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Psychology 2240
Social Psychology
Videos & DVDs in the College of DuPage Library

100% Woman
Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2005
(DVD, 60 min.)
A post-operative transsexual, Michelle Dumaresq, has provoked outrage by entering the sport of women's mountain bike racing. The program explores complex issues of gender identity surrounding the controversy and manifested in Dumaresq's personal and professional relationships. Includes commentary from her parents and interviews with Michelle, friends, and rival cyclists.
SUBJECTS Transsexualism.
LOCATION: Circulation Desk
HQ 77.8 .D86 O64

Adolescence: cognitive & moral development.
Barrington , IL : Magna Systems ; Northbrook , IL : Film Ideas [distributor], c1995
(30 min.)
Discusses the physical-motor development in adolescence and also defines the relationship with parents: ambivalence, interaction, and influence.
SUBJECTS Adolescence; Adolescent psychology; Identity (Psychology) in adolescence
BF724 .A4 1995 Circulation Desk

Adolescence: social and emotional development.
Barrington , IL : Magna Systems ; Northbrook , IL : Film Ideas [distributor], c1995
(38 min.)
Discusses the development of identity in adolescents.
SUBJECTS Adolescence; Adolescent psychology; Identity (Psychology) in adolescence
BF724 .A46 1995 Circulation Desk

Adolescent cognition: thinking in a new key.
San Luis Obispo, CA : Davidson Films, c1999
(32 min., 30 sec.); 1 learning guide; 1 computer disk
Referring to the work of Piaget, Erikson, Goffman and his own studies, David Elkind looks at the intellectual, emotional and social consequences that result from the changes in thinking as adolescents undergo the sometimes awkward transition into adult forms of thought.
SUBJECTS Adolescent psychology; Thought and thinking; Self-perception in adolescence
BF724.3.S35 A36 1999 Circulation Desk

Among equals.
New York , NY : Distributed by Ambrose Video, c1991.
(57 min.)
Explores the importance of peer relationships in middle childhood development. Children are seen working out moral dilemmas and social relationships and developing strong self identity. Participation in youth groups and team sports become rehearsals for life.
SUBJECTS Social interaction in children; Friendship in children; Peer pressure; Children; Child development; Child psychology
HQ 781 .C4 1991x pt.6 Circulation Desk

The Art of being fully human.
Washington , D.C. : PBS Video [distributor], c1979
(58 min.)
Author Leo Buscaglia delivers an address in which he calls for an active approach to living, an appreciation of time, and a savoring of experience.
SUBJECTS Conduct of life; Self-realization; Self-actualization (Psychology)
BJ 1581.2 .B852 1979 Circulation Desk & General

Beyond hate.
New York : Mystic Fire Video, 1991
(90 min.)
Through the experiences of world figures, gang leaders, and young people trying to cope with violence in their lives, Beyond hate chronicles the impact of hate on its victims, and probes its many dimensions. Moyers listens to those gripped by hatred and those victimized by it. He also focuses on individuals and groups who are working to move beyond hatred to achieve tolerance and acceptance.
SUBJECTS Hate; Hate crimes; Prejudices; Emotions
BF 575 .H3 B4 1991 General

Berkeley , CA : University of California Extension Center for Media and Independent Learning, c2000
(58 min.)
Once a fanatical rising star in the white supremacist movement, Greg Winthrow grapples with a legacy of hatred handed down across generations in this haunting documentary. The film reveals how class divisions are masked by racial confict and follows the intense, angry and breathtakingly resourceful Winthrow as he grapples with his own redemption from a heritage of violence.
SUBJECTS White supremacy movements -- United States; Neo-Nazism -- United States; Skinheads -- United States; Racism -- United States; Men -- Psychology; Men -- United States -- Attitudes; Aggressiveness -- Case studies; Social classes -- United States; United States -- Race relations
E184.A1 B55 2000 Circulation Desk

Blue eyed.
San Francisco, CA : California Newsreel, c1996
(34 mins)
In order to explore gender and racial bias in modern American society, Jane Elliott, a behavioral psychologist, arbitrarily segregates blue-eyed from brown-eyed persons, raising the expectations of one group, downgrading the other. Individual analysis outlines the problems faced by group members within the workshop and their real-life experiences.
SUBJECTS Segregation; Racism; Prejudices
BF 575 .P9 B584 1996 Circulation Desk

Body image: let's get real.
Princeton , N.J. : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, c2000
(48 min.)
Using personal, candid statements from teenagers, explores media glorification of arbitrary physical types, peer pressure and how these effect adolescent self-image. Discusses media stereotyping, eating disorders, self-esteem, balanced nutrition and sexuality.
SUBJECTS Body image in adolescence; Mass media and teenagers; Self-esteem in adolescence; Identity (Psychology) in adolescence
BF724.3.B55 B63 2000 General

Body language: non-verbal communication.
Lake Zurich , Ill. : Learning Seed, c1994
(25 min.); 1 teacher's guide
Teaches how gestures, posture, eye movements and control of personal space are important means of communication. NOTE pt. 1. Gestures and signals -- pt. 2. Eye contact -- pt. 3. Facial expressions -- pt. 4. Posture -- pt. 5. Position and territory.
SUBJECT Nonverbal communication; Body language
BF637.N66 B6 1994 Circulation Desk

Body politics.
Princeton , NJ : Films for the Humanities, c1997
(48 min.)
Takes a provocative look at women's efforts to change societal attitudes about the "ideal" female form. Propaganda from the 40s and 50s picturing the "ideal" female figure presents an interesting contrast to several contemporary women who are challenging the old attitudes.
SUBJECTS Women -- Psychology; Women -- Sociological aspects; Women -- Social conditions; Body image
BF697.5.B63 B639 1997 General

BodyTalk: teens talk about their bodies, eating disorders and activism.
Berkeley , CA : Body Positive, c1999
(28 min.); 1 facilitator's guide
Discusses body acceptance issues for 9 to 18-year old girls and boys. Girls and boys from diverse ethnic backgrounds and a range of socio-economic status and body sizes discuss the messages they receive from media, family, and fiends about their bodies and eating patterns. Focuses on their resulting struggles, how they resist and change, and how they heal.
SUBJECTS Self-acceptance; Body image; Overweight persons -- Psychology; Weight loss -- Psychological aspects; Self-esteem
BF575.S37 B6 1999 General

Boys & girls are different: men, women & the sex difference.
[ Oak Forest , Ill. ] : MPI Home Video, c1995
(50 min.)
Investigates the influences of biology and environment and questions whether the two sexes are alike or innately different.
SUBJECT Sex differences; Sex differences -- Social aspects; Sex differences (Psychology)
HQ1075 .B6 1995 General

Brother of mine: youth violence and society.
Princeton , N.J. : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, c1999
(50 min.)
Takes a comprehensive and far-reaching look at why younger kids are becoming more violent at home, at school, and on the streets. Presents examples of proactive school-based programs such as group feedback sessions, student mentoring, and parenting classes as techniques in promoting peaceful conflict resolution.
SUBJECTS Children and violence; School violence -- Canada; Juvenile delinquency -- Canada; Violence -- Social aspects; Violence -- Environmental aspects; Violence -- Psychological aspects; Aggressiveness in youth
HQ784.V55 B76 1999 General

Bullied to Death.
A&E Home Video: c2000.
(50 min.)
Examines the "national epidemic" of bullying, which may drive children to violence against themselves or others, and which has played a role in recent schoolyard shootings across the U.S. Includes examinations of the case of a high school sophomore in Atlanta who committed suicide after years of being bullied at school, and the Columbine High School shooting in Colorado committed by Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, who had been teased and taunted at school for years. Offers interviews with children who have been victims of bullying, and looks at a program which aims to prevent the destructive practice.
SUBJECTS: Columbine High School ; Bullying; School Violence; School Shootings; Suicide; Teenagers-Suicidal Behavior.
BF 637 .B85 B8 2000

Childhood, a journey. Preserving the child.
[1996], c1991
(ca. 50 min.)
Also known as: Psychology 230, Telecourse, College of DuPage
Examines the problems of children living in the streets and of children growing up in the shadow of war, and features storytelling as a way in which elders pass culture on to children, in particular among the Navajo Indians.
SUBJECTS Children; Street children; Children and war; Children's rights
HQ781 .C45 1996 no. 1 Circulation Desk & Circ Desk Reserves & Lombard & Glendale Heights & Westmont & Naperville

Children of divorce.
[ Alexandria , Va. ] : Distributed by PBS Video, c1997
(60 min.)
Host Fred Barnes interviews psychologists, authors, children of divorced parents, and divorced parents about the emotional, social, and economic toll that divorce has taken on children of divorced parents since the 1960's.
SUBJECTS Children of divorced parents; Divorce -- Psychological aspects; Parent and child; Divorced parents
HQ777.5 .C44 1997 General

