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Anxiety Disorders
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(Films Media Group, 2010), 58 mins, 21 page(s)
Featuring case studies and commentary from experts, this program examines anxiety disorders, looking at causes, symptoms, and treatments for generalized anxiety, panic attacks, PTSD, obsessive-compulsive disorders, and phobias.
(Films Media Group, 2010), 58 mins, 21 page(s)
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Breaking the Wall of Bad Taste: How Psychophysics and Neurophysiology Can Improve Our Food Choices
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(Films Media Group, 2012), 16 mins, 16 page(s)
In this lecture program, Per Møller of the University of Copenhagen looks at what forms the basis of relationships with food, explores how the memory of odors and flavors is connected to critical periods of growth, and examines what triggers food choice and consumption. Møller considers the roles that psychophys...
(Films Media Group, 2012), 16 mins, 16 page(s)
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Developing Language
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(Films Media Group), 24 mins, 24 page(s)
This DVD traces the development of children’s language skills from birth to age five. It shows that language development in the early school years involves far more than mastering grammar and vocabulary and explores advanced language concepts.
(Films Media Group), 24 mins, 24 page(s)
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The Difference Between Men and Women
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(Films Media Group, 2006), 37 mins, 37 page(s)
This ABC News program questions whether tangible behavioral and neurological discrepancies exist along gender lines. It explores differences that exist between the sexes and discusses the brain circuitry behind them.
(Films Media Group, 2006), 37 mins, 37 page(s)
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Divide of Societal Gender Roles in Childhood
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(Films Media Group, 2008), 1 hour, 60 page(s)
This program considers the influence of media portrayal of celebrity culture, consumerism, and sexuality on gender roles and the expectations of children. It profiles such cases as a girl whose mother is the breadwinner in the family, a boy who grew up without gender stereotypes, a tomboy who has taken an interest...
(Films Media Group, 2008), 1 hour, 60 page(s)
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Epigenetics: The Hidden Life of Our Genes
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(Films Media Group, 2009), 52 mins, 52 page(s)
Exploring epigenetics, this program presents evidence that diet, stress, and environmental exposures can all modify gene expression. The DVD explains how cell memory, methylation, and RNA interference can cause changes to occur.
(Films Media Group, 2009), 52 mins, 52 page(s)
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Eyewitness: What Actually Happened?
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(Films Media Group, 2009), 59 mins, 59 page(s)
This program follows an experiment in which ten volunteers are unwittingly immersed in a staged murder and looks at the ability of each subject to recall the ordeal for police officers. The DVD considers how and why eyewitness memories can prove unreliable.
(Films Media Group, 2009), 59 mins, 59 page(s)
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A Film About Races: A Fresh Look at Diversity
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(Films Media Group, 2010), 56 mins, 56 page(s)
This program demonstrates that racial identity is changeable and often surprising. The DVD features commentary from sociologists and anthropologists regarding common misconceptions about race.
(Films Media Group, 2010), 56 mins, 56 page(s)
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Globalization at a Crossroads
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(Films Media Group, 2010), 26 mins, 26 page(s)
This program explains key global economic principles and traces the history of globalization. It discusses economic change in East 15, Bolivia, Russia, and China and examines the recent, dramatic shift in the U.S. economy.
(Films Media Group, 2010), 26 mins, 26 page(s)
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How Does Your Memory Work?
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(Films Media Group, 2008), 50 mins, 50 page(s)
This program explores the mechanisms of human recollection and presents case studies and medical findings that reveal the complexity of the brain’s memory center. It features Randy Buckner, who explains his research into memory functions and Alzheimer’s disease, Faraneh Vargha-Khadem, who discusses her work wi...
(Films Media Group, 2008), 50 mins, 50 page(s)
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