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Attitudes
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(Coastline Community College, 2001), 30 mins, 30 page(s)
Examining the manner in which attitudes are formed, this program discusses the development of prejudice. It also considers ways to prevent prejudice and emphasizes the value of appreciating individual and group differences.
(Coastline Community College, 2001), 30 mins, 30 page(s)
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Explosions: Biosocial Development During Adolescence
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(Coastline Community College), 30 mins, 30 page(s)
This program shows how the physical changes that occur during adolescence affect an adolescent’s sense of self. It examines different cultural ideas about appearance and considers societal pressures.
(Coastline Community College), 30 mins, 30 page(s)
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Intelligence and Creativity
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(Coastline Community College, 2001), 30 mins, 30 page(s)
Considering the varying ways in which different cultures define intelligence, this DVD investigates the effects of nature and nurture on intelligence. It also explores intelligence testing.
(Coastline Community College, 2001), 30 mins, 30 page(s)
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Research Methods in Psychology
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(Coastline Community College, 2001), 28 mins, 28 page(s)
This DVD explores descriptive, observational, correlational, and experimental research methods in psychology. It uses a case study to investigate the application of the scientific method to psychological research.
(Coastline Community College, 2001), 28 mins, 28 page(s)
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Sensation and Perception
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(Coastline Community College, 2001), 30 mins, 30 page(s)
Although the processes of sensation and perception are intimately related, they play very different roles in the ways in which humans understand and interpret the world. This DVD shows how information about the world is gathered by sensory receptors and transmitted to and interpreted by the brain. It considers vis...
(Coastline Community College, 2001), 30 mins, 30 page(s)
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Stress, Health, and Coping
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(Coastline Community College, 2001), 30 mins, 30 page(s)
Exploring the relationship between psychology and physical health, this DVD describes the biopsychosocial model of health psychology. It explains how social conditions contribute to stress.
(Coastline Community College, 2001), 30 mins, 30 page(s)
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Understanding Psychological Disorders
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(Coastline Community College, 2001), 30 mins, 30 page(s)
Part 1 examines the etiology and symptoms of anxiety, phobia, and obsessive-compulsive disorders. It explains how to use the DSM, contrasts normal anxiety with pathological anxiety, and differentiates between generalized anxiety disorder and panic attacks. The DVD explores phobias, PTSD, and obsessions and compuls...
(Coastline Community College, 2001), 30 mins, 30 page(s)
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Gender and Sexuality
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(Coastline Community College, 2001), 30 mins, 30 page(s)
Explaining the difference between sex and gender, this DVD examines the ways in which men and women differ. It discusses gender roles and gender identities, covers gender role stereotypes, and shows how social learning theory applies to gender development. The program also describes the human sexual response and e...
(Coastline Community College, 2001), 30 mins, 30 page(s)
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Getting to Know You: The First Two Years of Psychosocial Development
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(Coastline Community College, 2003), 30 mins, 30 page(s)
Examining social and emotional developments that typically occur in the first two years of life, this program presents factors that shape emotions and personality. It explores temperament, social referencing, and synchrony and looks at Mary Ainsworth’s research on attachment.
(Coastline Community College, 2003), 30 mins, 30 page(s)
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Learning: Classical and Operant Conditioning
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(Coastline Community College, 2001), 30 mins, 30 page(s)
Presenting Pavlov’s and Skinner’s experiments on conditioning, this DVD explores learning. It explains the processes of generalization and considers the role of positive and negative reinforcement.
(Coastline Community College, 2001), 30 mins, 30 page(s)
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