A Class divided.
Washington , DC : PBS Video [distributor], c1985
(58 min.)
Documents a reunion of Iowa teacher Jane Elliott and her third- grade class of 1970, subjects that year of an ABC News television documentary entitled: The eye of the storm. Shows how her experimental curriculum on the evils of discrimination had a lasting effect on the lives of the students.
SUBJECTS Discrimination in education -- Study and teaching (Elementary) -- Iowa -- Evaluation; Elliott, Jane; Eye of the storm (Motion picture).
LC 212.22 .I8 C52 1985 Circulation Desk

Codependency: Family Roles [v. 1].
Dallas , Texas : Family Recovery, [1987]
(53 min.)
Describes and discusses the roles that family members are assigned in order to meet the needs and stay within the rigid rules of the dysfunctional family, a co-dependency system.
SUBJECTS Codependency; Alcoholics -- Family Relationships; Interpersonal Relations
RC569.5.C63 C6 1987 Circulation Desk

Princeton , NJ : Films for the Humanities, c1995
(57 min.)
Discusses the progress neuroscience has made to explain consciousness and the way the brain organizes the sensory information it receives to create a coherent picture of the world.
SUBJECTS Consciousness; Mind and body; Self
QP411 .C66 1995 Circulation Desk

Crimes of hate.
Ho-Ho-Kus , N.J. : ADL Film Library, c1990.
(30 min.)
Reveals the twisted thinking of perpetrators of bias crimes, the anguish of the victims, and the strategies used by law enforcement officials, community organizations, and individuals to address these crimes.
SUBJECTS Hate crimes -- United States; Antisemitism -- United States; Racism -- United States; Homophobia -- United States; Prejudices -- United States
BF575.H3 C7 1990 Circulation Desk

Princeton , NJ : Films for the Humanities, c1995
(23 min.)
Explains scientifically what death is and how death is an essential element in the survival of the species. Also covers the psychological and social dimensions of death, mourning, and the acceptance of death.
SUBJECTS Death; Death -- Proof and certification; Death -- Psychological aspects; Death -- Religious
QH530 .D4 1995 Circulation Desk

Developing capable people.
Provo , UT. : Empowering People Books, Tapes & Videos c1993
4 videocassettes (ca. 90 min. each)
1. Introduction to developing capable people (60 min.) -- 2. Empowering others (90 min.) -- 3. The greatest human need (90 min.) -- 4. Six steps to developing responsibility (90 min.)
SUBJECTS Parent and child; Perception in children; Self-reliance in children; Self-esteem in children
BF723.S29 G58 1993 General

Developing child.
Also known as: Child care 101, Telecourse, College of DuPage
Provides basic information on the physical, cognitive, social, and emotional development of children.
1A. Child observation techniques -- 1. Study of the child : history and trends -- 2. Theories of development -- 3. Observation -- 4. Heredity and the environment -- 5. Prenatal development -- 6. Pregnancy and birth -- 7. The newborn -- 8. Infancy : landmarks of development -- 9. Infancy : beginnings in cognition and language -- 10. Infancy : early relationships -- 11. Infancy : self and social world -- 12. Early child care and education -- 13. The child in the family -- 13A. Styles of parenting -- 14. Nutrition -- 15. Exceptional children -- 16. Toddlerhood : physical and cognitive development -- 17. Toddlerhood : emotional development -- 17A. The terrific twos -- 18. Preschoolers : physical and cognitive development -- 18A. Piaget's developmental theory -- 19. Preschoolers : social and emotional development -- 20. Play -- 20A. The creative spirit - pt. 1 -- 21. Language development -- 22. Self identity and sex role development -- 23. Moral development -- 24. Middle childhood : physical growth and development -- 25.Middle childhood ; cognitive and language development -- 26. Middle childhood : social and emotional development -- 27. Adolescence: Physical growth and development -- 28. Adolescence : cognitive and moral development -- 29. Adolescence : social and emotional development -- 30. Adolescence : current issues I -- 31. Adolescence : current issues II.
SUBJECT Child development; Child psychology
LB1115 .D4 1997 Circulation Desk & Lombard & Westmont & Bloomingdale & Naperville & Telecourse

A Different kind of life .
Alexandria, Va. : PBS Video [distributor], c1981
(28 min.)
Profiles three women who have cancer, showing how they and their families and friends deal with their illness and how they live productive lives. Emphasizes the need that cancer patients have to be counted among the living, not the dying.
SUBJECTS Cancer -- Patients -- Family relationships: Women -- Family relationships; Cancer -- Psychological aspects.
RC 263 .D5 1981x Circulation Desk

Discovering psychology. Program 5-6.
[ Boston , Mass. ] : WGBH Educational Foundation ; [ South Burlington , VT ] : [distributed by] Annenberg/CPB, c2001
(ca. 60 min.)
NOTE Presents two episodes; each episode ca. 30 min.
Part of a 26-part introductory course in psychology that offers an overview of historic and current theories of human behavior and features demonstrations, classic experiments and simulations. Program 5 looks at how both heredity and environment contribute to the development of children and the nature vs. nurture debate. Program 6 describes how psychologists search for truths about the mind, society, and culture by studying how children develop complex language skills and use language in social communication. NOTE The developing child -- Language development.
SUBJECTS Nature and nurture; Language acquisition; Interpersonal communication in children; Child psychology; Child development; Social psychology -- Research -- Methodology; Ethnopsychology -- Research -- Methodology; Psychology -- Research
BF121 .D524 2001 Circulation Desk & General

Discovering psychology. Program 7-8.
[ Boston , Mass. ] : WGBH Educational Foundation ; [ South Burlington , VT ] : [distributed by] Annenberg/CPB, c2001
(ca. 60 min.)
NOTE Presents two episodes; each episode ca. 30 min.
Part of a 26-part introductory course in psychology that offers an overview of historic and current theories of human behavior and features demonstrations, classic experiments and simulations. Program 7 deals with how we transform raw sensory data into meaningful impressions. Also focuses on the ways personal experience, our culture, and interests influence our perceptions. Program 8 describes the principles of classical and operant conditioning to show how learning occurs. Features the research of Pavlov, Thorndike, Watson and Skinner. NOTE Sensation and perception -- Learning.
SUBJECTS Perception; Senses and sensation; Classical conditioning; Operant conditioning
BF121 .D525 2001 Circulation Desk & General

Discovering psychology. Program 19-20.
[ Boston , Mass. ] : WGBH Educational Foundation ; [ South Burlington , VT ] : [distributed by] Annenberg/CPB, c2001
(ca. 60 min.)
NOTE Presents two episodes; each episode ca. 30 min.
Part of a 26-part introductory course in psychology that offers an overview of historic and current theories of human behavior and features demonstrations, classic experiments and simulations. Program 19 examines how other people and subtle situational forces can manipulate beliefs and behavior. Also examines how social psychologists interpret human behavior within its broader social context. Program 20 looks at how mental processes color our interpretations of reality. Demonstrates how understanding the psychological processes that govern our behavior may help us to become more empathetic and independent members of society. NOTE The power of the situation -- Constructing social reality. SUBJECTS Personality and situation; Social control; Manipulative behavior; Social perception; Reality; Psychology -- Research
BF121 .D533 2001 Circulation Desk & General

Discovering psychology. Program 15-16.
[ Boston , Mass. ] : WGBH Educational Foundation ; [ South Burlington , VT ] : [distributed by] Annenberg/CPB, c2001
(ca. 60 min.)
NOTE: Presents two episodes; each episode ca. 30 min.
Part of a 26-part introductory course in psychology that offers an overview of historic and current theories of human behavior and features demonstrations, classic experiments and simulations. Program 15 explores how psychologists systematically study the origins of self-identity and self- esteem, the social determinants of self-conceptions and society's role in shaping our ideas of who we really are. Also examines the emotional and motivational consequences of beliefs about oneself. Program 16 defines intelligence and how it is measured. Explores the field of psychological assessment--the efforts to assign values to different abilities, behaviors, and personalities. NOTE The self -- Testing and intelligence.
SUBJECTS Self-perception; Motivation (Psychology); Self; Identity (Psychology); Intellect; Intelligence tests; Psychology -- Research
BF121 .D529 2001 Circulation Desk & General

Discovering psychology. Program 17-18.
[ Boston , Mass. ] : WGBH Educational Foundation ; [ South Burlington , VT ] : [distributed by] Annenberg/CPB, c2001
(ca. 60 min.)
NOTE Presents two episodes; each episode ca. 30 min.
Part of a 26-part introductory course in psychology that offers an overview of historic and current theories of human behavior and features demonstrations, classic experiments and simulations. Program 17 questions whether men and women are psychologically different or if they are similar in some ways. Also examines how sex roles reflect social values. Program 18 looks at physical and psychological aging and shows how society reacts to the last stages of life. NOTE Sex and gender -- Maturing and aging. SUBJECTS Sex differences (Psychology); Sex role -- Sociological aspects; Gender identity; Psychosexual development; Sex (Psychology); Aging -- Psychological aspects; Aging; Psychology -- Research
BF121 .D532 2001 Circulation Desk & General

