

0053-0077: Introduction
0014-0136: Introduction - cognitive development
(definition). Introduction - Piaget's stages (professional

0012-0259: Introduction - What is adolescence?
Puberty - physical, sexual, self image

0012-0131: Introduction - series. Introduction "what is
normal" - case histories - depression, panic

0048-0212: Introduction - Jeff, a man with

0025-0150: Introduction: Presenting problems

0013-0077: Introduction - different kinds of therapy

0045-0098: Introduction and definitions.

0014-0130: Introduction

0020-0080: Introduction and introductions

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LECTURE 7: (0025-2844) Varieties of Abnormal
Behavior. Definitions. Schizophrenia - responses to the
Rorschach Test; perceptual difficulties (experiment on
hearing voices). Disordered thought and schizophrenia.
Depression - prevalent rates; symptoms

0028-0091: Introduction

0065-0192: Introduction - perception. Depth

0058-3490: 0058 - Introduction. 0260 - face the rear.
0500 - Ice cream. 0903 - art expert reverses views.
1398 - Picketing everything with nothing. 1616 - don't
walk on the black squares. 1746 - don't eat light. 1808 -
lie for my alibi. 2168 - De

0035-695: Universalism vs. relativism. Effect of
postmodernism - constructivism. A priori universalism.

0086-0243: Introduction

0079-0300: Introduction - Social Psychology

0067-0180: Introduction. 0181-0230: Ability of memory
0016-1026: MODULE 17: REM sleep and dreaming;
function (Hobson); dream research - rhythm and REM
state; REM sleep in womb; states of awareness -
chemical theory of dreams - switch in pons; benzene -
answers in dream. 1032-1345: MODULE 18: Short

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0040-0515: MODULE 1: Language ape vs. human;
Goodall - tool use; chimps and war/social grooming;
language. 0516-0843: MODULE 2: Endorphins; effect
of drugs on brain; neurotransmitters like morphine.

0031-0320: MODULE 21: Hypnotic dissociation and
pain relief; meditation to control pain from arthritis
(Spiegel); brain wave research. 0321-0691: MODULE
22: Depressants and their addictive effect on the brain;
tranquilizers - benzodiazapines and alco

0028-0201: Introduction. A young boy and an old man
discuss their experiences with dyslexia. Description of
dyslexia and outline - more people describe their

0030-0397: Introduction - cultural diversity and
similarity. Our common roots and universals - language
- LADs.

0035-0133: Introduction. 0133-0329: Conflict and
humanity's innate sociability. History of social
interaction; adapting biological social brain to today's

0027-0334: Introduction - definition of the self and link
to consciousness. History, culture and definitions of the
soul and self; mirror self-recognition test

0031-0308: Introduction to autism. Facilitated
communication and its contribution.

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Heroin: The New High School High (Turning Point,
3/6/97) (39:08 mins)

Little Beauties (20/20, 1/17/97) (7:25 min)

New Mother's Nightmare (20/20, 8/2/91) (15:13 min)
So angry you could die (20/20, 7/1/94) (11:24 min)

Why girls lose self-esteem in their teens (World News
Tonight/American Agenda, 4/27/93) (5:07 min)

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Spanish with yellow english subtitles

Beyond Candid Camera, beyond Survivor, lies The
Human Zoo, a reality-based experiment that tracks the
behavior of 12 subjects isolated in a country house in
Britain's Lake District. In this compelling three-part
series, teams of psychologists conduct and

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Beyond Candid Camera, beyond Survivor, lies The
Human Zoo, a reality-based experiment that tracks the
behavior of 12 subjects isolated in a country house in
Britain's Lake District. In this compelling three-part
series, teams of psychologists conduct and

Beyond Candid Camera, beyond Survivor, lies The
Human Zoo, a reality-based experiment that tracks the
behavior of 12 subjects isolated in a country house in
Britain's Lake District. In this compelling three-part
series, teams of psychologists conduct and

Program 1: Infancy and Early Childhood (Conception to
Age 6) The series begins with the first years of life -
exploring the early influences of the biological and social
clocks, how children develop their unique view of the
world, and how they gain the co

After a period of childhood growth in which we
concentrate on learning the skills and information critical
to our culture, a dramatic move of the biological clock
brings on puberty. This program examines the formative
years before and during adolescence a

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0220-0510: Women Smokers. (a) 0220 Introduction;
(b) 0250 Physiological Effects of Smoking; (c) 0285
Long term effects of smoking; (d) 0309 Effects on
unborn children; (e) 0345 Lung cancer; (f) 0389 Quit
smoking programs; (g) 0472 Effects of quitting; (

0093-0229: Drug therapy (case history); lithium and
manic depression; problems with drug use - dosage and
drug type.

0103-0131: Day 1 - problems dealing with other
children in the nursery but no distress on first day.

0087-0199: Volunteer work - school, community center

0030-0045: 3 catatonic patients without stimulation

0015-0146. PART I. 0015 Electrode application to a
cat's brain; 0070 Care of cat during experiment,
monitoring vitals, etc; 0078 Experiment - isolating an
impulse from a neuron; 0124 Structure of visual cortex.

0130-0166: The initial parts of the experiment is
skipped; subjects are shown after 25 volts; incompliant

0033-0046: Early childhood - feeling and seeing

0337-0458: Concept of overload in city environment

0040-0108: Species specific behavior - ringbilled gull;
supernormal stimuli. Hess on imprinting.

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0034-0097: Attaching electrodes and hooking them up;
the different channels and what they record. Eye
112-0178: Satiated animal given a drive to perform
(shock); shock trial - new response (turns wheel);
generalization (fear response); social response to shock

0041-0056: Social attachment in birds, social behavior

0090-0235: Views on motivation, rate of response,
needs, conditioned reinforcers; emotions, autonomic

0053-0096: Stereotypes held by parents of newborns,
parents' descriptions of newborns.

0027-0065: Piaget's stages and concepts as the
underlying feature of higher thinking.

2097: (B) Introduction. Monkey deprived of mother

0267-0386: Forearm measurements and handedness

0059-0078: Why do marriages fail? Power struggle,
anger/problem solving

0095-00212: 0095 Dr. Charles Ferster, "the power of
behaviorism". Skinner's description of behaviorism, a
lecture. An interview with Skinner - behaviorism and
culture. 0183 Reactions to Skinner's 'Operant Society' -
enlightened self-interest, the prac

0044-0072: Tour of the Sleep Lab and introduction to

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0245-0487 PART II: 0245 Introduction; 0257 Prenatal
environment and Dr. Bernard Towers on genetics vs.
environmental effects; 0292 Biology of fetal
development; 0318 Effects of mother's lifestyle on fetal
development, prenatal malnutrition; 0408 Develop

0071-0100: Nonperspective transformation

0052-0330: (week 1) 0052 Kate, 2 years 5 months.
Description of Kate's environment and her relationship
with her parents; to be separated from mother during
mother's delivery of a second baby. 0101: 2nd and 3rd
days - dolls to express feelings, fine

0029-0119: Michael - 18 years old
0133-0266: Counts - 2:30 am - assertion of authority,
assumption of rules. Rebellion and reaction of guards.
Prisoner 5401 - ring leader
0091-0266: The brain and evolution - neural
transmission in the brain; neonatal research of
premature babies in France; sleep patterns. Dr.
Dahlstrom, Sweden - neurotransmitters; drugs and their
effect of neurotransmitters; Dr. Jourst, France - waking
0100-0239: Lights/people illusion. (auditory track
begins at 0117). Three dimensional motion perception -
two and three dimensional perception; perception of
motion in three dimensions.

0041-0201: Food places set up away from the hive,
bees dancing on the honeycomb; close food source
dance - the round dance; food placed 80m away round
dance varied to waggle, direction of waggle and food
source relative to the sun.

Episode II: 0015-0382 perception across cultures -
Introduction; Vision - native 'extrasensory' ability, visual
acuity in specific situations; perception and intelligence
(Rivers); Illusion susceptibility as a tool for studying C-C
perception; Why does

0017-0036: Experiment - change in visual cortex by
covering one eye.

