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The Adolescent Substance Abuser:
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with Peter Palanca, MA, CAC, fl. 1995; produced by Jon Mark Tullos, fl. 1997, Governors State University, in The Adolescent Substance Abuser: "Teens Under the Influence", Class 3 (University Park, IL: Governors State University, 1995), 1 hour
Provides information specific to the “generation gap” that exists between “baby boomers” and adolescents of today. Risk factors such as those connected with community, school, and family, as well as those associated with the individual are discussed. General categories or risk confronting adolescents and y...
with Peter Palanca, MA, CAC, fl. 1995; produced by Jon Mark Tullos, fl. 1997, Governors State University, in The Adolescent Substance Abuser: "Teens Under the Influence", Class 3 (University Park, IL: Governors State University, 1995), 1 hour
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Anxiety: Its Phenomenology In The First Year Of Life (Silent)
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with René Spitz, 1887-1974 (Akron, OH: University of Akron. Cummings Center for the History of Psychology, 1949), 17 mins
Anxiety: Its phenomenology in the first year of life as shown in this infant.
with René Spitz, 1887-1974 (Akron, OH: University of Akron. Cummings Center for the History of Psychology, 1949), 17 mins
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Arming the Donkey
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(2013, originally published 2008),
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Duke economist and New York Times best-selling author Dan Ariely ("Predictably Irrational") is your host for a weekly series of informal one-on-one chats with researchers in social and natural sciences.
(2013, originally published 2008),
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Bowlby: Attachment & Maternal Deprivation
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presented by Steve Taylor, fl. 2000; with Steve Taylor, fl. 2000, Elizabeth Meins, fl. 2013 and John Bowlby, 1907-1990; produced by ShortCutsTV (Leicester, England: ShortCutsTV, 2018), 5 mins
In the 1930s a young psychiatrist noticed how many of the disturbed children he saw had been separated from their parents in early life. This was John Bowlby whose work had a massive influence on how psychologists thought about child development. This film explains the key aspects of his classic theory of attachme...
presented by Steve Taylor, fl. 2000; with Steve Taylor, fl. 2000, Elizabeth Meins, fl. 2013 and John Bowlby, 1907-1990; produced by ShortCutsTV (Leicester, England: ShortCutsTV, 2018), 5 mins
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Brain, Patterns, Structure, & Novelty
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directed by Wes Halula, 1971-; produced by Wes Halula, 1971- and Jenica Halula, fl. 2002-2018, Learning ZoneXpress, in Brain (Owatonna, MN: Learning ZoneXpress, 2011), 21 mins
Our brains are wired to perceive patterns and structure in the world around us. Young children especially need structure to feel secure and be ready to learn. Yet our brains also are continually seeking something new! Too much of the same things causes our brains to get bored - and too many new things can cause co...
directed by Wes Halula, 1971-; produced by Wes Halula, 1971- and Jenica Halula, fl. 2002-2018, Learning ZoneXpress, in Brain (Owatonna, MN: Learning ZoneXpress, 2011), 21 mins
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Child of our Time, Season 2, Episode 2, Tomboy or Sissy
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directed by Sadie Holland, fl. 1994, Ruth Drewett, fl. 2000 and Tony Moulsdale; presented by Robert Winston, 1940-; produced by British Broadcasting Corporation, in Child of our Time, Season 2, Episode 2 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2001), 50 mins
Professor Robert Winston follows the development of 25 children born in 2000
directed by Sadie Holland, fl. 1994, Ruth Drewett, fl. 2000 and Tony Moulsdale; presented by Robert Winston, 1940-; produced by British Broadcasting Corporation, in Child of our Time, Season 2, Episode 2 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2001), 50 mins
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Child of our Time, Season 3, Episode 3, Active or Idle
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directed by Ruth Drewett, fl. 2000 and Jenny Williams; presented by Robert Winston, 1940-; produced by Deborah Perkin, fl. 1991-2013, British Broadcasting Corporation, in Child of our Time, Season 3, Episode 3 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2002), 59 mins
Professor Robert Winston follows the development of 25 children born in 2000
directed by Ruth Drewett, fl. 2000 and Jenny Williams; presented by Robert Winston, 1940-; produced by Deborah Perkin, fl. 1991-2013, British Broadcasting Corporation, in Child of our Time, Season 3, Episode 3 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2002), 59 mins
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Child of our Time, Season 6, Episode 1, Happiness
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directed by Joanna Woolf, fl. 2000; presented by Robert Winston, 1940-; produced by Joanna Woolf, fl. 2000, British Broadcasting Corporation and Open University, in Child of our Time, Season 6, Episode 1 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2006), 59 mins
Professor Robert Winston follows the development of 25 children born in 2000
directed by Joanna Woolf, fl. 2000; presented by Robert Winston, 1940-; produced by Joanna Woolf, fl. 2000, British Broadcasting Corporation and Open University, in Child of our Time, Season 6, Episode 1 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2006), 59 mins
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Child of our Time, Season 8, Episode 3, 24 Hours
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directed by Victoria Bell, fl. 2013; presented by Robert Winston, 1940-; produced by Victoria Bell, fl. 2013, British Broadcasting Corporation and Open University, in Child of our Time, Season 8, Episode 3 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2008), 59 mins
Professor Robert Winston presents a documentary series following the lives of 25 British children until the age of 20. For this edition, all the kids have been filmed continuously for 48 hours, putting their day-to-day lives under the microscope. Every laugh, every tear and every movement has been recorded, counte...
directed by Victoria Bell, fl. 2013; presented by Robert Winston, 1940-; produced by Victoria Bell, fl. 2013, British Broadcasting Corporation and Open University, in Child of our Time, Season 8, Episode 3 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2008), 59 mins
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Child of our Time, Series 3, Episode 1, Thanks for the Memories
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directed by Ruth Drewett, fl. 2000; presented by Robert Winston, 1940-; produced by Sadie Holland, fl. 1994, in Child of our Time, Series 3, Episode 1 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2002), 1 hour 4 mins
Following 22 families from all over Britain, whose children were born in the year 2000, the BBC science department is conducting and filming a huge experiment into how children develop. The children are now two and a half and at the peak of their learning. The 2002 series explores how toddlers learn and how adults...
directed by Ruth Drewett, fl. 2000; presented by Robert Winston, 1940-; produced by Sadie Holland, fl. 1994, in Child of our Time, Series 3, Episode 1 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2002), 1 hour 4 mins
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