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Issues in Psychology, Usefulness of Research
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presented by Harriet Carmichael, fl. 2005 and Steve Taylor, fl. 2000; with Steve Taylor, fl. 2000; produced by Shortcuts TV, in Issues in Psychology (Leicester, England: Shortcuts TV, 2018), 6 mins
Have you ever wondered why some people claim to see the face of Jesus in their toast? Well, psychologists at the University of Toronto did. But why? This film uses a number of studies to illustrate how the usefulness of psychological research is assessed and evaluated. And if you're wondering about the toast, it w...
presented by Harriet Carmichael, fl. 2005 and Steve Taylor, fl. 2000; with Steve Taylor, fl. 2000; produced by Shortcuts TV, in Issues in Psychology (Leicester, England: Shortcuts TV, 2018), 6 mins
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Psychological Assessment Video Series, The MMPI-2-RF in Practice
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presented by Kathleen T. Bechtold, fl. 2003 and David M. McCord, fl. 1989; produced by American Psychological Association, in Psychological Assessment Video Series (District of Columbia: American Psychological Association, 2016), 1 hour
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The videos in the APA Psychotherapy Video Series are intended for educational and training purposes. Unauthorized viewing of these videos is expressly prohibited. All participants have agreed to allow their clinical...
The MMPI-2-RF, the latest revision to the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory, is one of the most widely researched and used psychological assessment instruments. The MMPI-2-RF conceptualizes personality and psychopathology as a hierarchical arrangement of relatively narrow, focused, dimensional constructs...
presented by Kathleen T. Bechtold, fl. 2003 and David M. McCord, fl. 1989; produced by American Psychological Association, in Psychological Assessment Video Series (District of Columbia: American Psychological Association, 2016), 1 hour
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Reaching Teens: Strength-Based Communication Strategies to Build Resilience and Support Healthy Adolescent Development, 66.0 The Life Cycle Model of Youth Homelessness. Auerswald.
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produced by American Academy of Pediatrics, in Reaching Teens: Strength-Based Communication Strategies to Build Resilience and Support Healthy Adolescent Development (Elk Grove Village, IL: American Academy of Pediatrics, 2014), 26 mins
This video, from the "Reaching Teens: Strength-Based Communication Strategies to Build Resilience and Support Healthy Adolescent Development" series by the American Academy of Pediatrics, features Colette Auerswald, talking about The Life Cycle Model of Youth Homelessness.
produced by American Academy of Pediatrics, in Reaching Teens: Strength-Based Communication Strategies to Build Resilience and Support Healthy Adolescent Development (Elk Grove Village, IL: American Academy of Pediatrics, 2014), 26 mins
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Solution-Focused Counseling
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written by Jeffrey T. Guterman; presented by Jeffrey T. Guterman (Hanover, MA: Microtraining Associates, 2012), 50 mins
In this video, Dr. Jeffrey Guterman, associate professor of counseling at Barry University in Miami Shores describes a unique model that he developed called solution-focused counseling. Following a brief description of the model, excerpts of a solution-focused counseling case are provided.
written by Jeffrey T. Guterman; presented by Jeffrey T. Guterman (Hanover, MA: Microtraining Associates, 2012), 50 mins
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Animal Models of Concussive Brain Injury
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presented by William Meehan, fl. 2002-2017; produced by Healthy Learning and Monterey Bay Video Production Company (Monterey, CA: Healthy Learning, 2011), 51 mins
Animal models of injury allow investigators to more readily determine the associated pathophysiology and biomechanics, as well as test potential therapies. With regard to a concussive injury, several different animal models exist, including fluid percussion, weight-drop, pendulum-weight impactors, pure acceleratio...
presented by William Meehan, fl. 2002-2017; produced by Healthy Learning and Monterey Bay Video Production Company (Monterey, CA: Healthy Learning, 2011), 51 mins
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Pars Fractures in Adolescent Athletes
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written by Michael L. Reed, William H. Sullivan, Peter G. Gonzalez and Marla S. Kaufman; presented by Marla S. Kaufman, Peter G. Gonzalez, William H. Sullivan and Michael L. Reed; produced by National Athletic Trainers Association (Monterey, CA: Healthy Learning, 2011), 1 hour 50 mins
Pars Fractures in Adolescent Athletes provides an overview of a common injury that occurs in young athletes. In general, this injury, typically referred to as lumbar spondylolysis (a unilateral or bilateral stress fracture of the narrow bridge between the upper and lower pars interarticularis or slipped vertebra t...
written by Michael L. Reed, William H. Sullivan, Peter G. Gonzalez and Marla S. Kaufman; presented by Marla S. Kaufman, Peter G. Gonzalez, William H. Sullivan and Michael L. Reed; produced by National Athletic Trainers Association (Monterey, CA: Healthy Learning, 2011), 1 hour 50 mins
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Online Evaluation Schemas for Athletic Training Clinical Education
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written by Thomas Weidner and Kirk J. Armstrong, National Athletic Trainers Association; presented by Thomas Weidner and Kirk J. Armstrong; produced by Healthy Learning (Monterey, CA: Healthy Learning, 2009), 31 mins
Clinical experiences, clinical instructors, clinical settings, and student clinical performance are central elements that must be evaluated in an accredited athletic training educational program (ATEP). With the increase in accessibility to, and the move away from paper to electronic media, and millennial students...
written by Thomas Weidner and Kirk J. Armstrong, National Athletic Trainers Association; presented by Thomas Weidner and Kirk J. Armstrong; produced by Healthy Learning (Monterey, CA: Healthy Learning, 2009), 31 mins
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The Play Therapists' Language of Change: Releasing Children's Creative Capacities
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written by Garry Landreth; presented by Garry Landreth (Denton, TX: Center for Play Therapy, 2003), 54 mins
Topics explored are:* Characteristics of therapeutic responses* Demonstration of how to respond to children's questions, anger, wanting to leave, etc.* Returning responsibility to children* Responses that keep the child in the lead in the therapeutic process* Four essential questions to ask in evaluating the...
written by Garry Landreth; presented by Garry Landreth (Denton, TX: Center for Play Therapy, 2003), 54 mins
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Therapeutic Limit Setting in Play Therapy
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written by Garry Landreth; presented by Garry Landreth (Denton, TX: Center for Play Therapy, 2003), 1 hour
Topics explored are:* Purposes for limit setting* Areas where limits are needed* Practical issues in limit setting* ACT Model of therapeutic limit setting* Helping children develop self-control* Therapist's role in limit setting* Case examples of limit setting* What to do when children break the limits
written by Garry Landreth; presented by Garry Landreth (Denton, TX: Center for Play Therapy, 2003), 1 hour
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Toys & Materials for Play Therapy
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written by Garry Landreth; presented by Garry Landreth (Denton, TX: Center for Play Therapy, 2003), 1 hour 5 mins
Topics explored are:* Criteria for selecting toys and materials for play therapy* Categories of toys and materials that should be included in play therapy* Toys and materials that should not be in a play therapy room* Therapeutic issues related to toys and materials* Practical places to conduct play therapy...
written by Garry Landreth; presented by Garry Landreth (Denton, TX: Center for Play Therapy, 2003), 1 hour 5 mins
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