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0104-0172: Visual cortex - encoding Dr. De Valo's. Dr.
Hubel & Viegal - primary visual cortex experiment,

0059-0140: Why have been considered a vegetable?
Sandra's department.
0085-0099: Abstract ideas - mathematical discoveries
through play
0049-0216: Gage story. Normal systems, pain signals,
morphine/endorphins. Dr. Edward Williams - behavioral
effects. Emotional control, judgment, long term effects.
Conclusion of Gage story.

0156-0290: 0156 Cognitive development of child at
cellular level. 0185 Chicken embryo research (Dr.
Chargeux). 0225 Forgetting/childhood memories. 0258
Development of memory/progression through aging.

0159-0289: Verbal information - development of
language. Areas for language - Brocca - catscan of
Ja'S' brain. Case history - stroke - Dr. Geschwind.
Werneke's area.

1029-13927 PART II: 1029 First Steps - Introduction
and background information on mental retardation.
1105 Definition of Down's Syndrome and retardation
due to prenatal anoxia (Ivy and Holly). 1183 Elaine -
baby with Down's. 1249 First steps.

Tape 2, Part I (60 mins). 0020-0099: Introduction -
restructuring American business
0190-0485: Theories of language acquisition.
Chomsky challenges imitative theory; LADs.
Developmental linguistics - intonation and early
language, crying.

0192-0266: Symptoms of anorexia; psychology of

0122-0706: Physical examination of anorexic patients.
Medical complications - cardiac changes; hematological
changes (mild anemia, leukopenia); gastrointestinal
changes; renal abnormalities; skeletal abnormalities;
other symptoms (amenorhea, low FSH and

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0152-0509: Homeostatic model of feeding -
physiological set points. Behavioral model incorporated
into the homeostatic model. Nonhomeostatic theories;
impact of environment and behavioral factors.
0292-0509: Are they eating disorders? Descriptive
point of view; appetite disorder; weight disorder; weight
control disorder? Do they occur on a continuum or are
they discrete disorders? Similarities and dissimilarities
in clinical features.

0191-0416: Criteria for developing DSM IV - anorexia;
assessment of body image/body attitudes; refusal to
maintain body weight; hypothalamic function; subtyping
of anorexia and bulimia.

0065-0151: Predisposing factors for anorexia nervosa;
psychological, biological, family and cultural factors -

0332-0526: contrast our culture to that of earlier times;
changes in divorce law

0060-0245: Discovery of the murder and police
investigation. First interview
0126-0748: Witnesses. Mr. Ghents - neighbor of the
victim; questions from crown attorney and then defense.
Ann Wemp - calling of a voir dire. Mrs. Shay - sister of
Linda Clow's boyfriend; questions from crown and
defense. Mrs. Carter - sister of the

0055-0164: Lorenz/ study with geese; imprinting

0257-0494: Bats, bees, snakes, etc. Interview with Dr.
Gregory - the evolution of vision.

0265-0409: Hearing damage - loud noises. Sound -
nature of - amplitude and frequency

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0097-0226: Dr. Skinner responds to his critics.
Definition of behaviorism, conditioning, punishment

0250-0540: History of intoxication; role of intoxication in
our culture. Purpose of intoxication; negative effects.

0185-0548: Reasons for lack of action to change.
Identification of behaviors that might help - family
patterns; changing conditioning - new cognitions.

0465-0689: Middle stage of Alzheimer's. Management
of money, legalities. Treatments/frustration. Sexual

0122-0540: Darwin's experiments with apes - ape
expressions and emotions; The Origin of the Species,
natural selection and survival of the fittest. Evolution of
behavior; law of evolution of animal behavior; fighting
behavior; courtship behavior - sexua

0402-0738: Clever Hans

0240-0289: Reproduction investment. 0290-0339:
psychological differences.
0233-0532: Short term memory (stages of memory);
memory strategies. Memory strategies. Dr McGraw -
rat experiments with hormones. Aging and decline.
Context - state dependent memory. Childhood
0333-0489: Emotional
unresponsiveness/disengagement; Research on
institutionalized children (Dr. Spitz); early intervention
and diagnosis (child psychiatrist)

0260-0470: Physiology of withdrawal/feelings.
Dependencies - environmental context.

0172-0288: Nature of depression. Interview with
depressed patients. Case history.

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0329-0787: Social life - complex situations (chess
analogy - problem solving). Perception and cognition.
Abstract ideals/fictions.

0323-0455: Depression - a woman's account of an
episode of major depression; drug treatment

0079-0215: Mania

0140-0440: Social cooperation among animals. Selfish
genes and altruism - reciprocal altruism; strategy -
competition vs. cooperation

0102-0364: Doug - Perinatal and Postnatal anoxia -
wants to move out

0139-0490: History of the Drug - use as a stimulant and
the army; use as a weight loss drug; birth as a street
drug in the 60s; cocaine and ice

0090-0436: Pure tone - frequency variations.
Amplitude and fluctuation. Pitch & cycles per second.
Frequency discrimination. Amplitude and loudness.

0126-0367: Studies on autism - poor research;
attribution of cause to poor parenting; small N, lack of
random selection, no controls, etc.

0308-0338: Cultural values - conflict

0318-0501: Description of the brain and its parts;
relation between physiology and function.

0108-0301: Circadian rhythm changes. Need for sleep
and age. Sleep rhythms and stages of sleep.

0144-0285: Visual perception and its importance.
Computer 'vision'. Binocular disparity and monocular

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0136-0199: Pavlov's contribution - applications of
classical conditioning
0192-1289: Hormones, adrenalin. Neural cell
explanation; computer model

0130-0281: Biological influences - Eyesenk -
introversion/extroversion sensation seeking; goals.

0058-0147: Clips of various couples on their theory of
relationships that work. Expectations about intimacy for
men and women.
0077-0181: Human nature, style and specific behaviors,
etc. Theories of personality. questions that drive
personality; contrast of approaches to answering

0137-0556: Four stages from sensory motor to formal
operational. Object permanence, conservation.
0260-0499: Sexual attitudes and behavior - parents'
reaction; conflict with adults - individuation; egocentrism;
imaginary audience

0132-0318: Definition of normal - significant deviation.
DSM-III-R. Problems with DSM-III-R - labeling.

0212-0324: Mary - not very reactive to medication

0151-0410: Psychodynamic therapists - explanation.
Therapy session. Conscious/unconscious level.

0078-0358: Group therapy

0098-0241: Stereotypes - why do we have them;
function and dysfunction

0130-0288: Conformity - experiment (Ash); Effects of
development on conformity

0080-0242: TV and its effect on children (brief); impact
of various areas of psychology; social, cognitive,
developmental neuro psychology

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LECTURE 8: (2850-4560) Psychopathology and
Treatment. Introduction, psychotherapy. Types of
therapy and similarities between different types of
therapy; Frank - 4 common characteristics. Freudian
therapy - unconscious; dream work; Freudian slips; fre

0091-0270: Program in New York for helping the
homeless with schizophrenia - Project Reach Out
0192-0563: Anatomy of the eye and depth perception.
Accommodation and convergence. Stereopsis - retinal
disparity. 0470: Secondary depth cues/pictorial depth

0704-1134: Intercultural interactions; increasing
effectiveness. Ethnocentrism vs. cultural relativism.

0243-1158: process of multiple personality disorder.
Dr. Ross - MPD inpatient clinic. Parry Sound MPD
epidemic - power of suggestion. Dr. Alt - a number of
women feel they have been misdiagnosed.

0300-0665: Negative influences of social power. Hitler -
leaders and followers (Kurt Lewin); leadership styles
and group dynamics
0231-0389: Eye witness testimony - case history
examples. 0390-0450: Memory stages - acquisition,
retention, retrieval
 MODULE 19: Hebb, Penfield. Brain surface
stimulation. today's conclusions - storage of memory
(Cohen/Lynch). 2100-2915: MODULE 20: The
hippocamus and memory. Emotion and memory -
amygadala and hippocampus - damage - amnesia;
brain damage - laying

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0844-1338: MODULE 3: Pleasure centers in brain;
electrode in pleasure centers/pleasure and drugs;
addictive potential of drugs; dopamine circuit; effects of
different drugs (morphine, cocaine). 1339-1844:
MODULE 4: The frontal lobe and cognitive func

0692-1129: MODULE 23: Alcohol addition - hereditary
factors; pattern of hereditary drinking; research - deficits
in alcoholics - respond to new stimulus (p3 waves); test
of young boys of alcoholics. 1137-1937: MODULE 24:
Life without memory - the cas

0201-0373: Confusion and school experiences -
parents describe their perspective.

