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Brain Games, Season 3, Episode 8, Mind Your Body
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directed by Michael Nigro, fl. 1996-2017; produced by Ginna Hoben, 1974-, in Brain Games, Season 3, Episode 8 (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2014), 26 mins
This segment of Brain Games is about how your mind and body work together to let you do all that you do -- and how sometimes, the brain will betray you.
directed by Michael Nigro, fl. 1996-2017; produced by Ginna Hoben, 1974-, in Brain Games, Season 3, Episode 8 (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2014), 26 mins
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Cervical Exam: The Physicians Approach to Differential Diagnosis
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written by David Baras, fl. 1981-2017; presented by David Baras, fl. 1981-2017 (Saint Petersburg, FL: Exploring Hand Therapy, 2012), 1 hour 37 mins
This is a basic level course which teaches the learner how to evaluate the cervical spine and to differentiate spinal dysfunction from hand disorders. The student will learn how to evaluate the cervical spine in video format on a patient. Instructional methods include: physician lecture, hands on demonstration, an...
written by David Baras, fl. 1981-2017; presented by David Baras, fl. 1981-2017 (Saint Petersburg, FL: Exploring Hand Therapy, 2012), 1 hour 37 mins
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Assessment of the Newborn, Gestational Age and Newborn Reflexes: Newborn Reflexes
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presented by Anna Scott, fl. 2014; produced by Medcom, in Assessment of the Newborn (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2010), 4 mins
This instructional video, from the Assessment of the Newborn series produced by MedCom, Inc., is about assessing a newborn's reflexes.
presented by Anna Scott, fl. 2014; produced by Medcom, in Assessment of the Newborn (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2010), 4 mins
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Can Kettlebells Make You Smarter?
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written by Vincent Metzo; presented by Vincent Metzo (Monterey, CA: Healthy Learning, 2010), 45 mins
Can Kettlebells Make You Smarter? discusses the development of gross and fine motor skills and reviews the impact that they have on learning and higher functioning. The DVD details how primitive movements, cross-crawl, contralateral patterns, and symmetric and asymmetric reflexes can be used to enhance kettlebell...
written by Vincent Metzo; presented by Vincent Metzo (Monterey, CA: Healthy Learning, 2010), 45 mins
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The Normal Acquisition of Skill in the First Year of Life
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written by W. Michael Magrun; presented by W. Michael Magrun; produced by Clinician's View, in Speech and Motor Development (Fairacres, NM: Clinician's View, 2011), 30 mins
Development is a multidimensional process. Movement develops through the ability of the infant to adapt to gravity, control weight distribution, and develop postural control. Thinking of development in terms of milestones does not provide understanding of movement components, transitional movement patterns, or the...
written by W. Michael Magrun; presented by W. Michael Magrun; produced by Clinician's View, in Speech and Motor Development (Fairacres, NM: Clinician's View, 2011), 30 mins
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CHAPTER 18: THE PERCEPTION OF POSTURE, SELF MOTION, AND THE VISUAL VERTICAL
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edited by James P. Thomas, fl. 1958, Lloyd Kaufman, fl. 1961 and Kenneth R. Boff, fl. 1977; with Ian P. Howard, 1927-2013; in Handbook of Perception and Human Performance, Vol. 1: Sensory Processes and Perception (New York, NY: John Wiley & Sons, 1986), 18-1-18-62
edited by James P. Thomas, fl. 1958, Lloyd Kaufman, fl. 1961 and Kenneth R. Boff, fl. 1977; with Ian P. Howard, 1927-2013; in Handbook of Perception and Human Performance, Vol. 1: Sensory Processes and Perception (New York, NY: John Wiley & Sons, 1986), 18-1-18-62
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Conditioning: A Historical Note
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with G. W. Boguslavsky, fl. 1962, in American Psychologist, Vol. 17 no. 5, May 1962, pp. 264-265 (District of Columbia: American Psychological Association and American Psychologist, 1962, originally published 1962), 2 page(s)
with G. W. Boguslavsky, fl. 1962, in American Psychologist, Vol. 17 no. 5, May 1962, pp. 264-265 (District of Columbia: American Psychological Association and American Psychologist, 1962, originally published 1962), 2 page(s)
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Discussion: A Note On Pavlov's Conception of the Unconditioned Response
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with Mapheus Smith, in Psychological Review, Vol. 37 no. 5, September 1930, pp. 459-460 (Princeton, NJ: Psychological Review Company and Psychological Review, 1930, originally published 1930), 2 page(s)
with Mapheus Smith, in Psychological Review, Vol. 37 no. 5, September 1930, pp. 459-460 (Princeton, NJ: Psychological Review Company and Psychological Review, 1930, originally published 1930), 2 page(s)
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The Sensory Capacities of the Dog As Studied By the Conditioned Reflex Method (Russian Schools)
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with C. J. Warden, fl. 1929 and H. S. Razran, fl. 1929, in Psychological Bulletin, Vol. 26 no. 4, April 1929, pp. 202-222 (District of Columbia: American Psychological Association and Psychological Bulletin, 1929, originally published 1929), 21 page(s)
with C. J. Warden, fl. 1929 and H. S. Razran, fl. 1929, in Psychological Bulletin, Vol. 26 no. 4, April 1929, pp. 202-222 (District of Columbia: American Psychological Association and Psychological Bulletin, 1929, originally published 1929), 21 page(s)
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The Conditioned Reflex and the Laws of Learning
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with George Humphrey, in Journal of Educational Psychology, Vol. 19 no. 6, September 1928, pp. 424-430 (District of Columbia: American Psychological Association and Journal of Educational Psychology, 1928, originally published 1928), 7 page(s)
with George Humphrey, in Journal of Educational Psychology, Vol. 19 no. 6, September 1928, pp. 424-430 (District of Columbia: American Psychological Association and Journal of Educational Psychology, 1928, originally published 1928), 7 page(s)
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