Instructional Video Catalog:   Title Description

Beginning with the foundations and progressing to more complex extensions and applications, Discovering Psychology integrates historical and current perspectives with emerging theories, paradigms, and significant new research methodologies. Each program stands on its own, yet is part of a cumulative series that introduces students to the fascinating study of the mind and behavior. The innovative visual presentation includes demonstrations, classic experiments and simulations, current research, documentary footage and computer animation, all based on extensive investigation and superior scholarship. The series host, Professor Philip Zimbardo, ushers students into the world of psychological inquiry. Professor of psychology at Stanford University, he is the recipient of distinguished teaching awards from New York University, Stanford University and the American Psychological Association.

Production Date:  1990
Length:  26, 30-minute programs
Subject:  Psychology
Non-Members:  Not available
Titles in this Series:

Behaving Brain, The
Responsive Brain, The
Developing Child, The
Language Development
Sensation and Perception
Remembering and Forgetting
Cognitive Processes
Judgement and Decision Making
Motivation and Emotion
Mind Awake and Asleep, The
Mind Hidden and Divided, The
Self, The
Testing and Intelligence
Sex and Gender
Maturing and Aging
Power of the Situation, The
Constructing Social Reality
Health, Mind, and Behavior
In Space, Toward Peace
Union of Opposites, A
New Directions


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