Discovering psychology. Program 19-20.
[ Boston , Mass. ] : WGBH Educational Foundation ; [ South Burlington , VT ] : [distributed by] Annenberg/CPB, c2001
(ca. 60 min.)
NOTE Presents two episodes; each episode ca. 30 min.
Part of a 26-part introductory course in psychology that offers an overview of historic and current theories of human behavior and features demonstrations, classic experiments and simulations. Program 19 examines how other people and subtle situational forces can manipulate beliefs and behavior. Also examines how social psychologists interpret human behavior within its broader social context. Program 20 looks at how mental processes color our interpretations of reality. Demonstrates how understanding the psychological processes that govern our behavior may help us to become more empathetic and independent members of society. NOTE The power of the situation -- Constructing social reality. SUBJECTS Personality and situation; Social control; Manipulative behavior; Social perception; Reality; Psychology -- Research
BF121 .D533 2001 Circulation Desk & General

Discovering psychology. Program 25-26.
[ Boston , Mass. ] : WGBH Educational Foundation ; [ South Burlington , VT ] : [distributed by] Annenberg/CPB, c2001
(ca. 60 min.)
NOTE Presents two episodes; each episode ca. 30 min.
Part of a 26-part introductory course in psychology that offers an overview of historic and current theories of human behavior and features demonstrations, classic experiments and simulations. Program 25 represents the attempt to understand mental processes at the level of the brain's functioning and not merely from information-processing models and theories. It relies heavily on an empirical analysis of what is happening in the brain, and where, when a person thinks, reasons, decides, judges, encodes information, recalls information, learns, and solves problems. Program 26 discusses how culture shapes our thinking, feeling and actions. Cultural psychology integrates cross-cultural research with social and personality psychology, anthropology, and other social sciences. Its main new perspective is centered on how cultures construct selves and other central aspects of individual personality, beliefs, values, and emotions--much of what we are and do. This area has become more important in both psychology and American society with the globalization of our planet, increasing interaction of people from different cultural backgrounds, and emerging issues of diversity. NOTE Cognitive neuroscience -- Cultural psychology.
SUBJECTS Clinical neuropsychology; Brain -- Localization of functions; Brain -- Imaging; Learning, Psychology of; Reading; Cognition -- Social aspects; Emotions and cognition; Attitude (Psychology) -- Testing; Culture -- Psychological aspects; Self; Cognitive neuroscience
BF121 .D536 2001 Circulation Desk & General

Don't divorce the children.
Santa Monica , Calif. : Direct Cinema Limited, c1989
(60 min.)
Profiles six divorced families to see the effects divorce can have on children. Offers solutions to help alleviate the "tug- of-love" that is often experienced in divorced families.
SUBJECTS Children of divorced parents -- United States ; Divorce -- United States
HQ777.5 .D6 1989 General

Dreamworlds 2 : desire/sex/power in music video.
Northampton , MA : Media Education Foundation, c1995
(57 min.)
A controversial video that MTV tried to ban. Portrays the impact that sex and violence in media have on society and culture in our everyday life. Shows scenes from over 165 music videos to show how the media portrays masculinity, femininity, sex, and sex roles. Includes a scene of a brutal gang rape from the movie, The accused.
SUBJECTS Sex in mass media; Sex on television; Violence in mass media; Women in mass media; Sex role in mass media; Mass media -- United States
PN1992.8.M87 D7 1995 Circulation Desk

Dying, death and bereavement.
S. Burlington , VT : Annenberg/CPB Collection, 1993
(58 min.); 1 faculty guide
SERIES Title: Growing old in a new age ; 11
Looks at the prospects of death and dying. Older people share their views on widowhood and grief.
SUBJECTS Aged; Death; Bereavement in old age; Grief; Widowhood
HQ1064.U5 G7 1993, pt.11 Circulation Desk

Emotional intelligence: a new vision for educators.
Port Chester, N.Y. : National Professional Resources, c1996
(40 min.)
Defines emotional literacy and its five skills: self-awareness, managing moods, motivation, empathy and social skills. Illustrates the importance of emotional intelligence to a person's success in life, and how emotional literacy programs in schools can teach children how to manage their emotional side.
SUBJECTS Emotions; Emotions and cognition; Emotions -- Social aspects
BF561 .G66 1996 Circulation Desk

Enter toddling.
Lubbock , TX : Creative Educational Video, c1990
(21 min.)
Discusses specific self-esteem enhancing techniques for use with children aged 12-24 months.
SUBJECT Self-esteem in children
BF723.S3 E6 1990 General

Erik H. Erikson: a life's work.
Davis, Calif. : Davidson Films, Inc., c1992
(38 min.); 1 teaching guide
Using archival materials, interviews, and new footage, this film discusses Erikson's theory that the interplay of genetics, cultural influences and unique experiences produces individual human lives. SUBJECTS Erikson, Erik H. (Erik Homburger), 1902-; Psychoanalysts -- United States -- Biography; Identity (Psychology) in children; Personality
RC339.52.E75 E754 1992 Circulation Desk

Everybody rides the carousel: a view of the stages of life.
Carmel , Calif. : [released by] Pacific Arts Corp., [198-?], c1975.
(72 min.)
Presents in animation the eight stages of life in the phases of personality development described by psychologist Erik H. Erikson. Includes a variety of open-ended situations.
SUBJECT Developmental psychology.
BF 713 .E8 1985x Circulation Desk

Facing death.
New York , NY : Ambrose Video Pub., [1988?]
(ca. 30 min.)
Deals with the difficult issue of terminal illness and facing death. Psychiatrists, doctors, clergy, and others who have experience in dealing with the dying, talk about the current knowledge of how we all face death and about the various choices the ill and their families may be called upon to make: whether to die at home, in a hospital, or in a special hospital for the terminally ill.
SUBJECTS Terminal care; Death -- Psychological aspects
R726.8 .F3 1988 General

Facing hate: with Elie Wiesel and Bill Moyers.
Princeton , NJ : Films for the Humanities, [1997], c1991
(58 min.)
Bill Moyers interviews Elie Wiesel who probes the logic of hatred as expressed in books, religion, history and personal experience. When Wiesel was 15, his family perished in the Nazi death camp at Auschwitz . As he has struggled to understand hatred and its role in contemporary world affairs, he has become a prolific writer, a leader in the worldwide cause of human rights. and the winner of the 1986 Nobel Peace Prize.
SUBJECTS Wiesel, Elie, 1928- -- Interviews; H; Prejudices; Hate crimes; Holocaust survivors
BF575.H3 F3 1997 General

Princeton , NJ : Films for the Humanities, [2000]
(53 min.)
Examines the history and current state of family life around the world.
SUBJECTS Family; Family -- History
HQ503 .F3 2000 Circulation Desk

A Family in grief: the Ameche story.
Champaign , IL : Research Press Co., 1987
(26 min.)
Shows the heartfelt thoughts, feelings, and experiences of parents and siblings regarding a sudden death in their family. Viewers will gain insights into the highly personal process of grieving.
SUBJECTS Grief; Bereavement -- Psychological aspects; Children -- Death -- Psychological aspects; Brothers and sisters -- Psychological aspects; Family
BF575.G7 F36 1987 Circulation Desk

The Famine within.
Santa Monica , CA : Direct Cinema Limited, 1990
(90 min.)
Documents the contemporary obsession with an unrealistic body size and shape among North American women and the eating disorders it engenders.
SUBJECTS Body image; Women -- Mental health; Femininity (Psychology); Sex role; Eating disorders
BF697.5.B63 F3 1990 General

Fat chance.
Oley, PA : Bullfrog Films, c1994
(ca. 73 min.)
A story of Rick Zakowich's journey toward a new sense of self. Caught in a world where looks are everything he aspires to thinness, but ultimately begins to question the real values of this world promulgated by media, fashion and diet-mania.
SUBJECTS Obesity; Body image; Weight loss
RC 628 .F33 1994 General

Future risk: the impact of violence on children.
Princeton , NJ : Films for the Humanities, c1995
(28 min.)
Looks at the sources of violence that affect children in their everyday lives at school, at home, and on the streets.
SUBJECTS Children and violence; Violence -- Psychological aspects; Violence -- Prevention
RC569.5.V55 F88 1995e General

Gender and communication.
[ Lake Zurich , IL ] : Learning Seed, c1994
(22 min.)
Explores why males and females have so much trouble communicating and suggests how men and women can communicate successfully in spite of their differences.
SUBJECTS Communication -- Social aspects; Sex role
HM258 .G4 1994 General