0397-0569: William's Syndrome - low IQ, but normal
language and social skills. Salk Institute.

0329-0532: Basic social skills - discussion with person
who has lost the ability to recognize faces. 0532-0686:
Infant skills at recognizing faces.

0334-0707: The brain (e.g., taste) - representations.
The brain's construction of the self - sleep as a loss of

0308-0547: Doubts about facilitated communication - is
facilitated communication really the autistic person
facilitating? Support for both sides of the argument.
Facilitated Communication Conference.

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Junior High (Prime Time Live, 3/19/97) (11:00 min)
Journey to Tragedy - Joel Steinberg Case (Prime Time
Live, 4/2/97) (20:38 min)
Free from Silence (Prime Time Live, 1/23/92) (17:45
Winning (Nightline 2/18/94) (9:00 min)

Nike recruits young athletes (World News Sunday,
4/3/94) (4:27 min)

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0229-0330: Expression/impulse monitor; shock therapy,
convulsive therapy; ECT - damage, diagnosis problems.

0131-0165: Day 2 - John does not receive much
attention from the nurses; father's visit - John fights his
father's departure.

0200-0299: Perceptions of the elderly

0045-0090: Begins talking to patients

0146-0244: PART II. 0146 Experiment - electrode
recording impulses from the optic nerve (response to
flashes of light, response to stationary flashing spot, on
and off responses, mapping receptive fields); 0236
Function of lateral inhibition.

0166-0198: New teacher

0047-0101: Mirror prism - left and right reversal

0458-0635: Experiment on urban distrust

0108-0131: Conjugate reinforcement with infants; 'how
Francis learns' - classical conditioning.

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0097-0174: Sleep stages

0178-0191: Summary

0057-0095: Lerenz experiment - imprinting

0235-0427: Neuropsychology - too much focus on the
internal. Perception and Cognitive Psychology -
reactions to work on visual illusions, EEG and specific
music responses too limiting. Learning/conditioning -
Pavlovian conditioning, contiguity vs. cont

0096-0192: Mothers' and fathers' treatment of infants,
how children learn to play (Eleanor Maccoby and Dr.
Carol Jacklin)

0065-0322: Learning as a means of forming concepts:
5 stages. (1) 0075 Sensori-motor stage - object
permanence; (2) 0120 Pre-conceptual stage - language;
(3) 0215 Intuitive stage - categorization; (4) 2062
Concrete operations - measurement; (5) 0295 For

2164: Measures of love - Rhesus monkey

0386-0496: Swimming reflex; blinking; head steadiness

0079-0109: Reenacting/looking at fight; character
assassination, sarcasm; clouded issues/kitchen sink

0212-0364: 0212 Waldon 2 - Dr. Keller. Perspectives
on Skinner's contribution. Skinner's contribution the
field of education, diverse applications of Skinner's
theory. 0320 Behavior modification as a treatment for

0072-0243: Normal sleep - REM and the sleep cycle,
studies of sleep deprivation

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0100-0130: Patterns and shapes; depth perception

0330-0664: (week 2) 0330 8th day and second week -
minor toileting accidents, distracted and uninterested in
play, anger at father during occasional visits, cried when
father left. 0452: 9th day - expresses desire to see her
mother but during visit is

0119-0200: Anna - 16 years old, attempted suicide

0267-0318: Prisoner - released - mental problems.
Visiting hours.

9266-0368: Memory - Montreal Neurological Institute -
brain surgery; learning in rats.

0239-0268: Effects of familiarity; spontaneous

0201-0285: How honey followers follow the dancer,
number of waggle runs per unit of time indicates
distance; survey of distance and dance

Episode III: 0005-0380 Introduction - Cognition across
cultures. Problems of studying cognition cross-culturally
- ethnocentrism; assumption of universality; direction of
development; level of cognition; organization. Specific
skills/cognitive style/i

0036-0051: Orientation detection.

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0173-0279: Pattern recognition, contours. Upside down

0140-0203: Sandra's experience with a fire; doctor's
reluctance to work on Sandra's injuries.

0100-0134: Child as egocentric
0217-0343: Chemical changes, effect on behavior.
Animal kingdom "fight or flight". Chemical releases of
stress (air traffic controller). Cultural effects overrule -
rat experiments.
0291-0425: 0291 Secretion of hormones and memory
(emotion). 0313 Amnesic patients. 0337
Hippocampus/maintenance of new memory. 0385
Processing of learning - neuronal connections. 0409 Dr
Hebb - brain cells lost?

0290-0359: Spatial ability. Stroke victim - recognizing
faces, testing prosa tecnosia. Cat scan prosa tecnosia.

0099-0648: Walt Disney World - training program,
personal responsibility, employees understanding their

0485-0611: Cry analysis (Dr Lester); fussy precrying -
experimentation with sounds.

0266-0349: Determinants of eating; biologic, social and

0772-0990: Effects of purging - dehydration; muscle
weakness and related symptoms; gastrointestinal
changes; dental problems; laxative abuse and diuretic

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0509-1002: Mechanisms for control. Peripheral
mechanisms; central mechanisms. Brain and
neurotransmitters - tryptophan and seratonin.

0509-0581: Are anorexia and bulimia mood disorders?

0416-603: Classification of bulimia; contrast to binge
eating disorder; frequency of bingeing. Psychological
criteria for bulimia; morbid fear of getting fat;
suggestibility - heterogeneousness of the disorder.

0151-0355: Initiation of diet and pathway to pathology.
Perpetuating factors - starvation effects. Minnesota

0526-0736: A day in the life of a lawyer; what makes a
good lawyer

0216-0884: Appearance in provincial court - preliminary
inquiry. First witness, Ms. Wemp. Second witness,
nameless male. The neighbor of the deceased. Fourth
witness, Mrs. Shay - sister of Linda Clow's boyfriend;
apparently heard a confession from Li

0755-0870: Lawyer for the defense - personal details;
preparation for the next day of trial. Crown attorney -
personal profile; preparation for the trial.

0164-0320: Experiment on imprinting - geese imprint on
a human

0495-1635: Effects of perception. The retina.
Consistencies/expectancies. Motion. Visual illusions.
Blind sight experiment (Tony Marselle). Different visual
systems, conscious and unconscious). Binocular vision.
Artificial vision computers.

0440-0620: Fish - lateral line, swim bladder. Land
animals/mammals - transduction

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0375-0632: Ways of implementing behavior
modification techniques. Edward Feeney - specific
application of behavior modification at Emery Airfreight,
feedback and positive reinforcement (praise)
0540-0808: A different approach to intoxication; states
of awareness - 'high' - central to the human experience;
findings 'highs' without drugs (music, theatre, exercise,
religion, nature)

0548-0996: 'Education' on changing cognitions;
rehearsing the internal dialogue.

0690-1111: Effects of caregivers/support groups.
Group home consideration. Need for escape (walking)
vs. restraint. Structure/repetitive routine.

0540-0634: Human facial expressions and emotion;
facial expressions of apes and other animals; mental

0739-1104: Thordike's mazes, puzzle box. Law of
effect. Use of mazes with rats.

0340-0483: Rat brain cross section - hormone effects
on brain. 0484-0527: Song birds - courting ritual
reversing sex brain. 0528-0659: Rhesus monkeys.

0533-0878: Impairment - NA case study; memory
storages (Dr. Thompson - rabbit experiment).
Procedural/skill memory. Storage and retrieval at neural
levels (LTP).

0631-0963: Cultural context (family); research
techniques, intrinsic emotional response

0471-0692: Genetic vulnerability - heroin/alcoholism.
Brain deficits in alcoholics (Dr. Begleiter)

0371-0908: Manic depression - association - support
group. Mania - definition. Etiology of manic depression.
Family example - depression from childhood.

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0788-1235: Damage - stroke - frontal lobe injury case
(Dr. Weinberger). Prefrontal lobotomy (old patient
footage). forethought/planning - frontal lobe integration.
Uses of frontal lobe and evolution.

0455-0624: Schizophrenia - a man describes his
experience; schizophrenia generally. A woman tells her
story of living with schizophrenia.
0215-0883: Steve, schizophrenia (this portion is from
Tape #217) - talks about delusions, hallucinations, and
other symptoms.

