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Psychology Media Suite
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(Films Media Group, 2008), 6 hours 18 mins, 378 page(s)
This DVD, examines psychology research, allows professors to re-create historic psychology studies, and introduces such basic psychology concepts as learning, brain neurology, sensation, perception, consciousness, language, memory, human development, social psychology, personality, and abnormal psychology.
(Films Media Group, 2008), 6 hours 18 mins, 378 page(s)
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Racial Stereotypes in the Media
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(Films Media Group, 2008), 42 mins, 42 page(s)
This DVD examines the relationship between mass media and social constructions of race. It examines forms of racial stereotyping that were pervasive in popular media during the 20th century and looks at new forms of racism.
(Films Media Group, 2008), 42 mins, 42 page(s)
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Separate and Unequal
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(Films Media Group, 2006), 44 mins, 44 page(s)
This NBC News program highlights the problems that persist in contemporary education in post-Civil Rights society.
(Films Media Group, 2006), 44 mins, 44 page(s)
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Sexual Stereotypes in the Media
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(Films Media Group, 2008), 38 mins, 38 page(s)
This program investigates media influences on social and personal views of sexuality and examines the ways in which the media’s sexual biases affect behavior. The program illustrates commercial, cultural, psychological, and sociological forces that have shaped sexual stereotypes in the media.
(Films Media Group, 2008), 38 mins, 38 page(s)
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Southern Exposure: Causes and Consequences of Illegal Immigration
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(Films Media Group, 2010), 52 mins, 52 page(s)
This program examines illegal immigration from 149 to the U.S. It identifies the consequences of illegal immigration and looks at those who risk everything to cross the border. The DVD covers such topics as drug cartels and human trafficking, the effects of demographic changes, and the rise of racism.
(Films Media Group, 2010), 52 mins, 52 page(s)
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Stress, Trauma, and the Brain
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(Films Media Group, 1999), 57 mins, 57 page(s)
In the first section of this program, doctors from Harvard Medical School study the chronic psychological stress of modern living in light of humans’ innate fight-or-flight mechanism. The second section describes revolutionary imaging techniques and their applications to brain tumor research. The third section f...
(Films Media Group, 1999), 57 mins, 57 page(s)
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Time Out of Mind: Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?
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(Films Media Group, 1980), 29 mins, 29 page(s)
In this DVD, James Burke explores the human perception of time and explains how circadian rhythms, entropy, and the constancy of the speed to light contribute to the way people experience and think about time. The program questions whether time is merely a convention or a substantive reality and considers if there...
(Films Media Group, 1980), 29 mins, 29 page(s)
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The Trouble With Sleep: Sleep Tight
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(Films Media Group, 2003), 50 mins, 50 page(s)
This DVD presents and discusses the stories of several adults with persistent sleep problems and explains how daytime experiences can influence sleep patterns. It looks at problems with sleepwalking and talking and discusses unconscious and aggressive responses to vivid dreams.
(Films Media Group, 2003), 50 mins, 50 page(s)
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Unlocking the Code: Genetics and Medicine
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(Films Media Group, 2011), 49 mins, 49 page(s)
This DVD shows how genetic breakthroughs have improved healthcare technology. It presents case studies that illustrate DNA screening’s benefits.
(Films Media Group, 2011), 49 mins, 49 page(s)
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Welcome to the World: Born Poor, Die Poor?
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(Films Media Group, 2012), 1 hour 28 mins, 88 page(s)
This program looks at how poverty affects childbirth and childhood. It considers the experiences of mothers and their infants in such countries as the U.S., Cambodia, and Sierra Leone. Contains nudity. Portions with English subtitles.
(Films Media Group, 2012), 1 hour 28 mins, 88 page(s)
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