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Angelus Plaza
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written by Miriam Kim; directed by Miriam Kim (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2003), 28 mins
The three vibrant people profiled in this film will challenge anyone's preconceptions of old age. They all live independently in Angelus Plaza, a retirement home in downtown Los Angeles. They display a sense of humor, vitality, and interest in life despite the usual physical complaints of old age. Billie, an Afric...
written by Miriam Kim; directed by Miriam Kim (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2003), 28 mins
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Beyond Genetics
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presented by Jennifer Smith, fl. 2016 and Clare Parsons, fl. 2018; produced by Shortcuts TV (Leicester, England: Shortcuts TV, 2016), 23 mins
There’s a revolution that is challenging a century of taken for granted assumptions about genetics and raising new questions. How does environment affect gene expression? Could we be passing on more than just our genes? This film provides an accessible introduction to a new science of epigenetics that is giving...
presented by Jennifer Smith, fl. 2016 and Clare Parsons, fl. 2018; produced by Shortcuts TV (Leicester, England: Shortcuts TV, 2016), 23 mins
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Brainwave, Do You Get Goosebumps Too?
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produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2008, Rubin Museum of Art, in Brainwave (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2009), 47 mins
This interview, , features a discussion between R. L. Stine and neuroscientist about fear.
produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2008, Rubin Museum of Art, in Brainwave (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2009), 47 mins
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Brainwave, Why Does Movement Move Us?
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produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2008, Rubin Museum of Art, in Brainwave (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2010), 1 hour 19 mins
A filmed conversation between one of America's greatest living choreographers, Mark Morris and Wellesley College neurologist Bevil Conway as they explores how the brain responds to dance and motion.
produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2008, Rubin Museum of Art, in Brainwave (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2010), 1 hour 19 mins
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Brainwave, The Compass of Pleasure
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produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2008, Rubin Museum of Art, in Brainwave (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2011), 49 mins
Whether consuming chocolate, taking drugs, engaging in sex, or doing good deeds, the pursuit of pleasure is a central drive of the human animal. In The Compass of Pleasure Johns Hopkins neuroscientist David J. Linden explains how pleasure affects us at the most fundamental level: in our brain. The master chocolati...
produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2008, Rubin Museum of Art, in Brainwave (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2011), 49 mins
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Child Development Theorists: Freud to Erikson to Spock and Beyond
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produced by Learning ZoneXpress and Chris Jones & Associates (Owatonna, MN: Learning ZoneXpress, 2009), 22 mins
Beginning with Sigmund Freud, modern child development theories have changed the way that parents raise their children and the way that teachers teach those children. This video is an entertaining and enlightening view of the major child development theorists, how the theories differ, and how more than one approac...
produced by Learning ZoneXpress and Chris Jones & Associates (Owatonna, MN: Learning ZoneXpress, 2009), 22 mins
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Child Observation No 7
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produced by Siren Films (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England: Siren Films, 2000), 45 mins

This film will support you in understanding what the difference is between an event and a time sample observation. It will also show you how to use them most effectively in your practice and how to evaluate your observations, in a clear and easy to understand way.

Learning how to do Event or Time Sample observatio...

produced by Siren Films (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England: Siren Films, 2000), 45 mins
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Child of our Time, Series 4, Episode 2, Read My Lips
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presented by Robert Winston, 1940-; produced by Ashok Prasad, fl. 1992, British Broadcasting Corporation and Open University, in Child of our Time, Series 4, Episode 2 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2004), 1 hour
Through close, ongoing study of 22 families from all over Britain and their children born in the year 2000, the BBC science department is conducting and filming a unique experiment into how children develop and what makes who we are as adults. The children are now three years old and entering a fascinating new pha...
presented by Robert Winston, 1940-; produced by Ashok Prasad, fl. 1992, British Broadcasting Corporation and Open University, in Child of our Time, Series 4, Episode 2 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2004), 1 hour
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Child of our Time, Series 6, Episode 3, Right and Wrong
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directed by David Berry, fl. 2017 and Rob Gill, fl. 2008; presented by Robert Winston, 1940-; produced by David Berry, fl. 2017 and Rob Gill, fl. 2008, Open University and British Broadcasting Corporation, in Child of our Time, Series 6, Episode 3 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2017), 59 mins
This is the sixth year of Professor Winston's series on child development, and the children are now six years old. For the first time they are really beginning to speak, giving an invaluable insight into the way they see the world. This four-part series looks at how, as children, we learn to be moral beings; how a...
directed by David Berry, fl. 2017 and Rob Gill, fl. 2008; presented by Robert Winston, 1940-; produced by David Berry, fl. 2017 and Rob Gill, fl. 2008, Open University and British Broadcasting Corporation, in Child of our Time, Series 6, Episode 3 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2017), 59 mins
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Child of our Time, Series 7, Episode 3, Killing Creativity
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directed by Josh Good, fl. 2002; presented by Robert Winston, 1940-; produced by British Broadcasting Corporation and Open University, in Child of our Time, Series 7, Episode 3 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2007), 58 mins
This unique documentary series that follows the lives of 25 children born in the year 2000 is now in its seventh year. At the age of six, most of the children still lived in a magical world populated by tooth fairies, Father Christmas and monsters under the bed. But by the age of seven, most of them have out grown...
directed by Josh Good, fl. 2002; presented by Robert Winston, 1940-; produced by British Broadcasting Corporation and Open University, in Child of our Time, Series 7, Episode 3 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2007), 58 mins
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