0440-0714: Combining competition & cooperation;
Prisoner's Dilemma game

0364-0682: Person who wants to get married and found
a job (doing a placement)

0490-0690: Chemistry of amphetamine compounds
and different types of amphetamine and
methamphetamine; ways of using methamphetamines

0436-0664: Complex sounds, beating, fundamentals
and harmonics, harmonics and timbre.

0517-0620: Research on eyewitness recall

0339-0795: The brain - Dr. Woody - neuron
communication/cell anatomy/synapse.
Neurotransmitters (Case history - Parkinson's).
Catecholemines - dopamine - etiology - loss of
inhibition. L-dopa - drug Rx

0501-0771: Left brain/right brain; intra hemisphere
transfers; research on split brain patients - modularity

0301-0383: Sleep disorders

0285-0395: Visual processing - receptors and unified

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0199-0377: Humans and classical conditioning -
leukemia and chemotherapy; systematic desensitization
0444-0709: Memory retrieval. Amnesia studies - case
study of "NA". Alzheimer's disease.

0512-0622: Reinforcement. Cognitions and
Perceptions - Attribution theory.

0147-0229: Exchange theory

0181-0363: Freudian theory - the basics. Criticism of
Freud (Jung, Horney, Adler)

0557-0686: Criticisms. Memory question?

0500-0604: Peer group

0319-0540: Depression. Assessment of depression.
Treatment - drugs, cognitive therapy.

0324-0430: Theories of schizophrenia - genetics; stress
as a factor; vulnerability model

0411-0595: Humanistic therapist - explanation. Therapy
session. Process of growth and development.

0359-0462: Therapist reflection

0490-0621: Experiment on development of prejudice;
creation of groups and resulting biases; reducing
prejudice - common goals, must work together.

0288-0426: Obedience - military orders; Milgram's
experiments (teacher/learner)
0242-0754: How psychology is more refined than
common sense; causation and correlation; effects of
societal expectations on the field of psychology;
reactionism in psychology

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0270-0628: Schizophrenia - definition and explanation.
Parent of schizophrenics. Twin study - introduction.
Symptoms. Studying the lymphocytes of twin pairs
where one twin has schizophrenia; separating the
genetic from the nongenetic aspects of schiz

0563-0951: Extra information provided by motion.
Objects in motion; perceiver in motion - motion parmlax.
Optical flow and speed perception.

1134 - 1660: Style and manner as a source of
misunderstandings - same speaker. Carlisle - silence in
native Americans.

1158-1623: Kamloops BC - families split apart by an
MPD diagnosis; therapist, Louise Edwards. Geraldo -
media coverage of MPD. 'Cybil' linking MPD to child
abuse. Back to clinic.

0746-1043: Milgram's teacher/learner experiment

0451-0513: Photo biased memory/unconscious transfer.

2920-3641: MODULE 21: Learning as a synaptic
charge; process of learning in rat brains - growing and
paring down of connections; Hebb - steady loss of brain
cells; Lynch - learning - biological trail, electricity charge;
implications of research - ethic

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1929-2096: MODULE 5: EEG measuring awake
brain/finger pressing response; mental model. 2097-
2449: MODULE 6: Language processing in the brain;
PET scan - single word - brain areas.

1947-2170: MODULE 25: Infant speech sound
discrimination; (Werker) when infants lose ability to
discriminate other languages - critical period. 2178-
2380: MODULE 26: Language predisposition; (Kuhl)
perception of language and sound, discriminate and ca

0373-0530: Definition of dyslexia and symptoms.

0569-0734: Motherese - Dr. Anne Fernald

0686-0954: Cues from eye gaze and expression -
understanding other people's minds and emotions; false
belief experiment; theory of mind mechanism. 0954-
1158: Relation of biology to social skills - reading facial
expressions; Lie-detection using facial c

0707-1094: The Cartesian Theatre - the modular brain;
brain injuries as a means of studying consciousness
0547-0825: Doubts about facilitated communication -
allegations about abuse. Are allegations coming from
the children? Double blind test; seems facilitator is
communicating; message passing test; also leads to
conclusion that facilitator is the author

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What Happened to our Son? (20/20, 1/3/97) (14:10 min)

Random Acts of Violence (Nightline, 1/16/97) (7:45 min)
Depression Prozac (World News Tonight/American
Agenda, 8/24/94) (4:20 min)
You have to be perfect (20/20, 4/9/93) (10:11 min)

Effects of TV violence on children's behavior (World
News Tonight/American Agenda, 6/30/93) (4:50 min)

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0318-0478: Symptoms of depression; suicide (statistics
and research); danger signs; who gets depressed (male
vs. female); childhood depression; alcohol and

0165-0194: Day 3 - more subdued behavior - cuddles
up with teddy bear; father's visit brings him alive.

0300-0313: Conclusions

0090-0148: Interview repeated a few minutes later

0255--0417: PART III. 0255 Cortical cells, no change in
general illumination; 0292 Simple cells, response to
flashing bars, on and off areas are elongated; 0327
Response to a moving bar; 0345 Complex cells,
response to a moving bar, direction and orient

0198-0273: Signs of discomfort and debriefing;
measures and procedure during the experiment.

0102-0150: Up and down reversal

0635-0890: Bystander problem - Latine and Darling
'Fire' experiment

0101-0255: Operant conditioning; an example of
shaping; operant conditioning and reinforcers;
developmentally delayed children

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0174-0187: Link between physiology and dreaming.
Concluding questions.

0096-0141: Inanimate object experiment.

0427-0548 Punishment vs. negative reinforcement -
aversive control and its negative effects, responsibility
for actions, changing behavior control. Extinction vs.
Incompatible behavior - power of positive reinforcers.

0192-0309: How preschool teachers propagate gender
stereotypes ( Dr. Jan Morantz Conner and Dr. Lisa
Serbin). How teachers deal with aggression in boys and
girls, ways for boys and girls to get attention.

0322-0383: Universality of Stages (for order but not age
ranges). Influence of experience, children who
transcend Piaget's stages.

2229: Dr. Harlowe's experiment using "substitute

0496-0582: Activity of hands; reaching

0110-0166: Communication defects - body language

0364-0487: 0364 Contributions of Skinner's work to
sociology and family functioning. Advantages of positive
reinforcement rather than punishment. 0435 Behavior
modification applied to marriage counseling;
reinforcement for fear reduction at the dentist

0243-0368: Sleep disorders - 3 causes of sleep
disruptions; enuresis

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0152-0219: Part 2 - experiments with rotation.

0644-0908: (week 3) 0644 18th day - Kate ends visit
with father. 0707 16th day - difficulty containing
feelings. 0735 Polite visit with mother but seems
anxious, later, aggressive verbalization against mother,
distanced from father during visit. 0832

0200-0282: Contributors to adolescent suicide. Sherry -
15 years old, two suicide attempts

0318-0379: Escape rumor. Colleague intervention.
Reaction to rumor; harassment increases

0368-0476: Microelectrodes - recording nerve impulses
(Dr. Eccles); Brain control of motor movement -
cerebellum and skilled movements.

0285-0298: Summary and conclusions.

Episode IV: 0008-0372 Introduction- Personality and
social behavior across cultures. Culture and personality
- modal personality, national character. Evidence for
variation of social behaviors across cultures; conformity -
tight vs. loose societies.

0051-0118: Controlled experiments - keep kitten in
dark, then expose to specific stimulus; problems with
visual-motor coordination.

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0280-0363: Higher visual areas - striate cortex/etc &
pathways. Grandmother cells, inferior temporal lobe.
Perception - tying all together.

0203-0482: Was there a time when you realized that
some people consider you less than human? What
does being human mean?
0135-0186: Growing plants; poetry/rhyming; taste

0344-0469: Need for control, predictability; 0373 effects
of prolonged stress on neurotransmitters/body (locus
cerellius, norapenophon)

0426-0522: 0426 Rat brain/electricity experiment (Dr.
Lynch). 0460 experiment - hippocampus neural
transplants. 0496 Human amnesiacs experiment
0360-0461: Environmental effects on brain
development. Japanese 2 forms of writing/language.
Culture & development/language processing; Dr.
Tsunodia - experiments. Aboriginal culture - spatial
skills; Dr. Kearius.

