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Psychology in Action

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Because attachment is thought to have an evolutionary basis, attachment theory is also related to Evolutionary Psychology." The End of Life Exploring Death in America A page set up by the NPR show "All Things Considered." It contains transcripts of interviews and links to other resources. Developmental Psychology Links Links to infancy, childhood development, child protection, parenting, adolescence, and many more child development topics. Instructor's Resource Guide                               Chapter 10                                          Page  57        
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          S uggested F ilms and V ideos Child Development Insight Media, 1992. 30 minutes. This program presents a historical overview of the contributions of Locke, Rousseau, Freud, Erikson, Bowlby, Watson, Gessel, and Piaget. The methods, challenges, and problems of studying development are considered. Teenage Mind and Body Insight Media, 1990. 30 minutes. This video explores the areas of adolescent cognitive and physical development. Highlights include Kohlberg's theory of moral development and moral reasoning, as well as Elkind's discussion of formal operations and adolescent egocentrism. Adulthood Insight Media, 1990. 60 minutes each. The three tapes in this series examine the psychological, biological, and social forces that contribute to adult development. Tapes are Early Adulthood, Middle Adulthood, and Late Adulthood. Brandon and Rachel: Patterns of Infant Development U.C. Media Extension Center (Berkeley), 1991. 34 minutes. Two 7-month-olds are visiting a child development class. The professor uses these infants to demonstrate principles of motor, language, and personality development. Students are asked to do a personality profile for each infant (which follows stereotyped sex roles), but what happens if they are wearing the wrong clothing? The surprise ending will generate lively discussion. Pulling the Punches Filmmakers Library, 1994. 30 minutes. This video provides an intimate view of one man's therapy to control his abusive behavior toward his wife. The patient was treated at Everyman's Center in London, where his interactions with his counselor were recorded. Domestic Violence: Which Way Out? Filmmakers Library, 1994. 30 minutes. This film documents a successful treatment program in Bellevue, Washington, with a 4% repeat offense rate for those who complete the intensive therapy. Child Sex Abusers Films for the Humanities and Sciences, 1995. 28 minutes. This is a specially adapted Phil Donahue show featuring mothers and their daughters who have been molested by brothers, half-brothers, and neighborhood kids. An expert who deals with abusive children (1) counsels what to look for and what to do with abusive kids, and (2) counsels kids who are being abused.
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