The good death.
New York , NY : Ambrose Video Publishing, c1993
(60 min.)
Examines how people across the world take great measure to control the moment of death and create a "good death." Includes a visit to the Alcor Foundation in Riverside, California, where over 35 people have been cryonically frozen; to Taiwan, to look at the ancient Chinese belief that the best way to delay death is proper diet and exercise; to the purported Fountain of Youth in Warm Mineral Spring, Florida; to Benares, India--for Hindus the best city on earth in which to die; and finally go to a Sydney, Australia hospice where the terminally ill get respect, attention and a heck of a party every Friday afternoon. SUBJECT Death -- Religious aspects.
SUBJECTS Death -- Psychological aspects; Death -- Social aspects
BF789.D4 G6 1993 Circulation Desk

The goose story.
Richmond , KY : EKU Television, 1992
( 3:45 min.)
Discusses why geese fly in a "V" formation. Compares the cooperative and caring behavior of geese with human behavior. Suggests that people can help to make a job easier by helping one another and standing by one another to give comfort.
SUBJECTS Altruism; Altruistic behavior in animals; Geese -- Psychology
BF637.H4 G6 1992 General

Gorgeous: starring Hermoine the modern girl.
New York , NY : First Run/Icarus Films, 1994
(11 min.)
Undermined by her evil inner voice, Hermoine the modern girl tries exercise, plastic surgery, beauty therapy and bulimia to look gorgeous for a job interview. Eventually, she rebels against her inner voice and her obsession with beauty.
SUBJECT Body image -- Humor; Beauty, Personal -- Psychological aspects; Self-esteem in women -- Humor; Feminine beauty (Aesthetics); Women -- Conduct of life -- Humor
BF697.5.B63 G6 1994 General

Great expectations.
New York , NY : Distributed by Ambrose Video, c1991
(57 min.)
Explores the mutual influence and importance of both nature and nurture in the development of children. Witnesses births in Russia , America , and Brazil to show how different societies approach this experience.
SUBJECTS Nature and nurture; Children; Child development; Child psychology
HQ 781 .C4 1991x pt.1 Circulation Desk

Grief in America .
Boston , MA : Fanlight Productions, c1997
(57 min., 6 sec.)
Examines some common myths about grieving, the importance of social supports, the impact of ethnic traditions regarding grief and the social costs of unresolved grieving.
SUBJECTS Grief -- Social aspects; Death -- Social aspects -- United States
BF575.G7 G7 1997 Circulation Desk

Growing up gay.
Los Angeles , Calif. : Distributed by Motivational Media, c1993
(56:40 min.)
Presents a compelling look at the challenges of growing up gay in a heterosexual world.
SUBJECT Homosexuality; Gays -- Identity; Lesbians -- Identity
HQ76.25 .G76 1993 General

He said, she said.
Los Angeles , CA : Into the Classroom Media , 2000
(55 min.)
Live video presentation of Deborah Tannen's seminal contributions to the understanding of gender, language and communication. Produced, edited and paced for curricular use in communication, linguistics, psychology, sociology and other social sciences classes.
SUBJECTS Communication -- Sex differences; Language and languages -- Sex differences; Sex differences (Psychology); Interpersonnal relations; Women -- Language
P96.S48 H4 2000 Circulation Desk

Heroes and strangers : a film about our fathers.
Wayne , NJ : New Day Films, 1984
(29 min.)
A personal exploration of traditional fathering. A young man and a young woman break the silence with their fathers. Examines the social and economic underpinnings of the father's role.
SUBJECTS Fathers; Fathers and sons; Fathers and daughters; Fathers -- Economic conditions; Fathers -- Social conditions
HQ 756 .H4 1984x General

Hi-tech hate.
Princeton , NJ : Films for the Humanities, c1996
(45 min.)
Extremists are increasingly using the free flow of information allowed by the Internet to spread messages of hate around the globe. This program begins in a computer class in a Toronto high school where students find racist propaganda on a neo-Nazi web site. Interviews the purveyors of this information and those who oppose them on-line.
SUBJECTS Racism; Hate; Internet; Propaganda
BF575.H3 H5 1996 Circulation Desk

Homosexuality, nature vs. nurture.
Princeton , NJ : Films for the Humanities & Sciences [distributor], [1988], c1987
(25 min.)
Explores the origins of human sexualty, examining the biological, genetic, psychological and cultural roots of sexual behavior. Includes interviews with gays, psychiatrists and researchers.
SUBJECT Homosexuality; Gays -- Attitudes.
HQ76.25 .H674 1988x Circulation Desk

How biased are you?
Princeton , NJ : Films for the Humanities and Sciences, c2001
(45 min.)
Explores the history and practice of racism through its extreme manifestations, such as slavery, the Holocaust, segregation, bias crimes, and racial profiling. Uses hidden cameras to show the different experiences of black and white persons in the same situations, such as shopping in a store. Examines the provocative bias-sensitivity test developed by Anthony Greenwald and Mahzarin Banaji, which looks for hidden, subconscious biases.
SUBJECTS Prejudices; Racism
BF575.P9 H69 2001 General

Human aggression.
University Park , PA : Pennsylvania State University Audio-Visual Services, [198-?]
(24 min.)
Examines modern psychological theory and research on aggression, exploring where it comes from, how it is shaped, and what purpose it serves. NOTE: Written and produced by Stanley Milgram.
SUBJECTS Aggressiveness; Violence; Police psychology
BF575.A3 H8 1985 Circulation Desk

The human animal : a natural history of the human species. The language of the body.
[ Bethesda , MD ] : TLC Video ; Princeton , NJ : Films for the Humanities [distributor], [1999]
(50 min.)
Although humans can make more than 3,000 hand gestures, even the simpest have numerous variations and interpretations. This program, filmed on five continents, examines not only hand gestures, but facial expressions, head shakes and body distance as well--and the misunderstandings that can occur when body language is transported across cultural lines. Supression of body language is also discussed, along with "nonverbal leakage," in which the body's language can belie a speaker's words.
SUBJECTS Human behavior -- Cross-cultural studies; Nonverbal communication; Body language; Gesture; Facial expression; Social perception; Impression formation (Psychology)
BF637.N66 H8 1999 General

The human face: emotions, identities and masks.
Berkeley , CA : University of California Extension Center for Media and Independent Learning, c1996
(30 min.); 1 guide
The face is the "organ of emotion" and we constantly read facial expressions to understand what others are feeling. The face also contains other powerful clues. Our identity is captured in our features. Our eyes can reveal important truths about us, even those we would prefer to conceal. The face also plays a critical role in physical attractiveness.
SUBJECT Facial expression; Nonverbal communication
BF592.F33 H8 1996 Circulation Desk

The human sexes.
Bethesda , MD : Discovery Channel Video, c1997
6 videocassettes (ca. 50 min. ea.)
Desmond Morris discusses his research on human sexuality and sex roles. Includes discussions of cultural differences. NOTE v. 1. Different but equal -- v. 2. Language of the sexes -- v. 3. Patterns of love -- v. 4. Passages of life -- v. 5. The maternal dilemma -- v. 6. The gender wars.
SUBJECTS Sex (Psychology); Sex differences (Psychology); Masculinity; Femininity; Sex role
BF692.2 .H84 1997 General & Circulation Desk

I Think They Think: Overcoming Social Phobia.
Guilford Publications, 1998.
(52 min.)
Portrays the effects of social phobia in sufferers' lives. Featured are interviews with three therapy patients with commentary by cognitive-behavioral therapists. Shows how cognitive behavioral therapy helps clients monitor their fears, challenge automatic and habitual thoughts, and expose themselves gradually to anxiety-provoking situations. The use of social situations and realistic thinking records are modeled. Also covered are the pros and cons of medication use, the role of group treatment and meditation, and coping with setbacks in recovery.
SUBJECTS Social phobia; Anxiety; Behavior therapy; Cognitive therapy.
RC 552 .S62 I2 1998

If words could kill.
Springfield , Ill. : Illinois State Bar Association, 1992
(ca. 10 min.); 1 discussion guide
Discusses problems relating to bigotry and intolerance on college campuses.
SUBJECTS Prejudices; College students; Freedom of speech; Toleration; Racism
LB 2324 .I55 1992 General

In & out of control: emotional, physical and sexual violence.
Ashland , OR : CNS Productions, c1997
(38 min.)
Provides insight into the psychological complexities of violence from the viewpoint of victim, witness, and perpetrator. Examines the influence of alcohol and other drugs as escalators for a predisposed personality. Identifies triggers to violence and presents methods of treatment and prevention.
SUBJECTS Violence -- Psychological aspects; Violence -- Treatment
BF575.A3 I6 1997 Circulation Desk

In the land of the giants.
New York , NY : Distributed by Ambrose Video, c1991
(57 min.)
Features three- to five-year-olds learning social and psychological intricacies of family life. The families in this cross-cultural study teach their children how to view and cope with the wider world as they interact with it at day care and school. Shows varying models of behavior and codes of discipline to mold children in their culture's proper social image. Discusses jealousy, punishment, gender task assignments, and the importance of birth order to children.
SUBJECTS Children; Child development; Parent and child; Family; Jealousy in children
HQ 781 .C4 1991x pt.4 Circulation Desk