0648-0904: Stu Leonard - grocery stores; anticipating
the customer's needs, focus groups talking to
customers, suggestion boxes

0611-0786: University of Surrey - Mother/infant
communication; infant's response to changes in speech

0349-0410: Abnormal eating patterns; cause and

0990-1172: Diagnosis and typical history - initial test
battery; treatment - outpatient/hospitalization.

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1002-1234: Ontogony of eating. Physiologic control of
infant feeding patterns; effects of early sucking or later
feeding patters.

0581-0779: Prevalence and incidence - ways of
assessing, e.g. questionnaire, case register; Crisp's
study in public and private schools.

0613-0714: Relationship of depression to eating
disorders; link to starvation effects.

0355-0594: Physiologic changes with starvation -
endorphin levels and related research. Summary of
endorphin theory and possible drug therapy.

0736-1254: Custody cases - Anne-Marie Perron. The
drama of family law - finding facts - another custody

0884-0941: Meeting between the crown and the
defense attorneys about witnesses

0870-1515: Linda Clow called to the stand; questions
from crown. Break for Lunch. Cross-examination by
crown continued.

0320-0482: Identification of foster parents by boot
pattern; social hierarchy in geese - rank order.

1636-2001: Grouping principles. Single cell
experiments. Combining of elements into a pictures.
Shape recognition.
0621-0958: Hearing testing - frequency sensitivity.
Interaural time difference, sound localization. Bats -
echo location - middle ear reflex (in humans too).
Sounds for communication - monkey calls.

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0632-0775: Schedule of reinforcement, application to
diverse areas, other reinforcers

0808-1057: Characteristics of the state of intoxication;
perception of time and light, etc., changes in emotional

0996-1084: Client practices internal dialogue to
contradict negative self-perceptions

1112-1146: Terminal phase of Alzheimer's

0634-0951: Morgan - beaver cognition; beaver dams;
the limitations of Morgan's conclusions are also
1105-1279: John Watson's bird experiments. 1280-
1421: Rat experiment - habit resistant. 1364-1422:
Skinner box. 1423-1492: Variable reward schedule -

0560-0679: Humans - evolution - hunters and gatherers.
0680-0717: Aggressiveness

0879-0938: Brain models

0964-1066: Coding face/facial expression

0693-0917: Emotional aspects, depression/cravings.
A.A. Resisting triggers. Experiment - exposed to

0909-1174: Treatment - drugs, brain cell
neurotransmitter explanation. Support group - suicide
ideation (case history).

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1236-1411: Rhesus monkey - keep information in mind -
experiment. Development of frontal lobe in children.
Connections to other centers in brain. EEG systems lab
- experiments - finger pressure task.

0624-0744: Shock therapy for severe depression.

0714-0931: The tragedy of the commons - overgrazing
common land. Ecological problems as a result of
individual selfishness.

0682-0736: More severe handicaps - concluding

0690-1002: Effects - users describe their experiences;
speed dreams; athetasis; coming down from the drug
and blackouts; lack of sleep and food; psychosis

0664-0826: 3-hone compound; non-harmonic

0620-1023: Geiselman & Fisher - the cognitive
interview - experiment. Review of methodology and

0796-0966: Dr. Bloom - computer images of
neurotransmitters in rat's brains - mapping of

0771-0930: Gender differences in brain structure;
relationship to aging; differences in ability?

0383-0528: Sleep studies - EEG, etc. Blocks to sleep

0395-0557: Visual impairment - strobismus - crossed
exes; depth perception - binocular vision.

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0377-0528: Thorndyke and Skinner - Operant
conditioning - pigeons; reinforcement schedules;

0710-0814: Plasticity of the brain.

0622-0858: Emotion - intervene between thought and
actions. Play and curiosity - intrinsic motivation in
leisure activity; culture and socialization.
0229-0729: Gender identity and gender roles - gender
as a culturally defined concept. Gender roles in
relationships - the effect of the patriarchy on intimate
relationships; changing gender roles; gender roles and
child rearing.

0363-0444: Watson and behaviorists

0684-0868: Person permanence. Cultural influences.

0605-0682: Cognitive development - abstract and
creative thinking

0541-0780: Dr. Strickland - experiment - physiological

0598-0653: Dopamine transmission in the basal ganglia

0596-0934: Cognitive-behavioral therapist -
explanation. Therapy session. Collaborative

0463-0735: Family systems therapy

0621-0836: Attribution theory - fundamental attribution

0426-0572: Dissent - different types of dissent with
Milgram's experiment; polite dissent vs. angry dissent.

0754-0835: The preschool controversy and public

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0628-0805: David - a paranoid schizophrenic with
Project Reach Out

0951-1132: Virtual reality - virtual environment work
station (VEW). VEW system applied to medicine.

1660-2314: Cross-race face recognition phenomenon;
effects of attitudes (racism); effect of experience; verbal
categories; elaboration of processing.

1623-2072: Does memory work the way that MPD
suggests? Dr. Loftus; Dr. Ross - the widespread
possibilities for MPD. Hypnosis and suggestion - link to
MPD. Is MPD created in therapy?

1043-1111: Fundamental attribution error

0514-0628: Eye witness experiments/memory exp
(hypnosis). 0629-0724: Hypnosis expert interview

4125-4914: MODULE 23: Sexual preference - a
hormonal possibility; women with active testicles, case
study; effect of hormones on brain - estrogen; gender
differences in brains - hormones; stress in pregnant rats
- connections to homosexuality? Homosexua

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2450-2526: MODULE 7: Prenatal development;
neuronal tube/gliae cells, axons. 2627-2877: MODULE
8: Fetal Alcohol Syndrome; brain damage; autopsy of
FAS child.

2385-2704: MODULE 27: Human language - signed
and spoken; (Bellugi) gesturing - mode and language
structure; lights to joints experiments; (Neville) brain
differences - hemisphere processing of language. 2708-
3125: MODULE 28: Animal language; wildlif

0530-0795: Difficulty of detection for teachers -
reactionary behavior and relationship to criminal

0734-1120: Natural selection - Alfred Russell Wallace
and Charles Darwin - the evolution of the human brain.

1158-1276: Experiment - Charlie and the four sweets -
using eye gaze to detect intent, autism.
1094-1355: Paul Ekman - mapping connections
between neurochemistry, facial expression and
emotions. Sense of self- hypnosis, multiple personality
disorder, introspection.

0825-0870: Other tests of facilitated communication - at
schools; double blind test, no correct responses

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When Yes Means No (20/20, 3/28/97) (12:59 min)

The Heaven's Gate (Nightline, 3/28/97) (10:06 min)

Schizophrenia (Prime Time Live, 12/2/93) (13:24 min)
Born or Bred (Prime Time Live, 12/19/91) (14:01 min)

The secrets of staying together (20/20, 2/12/93) (17:27

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0479-0571: Mental health research; monkey
experiment; Grief

0194-0258: Day 4 - attempts to interact with Nurse
Mary; in afternoon John becomes demanding of
attention; doesn't eat and cries at bedtime.

2. 0314-0509: Play about an elderly woman

0148-0152: Conclusion

0425-end. PART IV. Development of the visual cortex.
See video #101.

0273-0521: Postexperimental questionnaire;
predictions vs. reality; a teacher who continues to the

0151-0154: Conclusion

0890-1165: Experiment - multiple bystanders witness a
staged theft

0255-0275: Pigeons discrimination training - showcase
on reinforcement

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0142-0158: Isolation imprinting experiment

0548-0637: Teaching machines - shaping and
scheduling; reinforcers used by teachers - social
reinforcers, 'being right'.

0309-0567: Personality development of boys and girls
(Dr. Jeanne Block). Observation of a 'typical' family and
how they differentially treat their boys and girls and its
impact on personality development.

2507: Experiment 2 - Frighten monkey.

0582-0689: Play and manipulation; crawling

0167-0211: Control issues/patterns of arguments

0487-0520: Skinner on the use of reinforces rather than
punishers - applied to autistic children.

0368-0416: Somnambulism

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0219-0225: Conclusion

0908-1108: (week 3) 0908 23rd day - no longer hides
feelings, secure in foster family. 1050 27th day - upset
and thrilled at promise of going home, vomits and
doesn't accept that she is going home.

