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Connections: Sensation

Stimuli from the world around us touch our senses, is picked up by receptor cells, and convert that information into signals that can be recognized by the central nervous system. Discover how this remarkable and discerning process lets us fully experience our world.
Online
2015; 2006
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The Magic of the Mind: The Story of Psychology

The field of psychology delves into universal questions of human behavior. Explore the historical and modern ideas about the mind-body relationship. Understand the diverse perspectives that comprise the field.
Online
2015; 2006
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Different Strokes: Nurture and Human Diversity

How important is our environment in determining who we are? Examine the influences of the prenatal environment, peer groups, and the power of culture. Consider the differences in cultures, and learn how prejudices and stereotypes shape our attitudes.
Online
2015; 2006
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People to People: Social Psychology

This video explores social thinking, social influence, and social relations of both the antisocial and pro-social varieties. How do we understand other people? Consider the kinds of force a group exerts.
Online
2015; 2006
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The Mind's Storehouse: Memory

Listen to leading memory experts discuss the encoding, storage, and retrieval of memory. Observe the physical basis of memory. Explore the debate over the validity of repressed memory.
Online
2015; 2006
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The Search for Intelligence: Intelligence

What is intelligence? This video presents several theories of intelligence, including triarchic theory, multiple intelligences, and emotional intelligence. Learn about the nature/nurture influence on intelligence and the phenomenon of stereotype threat.
Online
2015; 2006
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Endless Questions: Critical Thinking and Research

Psychologists use scientific research methods to find answers to questions about human behavior. Note the multiple methods at a researcher's disposal. Ascertain the delicate nature of human research and the ethical issues involved.
Online
2015; 2006
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The Growing Years: Conception to Childhood

Study child development from conception to infancy to childhood. This video explores the physical, cognitive, and social changes during the early stages of life.
Online
2015; 2006
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Out of Balance: Anxiety and Personality Disorders

Watch this exploration of the many variations of anxiety and personality disorders humans can experience. Learn the characteristics of personality and anxiety disorders such as panic attacks, post-traumatic stress, narcissism, and antisocial behavior.
Online
2015; 2006
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Going to Extremes: Mood Disorders and Schizophrenia

Delve into the two major categories of mood disorders, depression and bipolar disorder, and the cluster of psychoses known as schizophrenia. Recognize the contributing factors for and the symptoms of these disorders.
Online
2015; 2006
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Getting It Together: Therapy

Look at psychological and biomedical therapies and the combined approaches that are proving successful in the treatment of mental illnesses. Examine the role of the therapist and the support of community in long-term recovery efforts.
Online
2015; 2006
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Codes of Life: Behavior Genetics

Most human traits are the result of a complicated interaction between gene complexes and the environment. Find out what geneticists are discovering in studies of twins and adoptive families. Hear how researchers are assessing DNA to predict problems.
Online
2015; 2006
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The Becoming Years: Adolescence to Older Adults

While adolescence is the time we form identify and establish independence, the adult years are marked by important life events and an expansion of the self. Follow this video journey of the years from puberty to older adulthood.
Online
2015; 2006
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A Great Mystery: States of Consciousness

Of all the topics of psychology, there is none more vigorously debated than consciousness. Explore the mystery of consciousness and the dimensions of awareness, circadian rhythms, sleep, and dreams.
Online
2015; 2006
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Emotion

Listen to pre-eminent psychologists examine the distinguishing characteristics of emotion. Think about how emotions are measured and regulated. Examine gender and cultural differences in emotions. Explore the emotions of anger and happiness.
Online
2015; 2006
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Interpretations: Perception

Constructing the outside world inside our heads requires us to select, organize, and interpret sensations and transform them into perceptions that create meaning. Discover what slips through the sensory overload to reach the final translation.
Online
2015; 2006
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The Learning Machine: Learning

Delve into the multiple ways humans and animals learn. Examine case studies on classical and operant conditioning, as well as Albert Bandura's work on pro-social observational learning.
Online
2015; 2006
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The Enduring Self: Personality

Look at personality traits from traditional perspectives and contemporary research. Explore personality traits, personality inventories, and social-cognitive research. Probe the dimensions of just who we are by looking at studies of self and self-esteem.
Online
2015; 2006
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Stressed to the Limit: Stress and Health

Discover how stress affects people. Explore various topics of health psychology, including the fight-or-flight response, immune system responses to stress, and the value of social support in reducing stress.
Online
2015; 2006
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Thinking and Language

The most concrete evidence of human beings' ability to think is our use of language. This video explores how we think, how we form our judgments and make decisions, and how we develop language.
Online
2015; 2006