Infancy: early relationships.
Barrington , Ill. : Magna Systems, c2003
(27 mins.)
Discusses how the establishment of trust or mistrust depends upon the infant's significant early relationships. Looks at bonding and attachment between parent and child, as well as stranger anxiety and separation anxiety.
SUBJECTS Infants; Child development; Attachment behavior
HQ 774 .I64 2003 Circulation Desk

Infancy: emotional and social world.
Barrington , Ill. : Magna Systems, c2003
(23 mins.)
This program looks at emotions during infancy. The development of emotions are clearly identifiable and during the first year four stages of emotional milestones reflect close interaction with the parent. Discusses the role of the parent in responding to strong emotions and redirecting unwanted behavior. Looks at the ways the young child learns the culture, values, attitudes and rules within the family.
SUBJECTS Infants; Child development
HQ 774 .I642 2003 Circulation Desk

Insights into violence.
Princeton , NJ : Films for the Humanities, [1999]
(30 min.)
Examines the many manifestations of violence, from sports to murder and genocide; how societies harness violence; and how the latest research reveals that violence might have served a necessary function for group survival that continues in our genetic makeup today.
SUBJECT Violence
HM1116 .I6 1999 General

Keeping up appearances.
Princeton , NJ : Films for the Humanities, [1999]
(25 min.)
Whether following stated procedures or complying with implicit rules of conduct, modern humans willingly modify their behavior dozens of times each day. This program investigates the conformity necessary for mass interactions and the flexibility required to learn and use the behaviors of conformity.
SUBJECTS Conformity; Social influence; City and town life; Urban anthropology
HM1246 .K4 1999 General

Kids and sex.
New York , NY : ABC News, c1995
(23 min.)
The first segment of this report reveals what very young children know and talk about in our sex-saturated society. Shows new, disturbing attitudes among the very young with the implication that all the sex shown on daytime or primetime TV and in movies is not going over the heads of these children. The second segment discusses aggressive children and their sexual activities in school and on the playground. Also discusses abuse reactive behavior. NOTE pt. 1. Age of innocents / edited by Ed Delgado, Jim Sabat (16 min.) -- pt. 2. Innocence lost / edited by Ralph Avellino (7 min.)
SUBJECTS Children and sex; Children -- Attitudes; Sex role in children; Children -- Sexual behavior
HQ784.S45 K5 1995 Circulation Desk

The language of dreams: an educational series for dreamers.
Pacoima , Calif. : DreamWeavers, 1995-1996
16 videocassettes (ca. 60 min. each)
Shares methods of relating to one's dreams. Emphasizes Jung's synthetic, creative approach in translating the language of dreams. NOTE tape 1. Relating to your dreams, the method -- tape 2. Relating to your dreams, more method -- tape 3. Women in women's dreams -- tape 4. Men in women's dreams -- tape 5. Men in men's dreams -- tape 6. Women in men's dreams -- tape 7. Birds and flying creatures, part 1 -- tape 8. Birds and flying creatures, part 2 -- tape 9. Snakes in dreams -- tape 10. Cars, bikes, trains and other vehicles of transportation in dreams -- tape 12. Relationships, the inner other -- tape 13. Alchemy of relationship -- tape 14. -- Relationships, personality types -- tape 15. Clothes, hair, jewelry, female adornment in dreams -- tape 16. Menstruation, pregnancy, birth, cycles of life in women's dreams.
SUBJECTS Dream interpretation; Dreams; Men's dreams; Women's dreams; Jungian psychology; Self-actualization (Psychology)
BF175.5.D74 L3 General

Letting go.
New York , NY : Ambrose Video Publishing, c1993
(60 min.)
Looks at varying grief rituals: from America, where reallocation of roles can take place in the parking lot of a funeral home, to a small Ghanaian village where the family of the deceasesd has precise duties to perform for months after the actual burial. Includes a drive-through funeral parlor in Pensacola , Florida ; the San Francisco College of Mortuary Science; and a traditional Buddhist funeral in Osaka , Japan .
SUBJECTS Death -- Religious aspects; Funeral rites and ceremonies
BF789.F8 L4 1993 Circulation Desk

Living life fully, in love.
Washington , D.C. : PBS Video [distributor], c1982
(59 min.)
Psychologist Buscaglia advocates a positive and appreciative attitude toward life and love.
SUBJECTS Conduct of life; Love.
BF 575 .L8 L5 1982 General

Living With Schizophrenia.
Guilford Publications, 2003, c2002.
(39 min.)
Three people with schizophrenia and one person with schizo-affective disorder discuss how they manage their mental illness. Consultant psychiatrist Dr. Andy Campbell looks at the roles medication, counseling, lifestyle and peer and family support may play in the well-being of individuals.
SUBJECTS Schizophrenia: Schizophrenics--Family relationships; Schizophrenia--Social aspects.
RC 516 .L58 2002

A Love class.
Washington , D.C. : PBS Video [distributor], c1980
(46 min.)
In a question-and-answer session with 12 students and friends, Dr. Buscaglia probes the dynamnics of love and relationships: why we need them, how they start, how to develop them and how expectations can influence them.
SUBJECTS Love; Interpersonal relations; Self-actualization (Psychology)
BD 436 .L6 1980x Genera l

Love, marriage, divorce.
Barrington , IL : Magna Systems, c1999
(28 min.)
Considers various styles of relationships, making the commitment of marriage, and why so many of today's marriages end in divorce.
SUBJECTS Adulthood -- Psychological aspects; Dating (Social customs); Marriage; Divorce
BF575.L8 L69 1999 Circulation Desk

Love talk.
Alexandria , Va. : PBS Video [distributor], c1982
(30 min.)
Leo Buscaglia leads a group of high school students in this 2-part discussion about the meaning of love and its risks. Sharing love requires tolerance, compromise, respect and honesty.
BD 436 .L62 1982 General

Love, the ultimate affirmation.
Washington , D.C. : PBS Video [distributor], 1982, c1980
(58 min.)
A speech by Leo Buscaglia in which he discusses the need to form loving relationships, to discover the joy of working to make others happy, to share yourself with others, and to seek people in your life who laugh, love and enjoy.
SUBJECTS Love; Interpersonal communication; Interpersonal relations.
BF 575 .L8 L6 1982 General

Love: what is essential is invisible to the eye.
Menomonie , WI : University of Wisconsin-Stout, [1974]
(90 min.)
Leo Buscaglia tells a college audience his views on love, his philosophy of life, and his views on wisdom. Discusses self-worth and the idea that other people help an individual learn what s/he is.
SUBJECTS Love; Self-esteem
BD436 .B88 1974 General

Loving relationships.
Alexandria , VA : PBS Video [distributor], c1984
(55 min.)
Leo Buscaglia celebrates the human ability to engage in many loving relationships in one's life, given a willingness to work at it and accept other people as they are. Includes his rich repertoire of warm family stories and personal experiences.
SUBJECTS Love; Interpersonal relations
BD 436 .L63 1984 General

The Massey triad.
[Des Plaines, IL] : VPH, c1986.
3 videocassettes (192 min.)
Examines how a person's value system is established, how awareness of another person's value system can be used to improve communication and interpersonal relations, and how changing one's own perception can initiate change in the world.
NOTE pt. 1. The past : what you are is where you were when (69 min.) -- pt. 2. The present : what you are is not what you have to be (64 min.) -- pt. 3. The future : what you are is where you see (59 min.)
SUBJECTS Values; Interpersonal relations; Self-actualization (Psychology); Motivation (Psychology)
BF 778 .M3 1986x. Circulation Desk

Men and masculinity: changing roles, changing lives.
Boston , MA : Distributed by the Collective, c1990
(30 min.)
An exploration of the people, the ideas, and the activities of the pro-feminist, gay-affirmative men's movement, with informal interviews, workshop footage, and concert performances recorded at the 13th National Conference on Men and Masculinity. SUBJECTS Masculinity -- United States; Men -- United States -- Attitudes; Men -- United States -- Psychology; Sex role -- United States
HQ1090.3 .M44 1990 General

Men & women: talking together.
New York , NY : Mystic Fire Video, c1993
(62 min.)
Presents two of the most popular and exciting people at the forefront of men's and women's issues, talking to each other about gender and styles. Each brings an informed perspective on how men and women approach each other and conversation itself. Robert Bly and Deborah Tannen agree that it is crucial to describe both the differences and similarities, so that men and women can respect each other, and in the process, present a model of how that is done.
SUBJECTS Communication -- Sex differences; Communication in sex; Sex differences (Psychology); Interpersonal communication; Man-woman relationships
P 96 .S48 M4 1993 General & Circulation Desk

The merchants of cool.
Boston : WGBH Educational Foundation ; [distributed by] PBS Video, c2001
(60 min.)
Todays teenagers have more money and independence than ever before. Their lives have become the object of obsessive focus by corporate America . Frontline explores the culture in which todays American teenager is growing up and how they've come to view themselves and their parents. SUBJECT Teenage consumers -- United States .
SUBJECTS Advertising and youth -- United States ; Mass media and teenagers -- United States; Marketing -- Moral and ethical aspects -- United States ; Marketing -- Social aspects -- United States ; Popular culture -- United States
HQ799.2.M35 M47 2001 General

