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in Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy Collection by Dr. Debbie Joffe-Ellis; presented by Debbie Joffe Ellis (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2014, originally published 2014), 1 page(s)
Client talks about her belief that humans need to be in the company of other humans; whether they need or just want their approval is another matter.
in Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy Collection by Dr. Debbie Joffe-Ellis; presented by Debbie Joffe Ellis (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2014, originally published 2014), 1 page(s)
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The Human Dilemma
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written by Jeffrey Mishlove and Rollo May; directed by Arthur Bloch; presented by Jeffrey Mishlove and Rollo May; produced by Arthur Bloch (Oakland, CA: Thinking Allowed Productions, 2011, originally published 2011), 1 hour 25 mins
Existential psychology emphasizes philosophic rather than psychopathological aspects of the human condition. In this animated, two-part discussion, Dr. May proposes that genuine growth comes from confronting the pain of existence rather than escaping into banal pleasures or shallow, positive thinking. Genuine joy,...
written by Jeffrey Mishlove and Rollo May; directed by Arthur Bloch; presented by Jeffrey Mishlove and Rollo May; produced by Arthur Bloch (Oakland, CA: Thinking Allowed Productions, 2011, originally published 2011), 1 hour 25 mins
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When Neitztsche Wept
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written by Jeffrey Mishlove; presented by Jeffrey Mishlove (Oakland, CA: Thinking Allowed Productions, 2011), 28 mins
Irvin D. Yalom, M.D., a professor of psychiatry at Stanford University, is author of the novel, When Nietzsche Wept. Yalom describes his novel as highlighting the existential issues of human consciousness which are the basis of his own therapeutic approach. The soul-searching, self-examination of the philosopher i...
written by Jeffrey Mishlove; presented by Jeffrey Mishlove (Oakland, CA: Thinking Allowed Productions, 2011), 28 mins
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20: Individual Differences in Approach and Avoidance: Behavioral Activation/Inhibition and Regulatory Focus as Distinct Levels of Analysis
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edited by Rick H. Hoyle; with Wilkie A. Wilson and Timothy J. Strauman; in Handbook of Personality and Self-Regulation (New York, NY: John Wiley & Sons, 2010, originally published 2010), [447]-473
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How Psychology Applies to Everyday Life
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with Michael A. Church and Charles I. Brooks (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2009, originally published 2009), 153 page(s)
with Michael A. Church and Charles I. Brooks (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2009, originally published 2009), 153 page(s)
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17: From little slips to big disasters: an error quest
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edited by Patrick Rabbitt; with Jim Reason; in Inside Psychology: A Science Over 50 Years (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2009, originally published 2009), [233]-242
edited by Patrick Rabbitt; with Jim Reason; in Inside Psychology: A Science Over 50 Years (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2009, originally published 2009), [233]-242
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Becoming More Fully Human
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written by Virginia Satir, 1916-1988 and Jeffrey Mishlove; directed by Arthur Bloch; presented by Virginia Satir, 1916-1988 and Jeffrey Mishlove; produced by Arthur Bloch (Oakland, CA: Thinking Allowed Productions, 2011, originally published 2006), 28 mins
The problems of society result less from an intrinsic "evil" in human nature than from our failure to stop repeating behavior patterns from the past. Change, says Virginia Satir, begins with learning to accept and understand the many parts of oneself.
written by Virginia Satir, 1916-1988 and Jeffrey Mishlove; directed by Arthur Bloch; presented by Virginia Satir, 1916-1988 and Jeffrey Mishlove; produced by Arthur Bloch (Oakland, CA: Thinking Allowed Productions, 2011, originally published 2006), 28 mins
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Endless Questions
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directed by Patrick Allen, 1927-2006; composed by Peter Davison, fl. 2009; with Daniel Kahneman, 1934-; produced by Sally V. Beaty, fl. 1985-2007 (Sherborn, MA: Intelecom, 2006), 29 mins
This documentary, directed by Patrick Allen, is about different observations in the field of psychology. It’s our nature to ask questions about ourselves and the world around us. But finding answers requires more than intuition and common sense. This lesson asks the question, then probes for answers using the mu...
directed by Patrick Allen, 1927-2006; composed by Peter Davison, fl. 2009; with Daniel Kahneman, 1934-; produced by Sally V. Beaty, fl. 1985-2007 (Sherborn, MA: Intelecom, 2006), 29 mins
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People to People
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written by Sally V. Beaty, fl. 1985-2007; directed by Patrick Allen, 1927-2006; composed by Peter Davison, fl. 2009; with Albert Bandura, 1925-; produced by Sally V. Beaty, fl. 1985-2007 (Sherborn, MA: Intelecom, 2006), 29 mins
This documentary, directed by Patrick Allen, is about social psychology. People interacting with people, individually and in groups, as friends or sometimes foes is a fascinating, never-ending source of study material for social psychologists. This episode explores social thinking, social influence, and social rel...
written by Sally V. Beaty, fl. 1985-2007; directed by Patrick Allen, 1927-2006; composed by Peter Davison, fl. 2009; with Albert Bandura, 1925-; produced by Sally V. Beaty, fl. 1985-2007 (Sherborn, MA: Intelecom, 2006), 29 mins
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Quest for the Empowered Self, Personality Theories
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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
In this program you will learn several personality theories that have dominated the thinking of humankind over the past several thousand years and some are new within the last 70 years. These theories will help you to develop a philosophy about human nature and behavior. Therefore, you can discover which theory wo...
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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