0282-0377: Michael, continued

0379-0431: Priest - legal aid; reality and conflict. Break
down of prisoner - conformity.

0476-0593: Emotions as motivators; Dr. Harlow -
monkey attachment patterns and play; parental roles.
Sexuality and gendered behavior - sex hormones; PMS;
hypothalamus and drives.

Episode V: 0011-0381 Introduction - Culture change
and multiculturalism, acculturation. Course of
acculturation - contact, conflict/crisis period, adaptation.
Types of adaptations - questions for the nondominant
group; integration vs. assimilation; se

0118-0130: Summary effects of early experience on
brain development.

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0364-0423: Movement - introduction. Intersection
between vision and movement. Simple movement -
reflexes, walking.

0482-0562: Is there any condition that is not worth the
effort of attempting to save a person's life?

0187-0213: Independence and intellectual growth

0470-0508: Exhaustion - erratic behavior inhibition
(GABA); 0492 benzodiozapenes

0523-0684: 0523 Skill memory. 0540 Short term
memory strategies. 0582 Amnesiac subject general.
0657 Hebb- cell assembly theory

0462-0545: Gender difference. Left vs. right
handedness, an effect of sex hormones. Woman with

0904-1567: 3M - responding to customer needs;
allowing people bootlegging for new experiments, post-it
notes; buying up small companies and entrepreneurs,
laser disks

0786-0905: What is language - syntax, semantics, and

0410-0544: Treatment of anorexia nervosa;
developmental changes and eating disorders; infant
eating patterns

1173-1237: When is hospitalization indicated?

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1234-1349: Effects of early nutrition on later behavior.

0779-1090: Etiology - SES and race. Anorexia -
increase in prevalence? Usefulness of theories;
sociocultural theory; Garn & Clark study - triceps
skinfolds; gendered effects and race effects

0714-1221: Arguments to continue diagnosis of eating
disorders as discrete entity; therapy techniques, use of
medication (antidepressants, sedatives;
anticonvulsants, etc.); evaluation of specific drugs.

0594-0743: Norepinephrine - relation to depressed
mood and fat levels.

1257-1498: Disagreements over finances; family law

0941-0993: Conclusion of preliminary hearing

1515-1674: Defense and crown address the jury

0482-0542: Geese regain their independence.

2002-2235: Newborns - blank tablet?

0959-1192: Human Language. Decreases with age
(progressive hearing loss). Loud sounds - effect on
inner ear. Understanding speech

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0775-0795: Conclusion

1057=-1559: How is the state of intoxication achieved
naturally (people, sex, nature, cathedrals -
transcendence); what does it feel like? (mysticism)

1084-1146: Internal and external blocks to change -
homework assignment.

0951-1514: Roumanis - dog intelligence; friendship with
Darwin - theory of mental evolution; nerve systems in
jellyfish; starfish and brittle stars, sea urchins
movement; cats and direction finding abilities (poor
success); tales of intelligent conduct;

1493-1511: Blank slate theory. 1512-1559: Zoologists -
inheritance. 1560-1758: William Thorpe - bird songs.

0718-01767: Hormone experiments. 0768-0866: MRI -
brain differences. 0867-0936: Implications.

0939-0991: Memory strategies

1067-1984: Environment vs. temperament; visual
cliff/fear of heights; social influence on emotions;
sympathy and empathy, distress.

0918-1229: Self help de-tox. "Coke-enders" program -
case history.

1175-1563: Understanding psychiatric disorder -
psychiatrist with mood disorder (case history). Mary
severely depressed/suicide/psychosis (case history).
ECT treatment. After Rx - ECT, drugs, support groups.

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1412-1434: mental models

0744-0960: Panic - a man and his wife discuss the
initial episode of a panic attack and subsequent panic
attacks; drug treatment.

0931-1056: The law of the jungle - social behavior:
cheats, suckers and grudgers

1002-1108: Animal experiments - differences of
methods of using and environment; being on the street;
coming down

0826-0876: Spectrum analysis (Fourier Analysis)

1023-1060: Conclusions.

0967-1056: History - humors and personality (theories
of personality). Effects of environment and experience
on brain (Conclusion)

0930-1047: The effects of enriched environments on
brain development.

0528-0704: PET scans and possibilities; dreaming.
Freud's interpretation of dreams.

0557-0787: Optical illusions; bottom up vs. top down
processing; effects of emotions on perceptions.

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0528-0770: Applications - training guide dogs to 'help'
dogs; training retrieval
0805-1034: Selectivity; eye witness testimony.
Suggestibility. Effects of stress

0858-0987: variety of motivators and career choice;
intrinsic motivation and career change.

0729-0942: Divorce and redefining relationships;
second marriages

0444-0481: Social Learning theorists - Bandura

0869-0936: Emotions contribute to cognitive
experience; attachment theories, social interaction.

0683-0750: Parental conflicts and relationships

0781-1029: Anxiety attacks. Treatment/behavioral

0635-0970: Treatment programs - stress deduction and
social skills training; life skills training; problem solving;
family therapy

0935-1005: Eclectic approach

0736-1051: Self help therapy

0836-0971: Social roles and their effects on beliefs and
behavior; prison study - Zimbardo

0572-0671: Changes in military training to promote
dissent; social consequences of dissent.

0835-1058: Things to remember

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0805-1198: Historical treatments for schizophrenia -
lobotomies - Justin/Stanley. Psychological approaches
to schizophrenic treatment; psychoanalytic treatment

1132-1442: Vestibular system - object recognition.
Applications of hypergravity experiences; infrared
imaging system in helicopters.

2314-2344: Break in tape

2072-2256: Dr. Ross revisited - satanic personal ties
and rebuttal.

1111-1584: The power of the situation - identity - prison
study - Zimbardo

0725-771: Collective memory

4935-10604: MODULE 25: Schizophrenia - case
history - behavioral effects, mood, etc; definition;
institutionalized schizophrenics (chronic). 10613-11259:
MODULE 26: Schizophrenia - etiology; Drs. Scheibel,
Weinberger, Torrey - effects of schizophreni

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2878-3071: MODULE 9: Capabilities of newborns;
premature babies - experiments - sucking. 3072-3421:
MODULE 10: Infant cognitive development (Kagan);
experiment - how brain recognizes new information;
habituation experiment (Cohen).

3127-3346: MODULE 29: Language and culture;
emergencies of language - Creole (Bickerton); "pigeon" -
critical age for grammar. 3350-3686: MODULE 30:
Mood disorders - mania and depression; case history -
bipolar disorder, definitions; difference betwe

0795-1118: Help for dyslexia and assessment.

1120-1233: Object Permanence - Dr Baillorgeon. 1233-
1342: Mental Maps. 1342-1489: Mind Mapping - Dr.
Demasio, University of Iowa

1276-1489: Williams syndrome - heightened social
knowledge; comparison to autism; brain basis of theory
of mind; neurological damage to social cognition
1355-1500: Natural selection and its effect on our self-
perception. Francis Crick - perception and
consciousness; consciousness as some way of binding
sensory input

0870-1157: Reactions to research. Naturalistic testing
and response to early research - people who continue to
believe in facilitated communication. The skeptic's point
of view.

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Pushover Parents (20/20, 1/3/97) (13:48 min)
Balboa Park - Pedophiles (Prime Time Live, 3/28/97)
(12:31 min)

The rift between blacks and Jews (Nightline, 3/3/94)
(20:20 min)

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0572-0620: Non-clinical depression? When to see

0253-0330: Day 5 - John is very unhappy; he continues
to seek comfort from Nurse Mary; often cries but comes
alive when given one to one attention, but becomes
worse when she threatens to leave him alone.

0521-0570: What contributes to obedience - salience of
condition; spatial relationship of teacher to learner and
teacher to experimenter; context of experiment; group

1165-1583: Shoplifters - same results in a naturalistic
setting. Advantages of city living.

0275-0341: Aversive conditioning - using punishment or
pain to control behavior; problems with punishment

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0159-0230: Hatching chicks, strobe light experiment

0637-0667: Limitations of operant conditioning.

0567-0604: Dr. Block's experiment looking at how
parents teach their children problem solving skills,
differential treatment of boys and girls.

2637: Dr. Zimmerman - "open field room"

0689-0925: Emotional reactions; absence of fear of fire
and animals

0212-0250: Ploys - guilt/self-righteousness,

0520-0596: skinner's university course.
Misconceptions about Skinner. Conclusions.

