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David Steindl-Rast: Want to be happy? Be grateful
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(2013, originally published 2013),
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The one thing all humans have in common is that each of us wants to be happy, says Brother David Steindl-Rast, a monk and interfaith scholar. And happiness, he suggests, is born from gratitude. An inspiring lesson in slowing down, looking where you’re going, and above all, being grateful. Brother David Steindl-...
(2013, originally published 2013),
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Family Communication, Class 8, Family Stories: Messages and Meanings
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presented by Kathleen M. Galvin, fl. 1982; produced by Jon Mark Tullos, fl. 1997, in Family Communication, Class 8 (University Park, IL: Governors State University), 30 mins
Explains the four functions of family stories. Students learn how family stories provide moral lessons, help to connect generations, shape personal identity, and socialize new members into the family. Discussion topics also include the universal importance of family stories, the kinds of questions family stories t...
presented by Kathleen M. Galvin, fl. 1982; produced by Jon Mark Tullos, fl. 1997, in Family Communication, Class 8 (University Park, IL: Governors State University), 30 mins
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Family Communication, Class 15, Family and Marital Typologies and Communication
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presented by Kathleen M. Galvin, fl. 1982; produced by Jon Mark Tullos, fl. 1997, in Family Communication, Class 15 (University Park, IL: Governors State University, 1998), 30 mins
Describes the characteristics of various family and marital typologies. Lehr's family types - open, closed and random – are explained. Discussion explores three types of couple/partner relationships: traditional, independent, and separate. Topics also include the question of whether couple types shift over t...
presented by Kathleen M. Galvin, fl. 1982; produced by Jon Mark Tullos, fl. 1997, in Family Communication, Class 15 (University Park, IL: Governors State University, 1998), 30 mins
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How to Catch a Liar (Assuming We Want To)
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(2012),
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Paul Ekman's research on facial expression and body movement began in 1954, as the subject of his Master's thesis in 1955 and his first publication in 1957. In his early work, his approach to nonverbal behavior showed his training in personality. Over the next decade, a social psychological and cross-cultural emph...
(2012),
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Love, death and the pursuit of happiness: How evolution invented Hollywood
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(2010),
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Professor John Galloway (UCL/UCLH Biomedical Research Centre & Eastman Dental Hospital) If Darwinian evolution made us, it seems no great step to supposing it also made our most treasured institutions. And what institution is more treasured than the great dream machine of Hollywood, with its stock-in-trade, both o...
(2010),
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MIT's automated 'coach' helps with social interactions
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(2013),
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Social phobias affect about 15 million adults in the United States, according to the National Institute of Mental Health, and surveys show that public speaking is high on the list of such phobias. For some people, these fears of social situations can be especially acute: For example, individuals with Asperger's sy...
(2013),
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Social Risk and Depression: Evidence from manual and automatic facial expression analysis
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Jeffrey Girard of the Affect Analysis Group (University of Pittsburgh) presents research on the facial expressions of depressed individuals.
(2013),
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Family Communication, Class 9, Developing Intimate Family Relationships
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presented by Kathleen M. Galvin, fl. 1982; produced by Jon Mark Tullos, fl. 1997, in Family Communication, Class 9 (University Park, IL: Governors State University), 30 mins
Considers the impact of relational culture, dialectical tensions, and relational currencies (ways of sharing affection). Definitions for and examples of each are provided. A special emphasis is placed on shared meaning and congruence of currencies. Featured interviews: Dr. Charles Wilkinson, Marriage and Family T...
presented by Kathleen M. Galvin, fl. 1982; produced by Jon Mark Tullos, fl. 1997, in Family Communication, Class 9 (University Park, IL: Governors State University), 30 mins
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How Bejamin Button got his face
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(2009),
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Ed Ulbrich, the digital-effects guru from Digital Domain, explains the Oscar-winning technology that allowed his team to digitally create the older versions of Brad Pitt's face for "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button."
(2009),
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Love: What everyone needs to know, Class 9, What Attracts Men? What Turns Them Off?
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with Jon Carlson, 1945-2017 and Pat Love, fl. 1980-2017; produced by Yevette Brown, fl. 2009, in Love: What everyone needs to know, Class 9 (University Park, IL: Governors State University, 2006), 1 hour
Men share their thoughts on what attracts them. Relationship experts explain why men fall in love faster than women but are slower to commit. Students learn why men often find women more attractive than women find themselves and why the innate “hyperarousal response” predisposes men to be hypersensitive to c...
with Jon Carlson, 1945-2017 and Pat Love, fl. 1980-2017; produced by Yevette Brown, fl. 2009, in Love: What everyone needs to know, Class 9 (University Park, IL: Governors State University, 2006), 1 hour
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