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Using Animals in Psychological Research
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presented by Steve Taylor, fl. 2000; with Phil Banyard, 1953- and Steve Taylor, fl. 2000; produced by Shortcuts TV (Leicester, England: Shortcuts TV, 2018), 5 mins
This film begins with how animals were used in psychological research by looking at Harlow's experiments, where baby rhesus monkeys were isolated in 'the pit of despair'. It explains the current ethical and legal regulation of using animals in research, illustrates how decisions are made, and ends with the questio...
presented by Steve Taylor, fl. 2000; with Phil Banyard, 1953- and Steve Taylor, fl. 2000; produced by Shortcuts TV (Leicester, England: Shortcuts TV, 2018), 5 mins
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Are You What Your Mother Ate? The Agouti Mouse Study
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presented by Steve Taylor, fl. 2000 and Clare Parsons, fl. 2018; produced by Shortcuts TV (Leicester, England: Shortcuts TV, 2017), 14 mins
The foetal susceptibility hypothesis suggests the nourishment an embryo receives from its a mother is a major determinant of health in later life. In this video, Professor Randy Jirtle tells the story of his ground-breaking experiment at Duke University that provided the first ever scientific evidence of the causa...
presented by Steve Taylor, fl. 2000 and Clare Parsons, fl. 2018; produced by Shortcuts TV (Leicester, England: Shortcuts TV, 2017), 14 mins
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Horizon, Series 49, Episode 16, What Makes Us Human?
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directed by Toby MacDonald, fl. 2002; presented by Alice Roberts, 1906-1985; with Michael Tomasello, 1950-; produced by Toby MacDonald, fl. 2002, in Horizon, Series 49, Episode 16 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2013), 52 mins
Professor Alice Roberts is making a new human being. She's five months pregnant. But as an anatomist, and doctor, Professor Roberts has a rather different perspective on her pregnancy than most mothers. As this remarkable process happens inside her, Alice sets out to discover the latest in scientific understanding...
directed by Toby MacDonald, fl. 2002; presented by Alice Roberts, 1906-1985; with Michael Tomasello, 1950-; produced by Toby MacDonald, fl. 2002, in Horizon, Series 49, Episode 16 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2013), 52 mins
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[Front Matter]
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with Rom Harré; in Pavlov's Dog and Schrödinger's Cat: Scenes From the Living Laboratory (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2009, originally published 2009)
with Rom Harré; in Pavlov's Dog and Schrödinger's Cat: Scenes From the Living Laboratory (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2009, originally published 2009)
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Quest for the Empowered Self, Differences Between Men And Women
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produced by Bill Wisneski, fl. 1997-2017, Palomar Community College, in Quest for the Empowered Self (San Marcos, CA: Palomar Community College, 2005), 28 mins
This DVD explores the biological, anthropological, and environmental forces that differentiate men from women and examines the ways in which conditioning influences gender development. It discusses Carl Jung’s ideas regarding the necessity for men and women to express both the masculine and feminine sides of the...
produced by Bill Wisneski, fl. 1997-2017, Palomar Community College, in Quest for the Empowered Self (San Marcos, CA: Palomar Community College, 2005), 28 mins
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Secrets of the Sexes, Episode 1, Brainsex
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directed by Peter Leonard, fl. 1990; produced by Peter Leonard, fl. 1990, British Broadcasting Corporation, in Secrets of the Sexes, Episode 1 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2005), 50 mins

Is your brain wired to think like a man or a woman? Are females really more talkative, men less emotional? And what does the ratio between the length of your 2nd and 4th fingers have to do with it? We might have been conditioned to think that men and women are the same but as this series reveals, we are utterly, f...

directed by Peter Leonard, fl. 1990; produced by Peter Leonard, fl. 1990, British Broadcasting Corporation, in Secrets of the Sexes, Episode 1 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2005), 50 mins
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Secrets of the Sexes, Episode 3, Love
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directed by Jonah Weston, fl. 2002; produced by Jonah Weston, fl. 2002, British Broadcasting Corporation, in Secrets of the Sexes, Episode 3 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2005), 50 mins

Is your brain wired to think like a man or a woman? Are females really more talkative, men less emotional? And what does the ratio between the length of your 2nd and 4th fingers have to do with it? We might have been conditioned to think that men and women are the same but as this series reveals, we are utterly, f...

directed by Jonah Weston, fl. 2002; produced by Jonah Weston, fl. 2002, British Broadcasting Corporation, in Secrets of the Sexes, Episode 3 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2005), 50 mins
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Classic Experiments in Psychology
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with Douglas Mook (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2004, originally published 2004), 362 page(s)
with Douglas Mook (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2004, originally published 2004), 362 page(s)
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Love at Goon Park: Harry Harlow and the Science of Affection
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written by Deborah Blum, 1954- (New York, NY: Perseus Books Group, 2011, originally published 2002), 363 page(s)
written by Deborah Blum, 1954- (New York, NY: Perseus Books Group, 2011, originally published 2002), 363 page(s)
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His Own Best Subject: A Visit to B.F. Skinner's Basement
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produced by Frances Davidson, fl. 2008 (San Luis Obispo, CA: Davidson Films, 2000), 15 mins
B.F. Skinner applied his unique behavioral principles to his own life. In this film, his daughter, Julie Vargas, gives us a tour of the basement study in which he wrote many of his books and articles. Skinner developed wonderfully ingenious gadgets designed to enhance his workspace, and he created clever ways of o...
produced by Frances Davidson, fl. 2008 (San Luis Obispo, CA: Davidson Films, 2000), 15 mins
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