0416-0471: Night Terror

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1108-1165: Six months later, visit with foster mother.
Kate has reattached to mother and is made anxious by
the visit.

0432-0484: Parole board hearing

0593-0701: Brain stimulation and challenging authority
in monkey groups; Dr. Ploog - stimulating monkey calls.
McGill University - emotions in different animals -
humans create a society to protect them from strong
emotions; controlling emotions - actin

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0424-0488: Sea squid movement research - single
synapses. Movement areas of brain - 3 areas, motor
cortex, etc.

0562-0639: Are there still people who consider you less
than human? the role of educator vs. reacting as a
human being.
0214-0299: Math table; plays and puppet show;
diary/structure of day; symbolic play (house)

0509-0599: Panic attack research

6085: Conclusion
0546-0611: Gender difference - stress on pregnant
rates - Dr. Dorner - homosexuality. Homosexual males -
born during WWII estrogen response on brain. Rat
brains - sex differences, reverse female and male
pattern, Dr. Diamond.

1567-1917: Apple - new type of manager; motivating
employees to common vision, the macintosh example

0905-1194: Social Interactionism - parental influence
on language development; social bases for language;
producing intentionality; routinized speech/settings

0544-0632: Organization of the conference

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1190-1242: Etiology of bulimia; binge-purge cycle

1221-1344: Conclusions - review necessary for
psychological treatment; family therapy

0743-0845: Serotonin & Tryptophan - fenfluoramine

1498-1794: Legal strategies in the courtroom.
Judgements for Anne-Marie Perron

0993-1241: Plea bargaining and transfer of case
between two brother defense attorneys.

1674-1766: The judge addresses the jury and explains
the law to them; the jury goes into deliberation.

2236-2441: Cat strobe light experiment - critical period.

1193-1403: Prolonged exposure - hearing loss.
Measuring sound - sound meter. Physiological effects.

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1559-1795: Preventing of alcoholism; talking about
mysticism either religious or otherwise; exploring the
alternatives deliberately

1146-1238: Reactions of client to the therapy session

1514-1741: Spaulding - learning vs. instinct in chicks
and other birds. [1671-1678 break in tape] Spaulding
on piglets.

1759-1877: Harlowe wire monkey experiment.
Santiago - open air laboratory of rhesus monkeys.

0937-0964: Learning/feedback loops. 0965-1008:
Behavioral differences, technological differences.

0992-1027: Conclusion

1785-1989: 6 Stages of emotional development

1230-1259: Conclusion.

1564-1648: Interaction with people/roles in life - self
esteem. nonmedication "talking" therapy.

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1435-1813: Integration of thinking - violinist. Music
talent - mentally challenged community. Quantifying

0960-1111: Hypertension and stress reduction; use of
repetitive sounds.

1056-1238: Prisoner's dilemma with a whole series of

1108-1235: Ice 'glass' - patterns of use; paranoid

1047-1070: Conclusions

0704-0885: Other view on dreaming. Crick &
Mitchensen - dreaming to forget. Activation Synthesis

0787-0847: Applications of perceptual accuracy - pilots.

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07701043: Behavior modification with hyperactive
children; token economy, social skills and general
ability, goal setting, parent involvement

1035-1068: Summary

0987-1056: Maslow's need hierarchy.

0942-1057: Successful relationships - the long term

0481-0533: Humanists - Rodgers & Maslow

0937-1039: Scaffolding

0751-0935: Moral reasoning and behavior - Kolhberg's
stages, values clarification

1030-1066: Wrap up

0970-1069: Recovery from schizophrenia

1006-1079: Seeking a therapist

1052-1069: Summary

0971-1071: Reverting to coping patterns and

0671-0866: Leadership types and ideal leaders

1058-1065: Concluding statement

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1190-1365: David - treatment, combination of drugs
and therapy

1442-1607: Illumination - thermal imaging, shading.

2344-2808: Gender stereotypes across cultures -
nature vs. nurture debate. Twin study - one twin reared
as and made a female. Lamb et al. - means of
acquiring gendered information. France, Germany, Italy
- father/child interactions. Cognitive develop

2256-2866: Dr. Rivera's training facility; Back to Parry
Sound; Dr. Rivera - proposal for government funding;
Dr. Ross - stats on MPD.

1584-1650: Tom Moriarti - beach experiment
0772-0793: Stories parents tell us. 0794-0888: Infants'
memories/experiment. 0889-0917: Childhood

MODULE 27: Schizophrenia - treatment and research;
Schiebel - history of predrug treatment; St. Anne's
Hospital, Pons, drug therapy; case study of patient on
medication; neurotransmitters - dopamine systems
(blockers). 11839-12250: MODULE 28: Stress -

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3422-3685: MODULE 11: Social development in
infancy - self awareness, emotions, etc.; moral sense
development; cognition and emotion connection. 3686-
3907: MODULE 12: Nature/Nurture interaction (twin
studies - aging); McClearn - Aging.

3692-3929: MODULE 31: Mood disorders - hereditary
factors; Amish community research (Egeland) hereditary
pattern, dominant gene; chromosome II - markers,
flags; pharmacology potential. 3933-4189: MODULE
32: Mood disorders - medication and talk therap

1118-1419: A demand for legal provisions for children
with learning disabilities; tutoring and private schools
(expense?). Jason's assessment and difficulty getting
funding; Steven's private tutoring.

1489-1578: Human universals - Max Kanner. 1578-
1663: 'us and them' - universal food preferences

1489-1616: Gambling experiments - Demazio's
Research. Neurons that guide reason and emotion.

1500-1703: Dreaming

1152-1214: Doug Backland's response to skeptics.
what is happening when people aren't looking at the

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0330-0400: Day 6 - Mary has the morning off and John
is abandoned; John continues to refuse food; father's
visit - John expresses his desire to go home - turns
away from father when he refuses to comply.

0570-0584: Conclusions

1583-1854: Experiment - asking for a seat on a
crowded subway; conversations with strangers at bus

0341-0390: Skinner - brief comment on aggression and
achievement motivation vs. power motivation;

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0231-0260: Experimental Operations

0604-0745: Teachers' treatment of girls and boys. Dr.
Block - sex differences in personality traits.

2886: Nature of "love" - older monkey.

0925-1014: Classical conditioning of Little Albert

0251-0253: Conclusion

0476-0561: Disorders of excessive sleep - Narcolepsy,
hypersomnia, sleep apnea

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1165-1186: Conclusions

0485-0507: Different guards - types of roles of guards
and prisoners

0701-0750: Back to the yogi in New Delhi; relaxation
training, lowering blood pressure.

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0489-0568: Cerebellum - Dr. Ho. Basal ganglia -
dopamine deficiency in Parkinson's disease.

0639-0695: How can people come to an understanding
of how to be human?

0300-0357: learning about Japanese culture

0600-0694: Exercise, relaxation; brain surgery - moral

0612-0708: Enriched vs. barren/brain/cortex (effects
on) environment. Dr. Smith - effects of mother's
reaction to boys and girls - effects of gender on
environment on brain. Conclusion/gender differences.
Wrap up.

1950-2182: Employee involvement, Dana corp.
Employee autonomy "self managing" plants; reducing
levels of management; profit-sharing and employee

1194-1294: Cognitive psychology - scaffolding and
language; cognitive development.

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1242-1464: Outcome - short term vs. long term
outcomes; effects of treatment and measures of

0845-0903: Vasopresin - Related drug therapy

1794-1925: Mediation; changing values

1241-1839: Discussion between crown attorneys.
Practice and going through the evidence with defense.

1766-1891: the jury returns with their verdict and

2442-2514: Child explorer of environment.

1404-1798: Hearing aids. KEMAR - hearing aid
research. Hair cell death - deafness. Artificial hearing -
cochlear implant. Conclusion.

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1795-1932: Images of ecstasy

1238-1287: Therapist's reactions to the therapy session

1741-2024: Vonsace on plant 'behavior'. Loeb -
parallels in animal behavior - tube worms, attraction to
light. Theory of tropisms, phototropisms,
chemotropisms, human 'tropisms'.

2020-2027: Conclusion

1009-1059: Conclusion.