Myers-Briggs type indicator.
Palo Alto, CA : Consulting Psychologists Press, c1995
(16 min.); 1 leaders' guide/script
Provides a basic understanding of how the MBTI uses individual preferences to determine four fundamental preferences and sixteen personality types, and presents the MBTI as a useful tool to enhance personal self-awareness and understanding.
SUBJECTS Myers-Briggs Type Indicator; Typology (Psychology); Self-evaluation
BF698.8.M94 E9 1995 Circulation Desk

Never too thin.
Falls Church , VA : Landmark Media, c1992
(57 min.)
An overview of contemporary America 's obsession with having a slender body. No female seems exempt from societal pressure or self scrutiny. From the average woman-on-th-street who wants to lose weight to the beautiful model who wants more slender hips and thighs, women evaluate themselves and are being judged according to their body size and shape.
SUBJECTS Body image; Obesity -- Social aspects -- United States ; Women -- Health and hygiene -- United States
RC552.O25 N4 1992 General

Nonverbal communication.
University Park , PA : Pennsylvania State University Audio-Visual Services, c1976
(22 min.)
Examines scientific findings on communication through gesture, body posture, intonation, eye contact, and facial expression. Includes interviews with experts on interpersonal distance, the equilibrium theory of eye contact, sex differences in the perception of nonverbal behavior, gestures and expression in photos, and biological programming.
SUBJECT Body language
BF637.N66 N6 1976 Circulation Desk

Nonverbal Communication and Culture.
Insight Media, 2005
(DVD, 22 min.)
Examines nonverbal communication in different cultures. It looks at personal space; body language including gestures, inflection, eye contact, smiling and other facial expressions; and posture. It demonstrates how the same gesture can be interpreted in different ways.
SUBJECTS Human behavior-Cross-cultural studies; Nonverbal communication; Body language; Gesture; Facial expression; Communication-Social aspects.
BF 637 .N66 N669 2005 General

San Anselmo , Calif. : distributed by Davidson Films, c1978
(16 min.); 1 instructor's guide
Dr. Bettye M. Caldwell explains the importance of a stimulating environment and the availability and encourgement of caregivers in fostering early childhood development. Provides examples of nurturing experiences in various daily activities of the infant and toddler.
SUBJECTS Infant psychology; Child psychology; Love; Parent and child
BF723.I6 N8 1978x Circulation Desk

University Park , PA : Pennsylvania State University Audio-Visual Services, [1993?]
(45 min.)
Presents an experiment conducted by Dr. Stanley Milgram in May 1962 at Yale University on obedience to authority. Describes both obedient and defiant reactions of subjects who are instructed to administer electric shocks of increasing severity to another person.
SUBJECTS Obedience; Authority; Psychology -- Experiments; Human experimentation in psychology
BJ1459 .O2 1993 Circulation Desk

Of rocks and flowers: dealing with the abuse of children.
Kansas City , Mo. : Golden Triad, c1983
(60 min.)
Virginia Satir interviews a blended family. The father brings two children to a new marriage from a previous marriage. The new couple is expecting a child. The new mother is fearful that, upon the birth of her baby, it will be abused by the two children, who were allegedly abused by their mother and display very violent behavior.
SUBJECT Child abuse; Family psychotherapy; Family violence
RC569.5.C55 O4 1983x General

On our own terms: Moyers on dying.
Princeton , NJ : Films for the Humanities, c2000
4 videocassettes (90 min. ea.)
[1] Living with Dying : Describes the search for new ways of thinking and talking about dying. Forgoing the usual reluctance that most Americans show toward speaking about death, patients and medical professionals alike come forward to examine the end of life with honesty, courage, and even humor, demonstrating that dying can be an incredibly rich experience for both the terminally ill and their loved ones. [2] A Different Kind of Care : Presents important strides being made in the area of palliative care at pioneering institutions such as New York 's Mt. Sinai Hospital and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center . These advances are bringing peace to those who fear that they will be a burden to loved ones, will suffer needlessly, or will be abandoned in their hour of greatest need [3] A Death of One's Own : Unravels the complexities underlying the many choices at the end of life, including the bitter debate over physician-assisted suicide. Three patients, their families, and their doctors discuss some of the hardest decisions, including how to pay for care, what constitutes humane treatment, and how to balance dying and dignity. [4] A Time to Change : Presents crusading medical professionals including staff members of the Balm of Gilead Project in Birmingham , Alabama , who have dedicated themselves to improving end-of-life care by changing America 's overburdened health system.
SUBJECTS Terminal care; Death -- Psychological aspects; Palliative treatment; Hospice care; Right to die; Terminally ill -- Psychological aspects; Bereavement; Caregivers; Death -- Moral and ethical aspects
R726.8 .O6 2000 Circulation Desk

On television. The violence factor.
Wilmette , Ill. : Films Inc., c1984
(60 min.)
Host Edwin Newman explores the impact of television violence on viewers, especially on young children, through interviews with actors, network executives, media analysts, mental health researchers, children, and interested adults.
SUBJECTS Television and children; Violence on television -- Social aspects.
HQ 784 .T4 O53 1984x. General

Out: stories of lesbian and gay youth.
New York , NY : Filmakers Library, c1994
(43 min.)
Records the personal stories of gay and lesbian youth who are faced with social isolation, rejection by family and peers and the threat of homophobic violence, yet despite the odds are able to make it through and get on with their lives.
SUBJECTS Gay teenagers; Gay youth; Homosexuality
HQ76.25 .O97 1994 General

A passion for the possible.
New York , NY : Mystic Fire Video, [1997], c1996
2 videocassettes (97 min.)
Tape 1: Jean Houston weaves together evocative myths and stories of great lives. Drawing on her long study of human potential, she leads the audience in exercises to sharpen senses and memory of joy and on how to use inspiring tales to mythologize, not pathologize, our lives. Tape 2: Jean Houston leads the viewer in a series of exercises to help activate the kinesthetic body, the body of muscular imagination. We learn ways in which we can inhabit our own bodies with more mindfulness and find the hidden possibilities that allow us to think more creatively. NOTE [tape 2] Body mind exercises. SUBJECTS Self-actualization (Psychology); Mythology; Joy; Muscular sense
BF637.S4 P4 1997 General

The Pinks & the blues.
New York : Time-Life Video, 1980.
(57 min.)
Probes the subtle ways in which parents and teachers condition babies and young children to accept traditional sex roles.
SUBJECTS Child development; Infant psychology; Sex role; Socialization; Children and adults.
HQ 1075 .P5 1980x. Circulation Desk

The Power of a positive self-image.
Wheaton , Ill. : Baird & Associates, c1982.
4 videocassettes (VHS); 3 sound cassettes + 1 instructor's manual.
Describes what self-image is, how it is formed, and how it can be changed for the better to help one lead a more successful life.
NOTE pt. 1. Who am I? (28 min.) -- pt. 2. Why I am who I am (27 min.) -- pt. 3. Who can I become? (27 min.) -- pt. 4. How to achieve your success potential (29 min.) NOTE Sound cassettes include all of the above plus a 5th part: Instant recall (ca. 55 min.)
SUBJECTS Self-perception; Self-acceptance; Self-esteem
BF 637 .S4 P6x General

Prejudice: a big word for a little kid.
St. Paul , Minn. : KSTP-TV, c1991
(25 min.)
Program investigates at what age children begin to become aware of racial differences, and when prejudice begins to be seen in young children. Children of assorted ethnic backgrounds are asked, in segregated sessions, about their experiences with prejudice and how those experiences make them feel. Briefly touches on teaching in early childhood to counteract unintentional messages of prejudice that parents send to their children, and how to educate children to make them more tolerant of each other.
SUBJECTS Prejudices in children
BF575.P75 P74 1991 Circulation Desk

Prejudice: answering children's questions.
[ Oak Forest , IL ] : MPI Home Video, c1992
(75 min.)
Peter Jennings moderates a discussion with a group of American children and teenagers concerning prejudice. Includes discussion of the physiological reasons for physical differences between races, reasons behind racial conflict, and various efforts to fight prejudice.
SUBJECTS Prejudices in children; Race awareness
BF 723 .R3 P7 1992 General

Preschoolers: how three and four-year-olds develop.
Lake Zurich , Ill. : Learning Seed, c1996
(25 min.); 1 study guide
Discusses the social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development of three and four year olds.
SUBJECTS Child development; Preschool children
HQ774.5 .P7 1996 Circulation Desk

A promise broken.
New York , NY : Filmakers Library, c1990
(30 min.)
Shows the friends and family of a teenage suicide victim as they grapple with grief, guilt and anger. SUBJECTS Bereavement -- Psychological aspects; Teenagers -- Suicidal behavior
BF724.3.G73 P7 1990 Circulation Desk

Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2004
48 HOURS report uses violent incidents to challenge assumptions about road rage and air rage. A highway encounter between two women ends in a conviction of manslaughter. An incident in which a young man tries to fource the cockpit door of an airliner in flight, to be subdued by passengers--a trauma that leads to his death. Also included is a profile of a marriage in rage-related crisis, to demonstrate nonviolent remediation through immersive anger management therapy.
SUBJECTS Road rage; Air rage; Violence; Automobile drivers--Psychology; Traffic safety--Psychological aspects; Anger
BF 575 .A5 R344 2004

Reviving Ophelia: saving the selves of adolescent girls.
Northampton , MA : Media Education Foundation, 1998
(35 min.)
Based on the presenter's book of the same title, her other books, and her clinical practice. NOTE Mary Pipher discusses the challenges facing today's teenagers, especially girls, as well as the role of media and popular culture in shaping their identities.
SUBJECTS Teenage girls -- Psychology; Teenage girls -- Family relationships; Self-esteem in adolescence
HQ798 .P573 1998 Circulation Desk

Saying goodbye: teens talk about grief.
Wayland, Mass. : Aquarius Productions, c1992
2 videocassettes (71 min.)
Helps adolescents understand that their responses and feelings are normal and that they can survive a major loss and go on with their lives as other teens have. The teaching version helps adults better understand, accept, and support teens' grief in order to help them feel safe and, eventually, hopeful. The teaching version incorporates the entire teen version and is interlaced with instructional suggestions. NOTE [v. 1]. Teen (34 min.) -- [v. 2]. Teaching (37 min.)
SUBJECTS Grief in adolescence; Bereavement in adolescence; Teenagers and death; Grief
BF724.3.G73 S3 1992 Circulation Desk

Secret of the Wild Child.
WGBH, c1994.
(60 min.)
Presents the story of Genie, a girl who was socially isolated for the first 13 years of her life, discovered in 1970 in southern California . Contrasts her case with the well-known case of Victor, a French child found and analyzed in the 18th century. Shows some of the attempts to study and rehabilitate Genie.
SUBJECTS Abused Children; Feral Children; Child Development Deviations; Child Abuse; Social Isolation; Language Acquisition.
LOCATION: Circulation Desk
RJ 507 .A29 S437 1994

Self-esteem and the child.
Pleasant Hill , CA : Distributed by Cox Entertainment, c1990
(45 min.); 1 leader's guide + 1 workbook.
A skill-building workshop that includes dramatic vignettes and interviews with children and two self-esteem professionals, Dr. Kathryn Saling and Robert Reasoner. Emphasizes five elements that lead to self-esteem: a sense of security, a sense of identity or self-concept, a sense of belonging, a sense of purpose, and a sense of competence.
SUBJECT Self-esteem in children.
BF723.S3 S4 1990x. General

Sex and selfhood: new issues for men of conscience.
Minneapolis , MN : Kundschier/Manthey Video, 1992
4 videocassettes (85 min.)
Stoltenberg analyzes men's perceptions of culture's definition of masculinity.
Contents pt. 1. Sexual objectification (20 min.) -- pt. 2. Male bonding (21 min.) -- pt. 3. Homophobia (22 min.) -- pt. 4. Pornography (22 min.)
SUBJECTS Masculinity; Homophobia; Pornography
BF 692.5 .S4 1992 General

Slim hopes: advertising and the obsession with thinness.
Northampton , MA : Media Education Foundation, c1995
(30 min.)
Explores the manner in which women are portrayed by advertising with the focus on thinness. Discusses the impact this portrayal has on the self images of women and girls. NOTE Impossible beauty -- The waif look -- Constructed bodies -- Food & sex -- Food & control -- The weight loss industry -- Freeing imaginations.
SUBJECTS Women in advertising; Advertising -- Psychological aspects; Leanness -- Social aspects; Leanness -- Psychological aspects; Body image -- Social aspects; Body image -- Psychological aspects; Eating disorders -- Social aspects
BF697.5.B63 S64 1995 Circulation Desk

The smell of burning ants.
Ho-Ho-Kus , N.J. : Jay Rosenblatt Film Library [distributor], c1994
(22 min.); 1 guide
Raises gender issues and provokes the viewer to refect on how our society can deprive boys of wholeness. Through the formative events of a boy's life, we come to understand the ways in which men can become emotionally disconnected and alienated from their feminine side. Illustrates how boys are socialized by fear, power and shame.
SUBJECTS Socialization; Gender identity
HQ783 .S63 1994 Circulation Desk

Social roles and relationships in old age.
S. Burlington , VT : Annenberg/CPB Collection, 1993
(57 min.); 1 faculty guide
SERIES Title: Growing old in a new age ; 7
Looks at how family, friendship and work roles evolve and continue as we age. The pioneering of new roles is also explored.
SUBJECTS Aged -- Social conditions; Aged -- Family relationships; Aged -- Social networks
HQ1064.U5 G7 1993, pt.7 Circulation Desk

Speaking of love.
Washington , D.C. : PBS Video [distributor], c1980
(54 min.)
Author Leo Buscaglia proclaims the centrality of love to all human relationships and offers the message that one should value experience, treasure the moment, and recognize that the way to love is sometimes through pain.
SUBJECTS Love; Conduct of life
BF 575 .L8 S6 1980 General

Stop Bullying!: Standing Up for Yourself and Others.
Paraclete Press, 2003.
(20 min.)
Presents concrete steps students can take to respond to bullying.
SUBJECTS Bullying; Bullying--Prevention; Aggressiveness in adolescence.
BF 637 .B85 S866 2003

Supporting children in resolving conflicts.
Ypsilanti , MI : High/Scope Press, c1998
(24 min.); 1 viewer's guide (4 p.)
Describes six problem-solving steps that adults can use to help children resolve conflicts successfully. SUBJECTS Conflict (Psychology) in children; Child psychology
BF723.C647 S86 1998 Circulation Desk

Ten things every child needs.
[ Chicago ?] : The Foundation, c1997
(60 min.)
Shows how brain development in children up to age three is influenced by such things as interaction, touch, stable relationships, safe environments, self-esteem, quality child care, play, communication, music, and reading.
SUBJECTS Child development; Brain -- Growth; Brain stimulation
BF721 .T4 1997 Circulation Desk

To Be a Father.
New Screen Concepts, 2000.
(29 min.)
Includes information on how fathering begins even before the baby is born, how dads can connect with their children from the start, what fathers can do to foster a close relationship with their children, how fathers can overcome the challenges of parenting under special circumstances, like separation and divorce.
SUBJECTS Fatherhood.
HQ 755.8 .I26 2000

Washington , D.C. : PBS Video [distributor], c1980.
(52 min.)
Dr. Leo Buscaglia discusses the concept of how togetherness and sharing lead to fulfillment in loving relationships. He advocates living in the present with joy and happiness and with a sense of personal worth and dignity. He encourages close warmth and sharing with loved ones despite the problems those encounters can bring.
SUBJECTS Love; Self-disclosure; Interpersonal communication; Interpersonal relations.
BF 575 .L8 B85 1980x. General

Tough guise: violence, media, and the crisis in masculinity.
Northampton , MA : Media Education Foundation, c1999
(85 min.)
Presents the first program to look systematically at the relationship between the images of popular culture and the social construction of masculine identities in the US in the late 20th century. In this innovative and wide-ranging analysis, Jackson Katz argues that there is a crisis in masculinity and that some of the guises offered to men as a solution (rugged individualism, violence) come loaded with attendant dangers to women, as well as other men. NOTE pt. 1. Understanding violent masculinity -- pt. 2. Violent masculinity in action.
SUBJECTS Violence in mass media; Sex role in mass media; Mass media -- United States; Masculinity; Men -- Identity
BF692.5 .T68 1999 Circulation Desk

The Truth about lies.
[ Alexandria , Va. ] : distributed by PBS Video, c1989
(58 min.)
Examines how deception has influenced major events of the recent past and how self-deception shapes our personal lives and the public mind. Investigates reasons why deception is used and recounts historical events to illustrate the consequences. Focuses on the Bay of Pigs, the war in Vietnam , Watergate, and the explosion of the space shuttle Challenger.
SUBJECTS Deception; Self-deception; Social psychology; United States -- Politics and government -- 1945-1989
E839.5 .T7 1989x General

Understanding prejudice.
Berkeley , CA : Thinking Allowed Productions, c1992
(86 min.)
The demographics of society are forcing us to come to terms with cultural diversity. In this 2-part program, Jeffrey Mishlove interviews Price Cobbs who describes the principles of ethnotherapy designed to facilitate a deep examination of the ways we think about other groups.
SUBJECT Prejudices -- United States
BF575.P9 U6 1992 General