1936-1990: summary and conclusion

1649-1965: Amish community - genetic cause.
Chromosome 11 - genetic marker. Wrap up of case

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1814-1979: Conclusion (emotions; wrap up)
1111-1345: A client describes hallucinations at a
therapy session; problems at work and some evidence
of paranoia and delusions of persecution are also

1238-1478: Preplanned strategies - prisoner's dilemma
with computers; prisoner's dilemma with not many
people; tit for tat strategy

1235-1316: Sexuality - correlation between sex and
methamphetamines; social dysfunction

0885-1076: Functions of dreams - creativity. Lucid
dreaming. Implications of research.

0847-1039: Effect of stress on perception - pain,
endorphins. Application in medicine; psychological
treatment of pain

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1043-1067: Summary and conclusions

1056-1071: Summary and conclusions.

1057-1075: Conclusions and Summary

0533-0636: Trait/type theories

0104-1070: Conclusion, summary.

0936-1009: Social movements and causes

0866-0969: Cults as an example of social pressure in

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1365-1503: Twin studies - brain differences and the
limbic system.

1607-1626: Conclusions.

2808-3162: More culture inclusive text books.
Individuation vs. collectivism as cultural differences.

2866-3086: CIA mind control - Dr. Ross and reactions.

1650-1883: Langer - vision of pilots

0918-0978: Study of amnesia patients. 0979-1023:
Episodic/semantic. 0124-1192: Amnesia example.

12255-13442: MODULE 29: Emotions, stress and
health; (Bloom) chemical change, emotions, stress,
anxiety; stress and brain response; stress in animal
kingdom - fight or flight; human stress process - air
traffic controllers; effects of chronic stress; no

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3908-4130: MODULE 13: The aging brain; monkey
experiment (Price) - delayed single matching test;
change of cell skeleton/structure; human examples -
survivors. 4131-4303: MODULE 14: Aging and
memory (reversible? Baltes)

4193-4570: MODULE 33: the psychopath/antisocial
personality - nature vs nurture; criminal brain; tests -
psychopaths (Hare); development of psychopathy.
4575-4792: MODULE 34: Treating depression (ECT);
case history - severely depressed (Fink); ECT re

1419-1876: Teacher training as a key component and a
new perspective for educational psychologists;
emotional problems that result from learning disabilities;
regaining confidence.

1663-1732: Sexual jealousy

1616-1753: Impact on environment on the moral
development of children; nature vs. nurture debate.
How we generate conflict and aggression.

1703-1900: Conscious computers? Feelings as the key
to consciousness; 'higher' consciousness

1214-1274: Theory that facilitated communication may
be tapping the unconscious mind of the facilitator.
Abuse allegations

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A Secret Obsession - sex addiction (20/20, 1/24/97)

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0400-0429: Day 7 - does not want to play or eat; weak
crying; no longer attempts interaction.

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0261-0423: Lever pressing, conditioning of birds

2990: No mother - "flight box".

1014-1081: Classical conditioning on another child

0561-0753: Insomnia, causes

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0508-0554: New prisoner - rebellion. John Wayne -
extreme guard

NOTE: last 5 minutes cut off

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0570-0693: L-dopa - brain scan. Surgery Rx - brain cell
implants. Wrap up/conclusion.

0695-0742: You have the potential to be human when
you were born . . .

0695-0705: Conclusion

1294-1558: Dr. Meltzov - language and thought;
relationship between play activity, thought and language;
use of compound words

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1464-1568: Reaction to Dr. Hsu's presentation

0903-0987: Gastrointestinal hormones - related drugs

1925-1980: Conclusions

1839-2010: Trial - arraignment - selection of the jury

1981-1989: Appeal - failure of trial judge to properly
inform the jury

2515-2828: Experience/expectations. Cultural/linguistic
differences. Role of conscious knowledge (James

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1287-1421: Questions from the client and conclusions

2024-2040: Behaviorism and conclusions

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1345-1730: Mood prior to admittance to hospital;
delusions of grandeur, thoughts are broadcast, voices in

1478-1713: Tit for tat in nature; tit for tat in humans.
Nonaggression pacts during war

1316-1468: Polydrug use and other stimulants; ecstasy
and designer drugs

1039-1068: Conclusions

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0636-0850: Five Factor Model of Personality.
Application - navy recruits and adjustment. Are five
factors enough?

1010: Wrap up

0969-1044: Importance of cooperation in groups -
space shuttle crews

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1503-1915: Emptying the hospitals and the
consequences; Marge talks about her illness and the
possibility of discharge from hospital. Frontline follows

3166-3615: Mental Health as it is conceptualized by
indigenous cultures. Break. Falsified information -
failure to check the original source. Limits of using
broad ethnic categories.

1883-1945: Summary
1193-1232: Short term visual memory. 1233-1398:
Working memory - experiment. 1397-1565:
visual/spatial phonological loop.

13448-14130: MODULE 30: Aggression, violence and
the brain; animal rage experiments - midbrain electrode;
cat experiment; human example - highly aggressive;
tumor found in CAT can in highly aggressive rage -
against hypothalamus; effects of surgery - re

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4304-4573: MODULE 15: Environmental stimulators,
brain development (aging/retirement); dynamic brain -
synapse; dynamic brain - synapse; experiment - new
environment of rats - no stimulation. 4574-4842:
MODULE 16: Brain protein accumulation.

4796-5030: MODULE 35: The Placebo effect; mind-
body relationship; placebo - power of will/mind (Levine)
Wisdom teeth experiment; endorphin release. 5031-
5245: MODULE 36: Treating drug addiction, a
behavioral approach; environmental cues drug abuse; t

1576-1810: Effects of proper diagnosis and tutoring;
Colin's story and job interview; Gill Holliday's kids and
home tutoring; Jason's statement; Teacher training for

1732-1995: Facial expressions - Paul Ekman. Human
nature - summary and conclusions.

1753-2008: How we learn and use cooperative
behaviors; how much is due to biology as opposed to
learning. Conclusions

1900-1997: Concluding statements

1274-1420: Conclusions - parents' reactions; effects of
the controversy

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0429-0511: Day 8 - retreats further - gets more
attention but it is sporadic and unsatisfactory; father's
visit, John cannot eat; no one can comfort John upon
his father's departure.

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0424-0501: Sexual preferences, relation to imprinting

3182-3343: Friendship

0753-0769: Closing comments

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0555-0669: Lawyer - need to end experiment.
Encounter groups. Conclusion

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0742-0776: Interviewer's initial reactions and

1558-1742: Individual differences in language

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9087-1037: Conclusions

2829-3289. Depth cues. Motion (Dr. Barrie Frost).
Point light walkers. Self motion.

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1730-1796: History - high school

1713-1787: End to the cold war and tit for tat in society

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0850-0907: Biological basis for traits.

1041-1069: Summary and conclusions

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1800-2015: Marge's sister Sharon, and how she copes.
More on the twin study on schizophrenics. Back to
David and Project Reach Out.

3615-4007: Differences in style of communication
across cultural misunderstanding. Collectivism vs.

1566-1662: Retrieval cues.

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4843-5002: MODULE 17: Studying the unconscious
through subliminal perception; subliminal experiment -
word flash. 5003-5028: MODULE 18: Phantom limb
pain; pain signals; where start.

5251-5421: MODULE 37: Stress and health; (Saposki)
glucocorticoids-hormones effect on brain - chronic
stress; experiment - nerve cells store energy - effects
with social stress. 5425-5683: MODULE 38: Cognition
and the immune system; anatomy of immune

1810-1882: Reassessing life after assessment; after
assessment - acceptance of dyslexia as a special need.

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0511-0569: Day 9: Cries upon his mother's return but
does not go to her; actively avoids his mother; when
father arrives he abandons his mother again.

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1742-1999: Cross-cultural linguistics - constancy
across languages and cultures; creative errors -
semantics and grammar; universal child grammar

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1037-1390: Questions - Tegretol and bulimia; drug
studies & recommendations of anorexia nervosa;
criteria for recovery; DSM IV changes of definitions and

3290-3373: Wrap up

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0907-1074: Environmental influences. Interaction
between environment and genetics. Conclusions.

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1663-1699: Conclusion

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5140-5409: MODULE 19: Psychological - overcoming
pain. 4510-5583: MODULE 20: Attentional aspects of

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