Understanding prejudice: gripes and common ground.
Charleston , WV : Cambridge Research Group, c1996
(55 min.)
Discusses the nature and dynamics of prejudice and how to cope with its consequences.
SUBJECTS Prejudices; Hate; Discrimination; Race relations; Minorities
BF575.P9 U634 1996 General

The Violent mind.
WNET, New York in association with BBC, 1988
(90 min.)
Examines physical changes, heredity, and environment as possible causes of violent behavior, and raises the question of to what degree humans are responsible for and in control of their actions.
SUBJECTS Violence; Brain; Mind and body
BF575.A3 V55 1988x General

The violent mind.
Pleasantville , NY : Human Relations Media, 1987
(43 min.); 1 teacher's guide
Examines the psychology of violence, focusing on differences between instinctive and learned aggression. Also examines nonviolent cultures and nonviolent alternatives to social change. NOTE pt. 1. The violent instinct -- pt. 2. The impact of culture -- pt. 3. Power and frustration.
SUBJECT Violence -- Psychological aspects
BF575.A3 V5 1987 General

Ft. Collins , CO : The Office, c1991
(35 min.)
Participants from diverse cultural backgrounds discuss how their self images developed, how they are perceived in our society, and how self image and image of others combine to impact relationships. Trains and teaches about intercultural relationships.
SUBJECTS Interpersonal relations; Cultural relations; Self-perception; Discrimination
HM132 .V65 1991x Circulation Desk

Vygotsky's developmental theory.
Davis , CA : Davidson Films, c1994
Presents Lev Vygotsky's early childhood learning theories and demonstrates them in classrooms. Development, according to Vygotsky, cannot be separated from its social context: it is misleading to evaluate children only on what they accomplish independently.
SUBJECTS Vygotski{230}i, L. S. (Lev Semenovich), 1896-1934; Education, Preschool; Preschool teaching; Early childhood education; Learning
LB1139.23 .V9 1994 Circulation Desk

The wave.
Chicago , Ill. : Films Inc. [distributor], c1989
(46 min.)
Re-creates the classroom experiment in which a high-school teacher formed his own "Reich" to show why the German people could so willingly endorse Nazism.
SUBJECTS Authority; Conformity; Behavior modification; Political psychology; Psychology, Applied; Attitude (Psychology)
BF 637 .A87 W3 1989 Circulation Desk

What can we do about violence?
Princeton , NJ : Films for the Humanities [distributor], c1995
(56 min.)
Documents how domestic abuse within the family affects children, and looks at programs such as The Kids's Club at the University of Michigan where troubled children and families are getting help; Sobriety High, a special school in Edina, Minnesota that works to reduce alcohol and drug abuse and lowers the incidence of violent crimes; and Landmark High School in New York, a successful experimental effort which promotes small classes, strict enforcement of rules, and parental involvement.
SUBJECTS Violence in children -- United States; Family violence -- United States; Violence -- United States; United States -- Social conditions
HN90.V5 W4 1995, pt. 4 Circulation Desk

What do I tell my children?
Sherborn , MA : Aquarius Health Care Videos, 1991, c1989
(33 min.)
Based on the personal experiences of several families, this program discusses how to help children cope in dealing with the death of a loved one. Both parents and professionals answer questions about their own and their children's grieving process.
SUBJECT Grief in children; Bereavement in children
BF723.G75 W453 1991 Circulation Desk

Where are you, Father?
Houston , TX : Bradshaw Cassettes, c1990
(90 min)
John Bradshaw discusses the role, absence, and need of healthy fathering in the development of the balanced male or female child.
SUBJECT Fathers -- United States ; Father and child -- United States ; Paternal deprivation
HQ756 .W4 1990 Circulation Desk

Where is prejudice?
[ Bloomington , Ind. : Released by Indiana University , Audio- Visual Center , 1968], c1967.
(59 min.)
Twelve college students of different faiths and races participate in a workshop designed to test their common denial that they are prejudiced. Their latent prejudices emerge through frank discussion and questioning of one another. Notes that the participants are unable to cope with this revelation.
SUBJECT Prejudices -- United States
BF575.P9 W4 1994 Circulation Desk

Who are you?
a coproduction of WGBH/Boston and BBC-TV, 1993
(55 min.)
Describes how behavior springs from the complex interaction of genes, culture, experience and chance.
SUBJECTS Molecular biology -- Social aspects; Molecular genetics -- Social aspects; Genes; Nature and nurture
QH438.5 .W4 1993 Circulation Desk

Why men don't iron. 1, Learning the difference.
Brooklyn , NY : First Run/Icarus Films, c1998
(52 min.)
This film reveals groundbreaking studies, both practical and scientific, that illustrate the variances between the learning patterns of boys and girls from birth to adolescence. From a personal encounter with a family trying to raise their sons and daughter with identical influences to a series of observational experiments with a group of four to seven year olds, this film explores the social, physiological, neurological and genetic aspects of stereotypical sex typed behavior.
SUBJECTS Sex differences; Sex differences -- Physiological aspects; Sex differences -- Genetic aspects; Child development -- Research; Brain -- Sex differences; Sex differences in education
BF692.2 .W49 1998 pt.1 Circulation Desk

Who you are and what you are: understanding sex roles.
Mt. Kisco , NY : Guidance Associates, 1982
(40 min.)
Examines the revolution regarding the roles of women and men in society. Focusing on society's expectations as well as individual desires, considers sex-related issues involving career development, marriage, sex, romance, and new relationships between women and men.
SUBJECTS Sex role; Identity (Psychology); Interpersonal relations -- Juvenile films
HQ1075 .W4 1982 Circulation Desk

Why men don't iron. 2, The brain at work.
Brooklyn , NY : First Run/Icarus Films, c1998
(52 min.)
A generation of equal opportunities has failed to iron out the great sex divide in the workplace. This film examines primarily through research on the brain, how biology plays a role in men's drive to succeed more than it does for women, and why this may explain the lack of women in the boardroom. Also looks at the contrasting behaviors of female and male athletes and the difference of "risk taking" behavior between the sexes.
SUBJECTS Sex differences; differences -- Physiological aspects; Women -- Psychology; Men -- Psychology; Testosterone; Brain -- Sex differences; Risk-taking (Psychology); Competition (Psychology); Athletes -- Psychology; Women athletes -- Psychology
BF692.2 .W49 1998 pt.2 Circulation Desk

Why men don't iron. 3, The emotional difference.
Brooklyn , NY : First Run/Icarus Films, c1998
(52 min.)
The era of equal opportunities raised expectations that men and women's roles would become interchangeable. Yet, research reveals that most men are neurologically primed to find household routine more difficult, and that women are hormonally primed for maternal behavior, finding such tasks less stressful than men do. This film explores the neurological elements that help to perpetuate persistent divisions of labor, and investigates the biological basis of our seemingly unchangeable emotional systems.
SUBJECTS Sex differences; Sex differences -- Physiological aspects; Sex differences -- Genetic aspects; Women -- Psychology; Men -- Psychology; Child psychology; Infant psychology; Brain -- Sex differences; Sex differences (Psychology)
BF692.2 .W49 1998 pt.3 Circulation Desk

Why we lie.
Princeton , NJ : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, [2001], c2000
(50 min.)
The average person tells two lies a day; some psychiatrists say that lying may actually hold society together. A variety of experts explain the reasons and uses for this ability learned early in childhood.
SUBJECTS Truthfulness and falsehood; Deception; Facial expression
BJ1421 .W49 2001 Circulation Desk

Wrestling with Manhood: Boys, Bullying and Battering.
Media Education Foundation, c2002.
(DVD, 120 min.)
Drawing the connection between professional wrestling and the construction of contemporary masculinity, shows how this "entertainment" is related to homophobia, sexual assault and relationship violence.
SECTIONS: Taking wrestling seriously -- Happy & escalating violence -- Making men: glamorizing bullying -- Homophobia & constructing heterosexuality -- Divas: sex & male fantasy -- Normalizing gender violence -- It's only entertainment. EXTRAS: Billy & Chuck get married: homophobia & the commitment ceremony -- Relationships are for wimps: wrestling & rugged individualism -- The Rock in the White House? politics & manhood -- Wrestling with history: race & class in the ring.
SUBJECTS Wrestling-Social Aspects; Youth and Violence; Bullying; Aggressiveness in Adolescence; Masculinity; Machismo.
LOCATION: Circulation Desk
GV 1196.4 .S63 W747

You, your body, and your self-image.
Princeton, NJ : Films for the Humanities, c1998
(28 min.)
Examines prevalent concepts of the ideal body types as thin for women and muscular for men. Discusses risks of eating disorders and side effects of anabolic steroids as well as benefits of good nutrition and regular exercise.
SUBJECT Body image; Self-acceptance
BF697.5.B63 Y68 1998 General

Young Voices from the Arab World.
(30 min.)
SUBJECTS Children-Arab Countries; Arab Countries-Social Life and Customs; Family-Arab Countries; Islam-Social Aspects
HQ 799 .A65 Y586 1998


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August 2005

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