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A CHILD'S MIND: How Kids Learn Right & Wrong How do people develop morals? What helps children distinguish right from wrong? This programme explores the topic of moral development and how it impacts on children's behavior. It examines the approaches of development theorists and Theory of Mind. More information
AGGRESSION Are all people capable of murder? What drives people to violence? Can TV affect our actions and even influence us to acts of violence? This interview-led documentary style programme examines aggressive media, aggressive behaviour and the banality of evil with the support of original film footage of research and actual crimes. More information
ANXIETY DISORDERS Humans, like many animals, posess a highly developed sense of danger in our environment. In its most basic form, our awareness of these threats is anxiety. Our "fight or flight" response can be highly beneficial, but in the 21st Century, this state of anxiety in some people can become a constant state of mind, and a real limitation to a person's ability to function well. More information
ART OF LISTENING, THE This programme teaches the seven laws of better listening!
A coffee shop provides the setting for two college students to watch and discuss their video class project on the on the most basic of skills, listening. We spend more time listening than any activity except breathing, yet we listen at only a fraction of our potential. Art of Listening teaches practical techniques to use immediately. It presents listening as a skill students can learn, practice, and perfect. More information
ATTACHMENT This programme includes both historical and current research methods and models of attachment behaviour. We examine Bowlby, a British psychologist, psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, notable for his pioneering work in attachment theory. More information
ATTACHMENT RELATIONSHIPS: Nurturing Healthy Bonds Attachment is the ability to form and maintain healthy relationships. Follow the journey from prenatal bonding to a baby’s phases of attachment from birth to age two. More information
Baron Cohen on Autism Simon Baron Cohen is a world figure in psychology and autism in particular. Professor of Developmental Psychopathology in the Departments of Psychiatry and Experimental Psychology at the University of Cambridge, he is the Director of the University's Autism Research Centre, and also a Fellow of Trinity College. More information
BODY LANGUAGE 1 Beyond Words This programme is an informative look into the fascinating world of nonverbal communication or Kinesics - the study of body language as a form of communication.
It guides viewers through the land of space wars, tongue showing, mirrored postures and the many layers that make up unspoken communication. More information
BODY LANGUAGE 2 Reading People Is it possible to read people’s thoughts and feelings just by looking at them? This programme provides valuable information about interpreting body language by presenting fun, easy to understand and real life examples. More information
Bystander Intervention Why do people sometimes intervene in acts of violence, but not so in others? The horrifying case of 3-year-old James Bulger, murdered by two older children, threw into light this very confronting aspect of human behaviour. Seen distressed by an estimated 38 people, no one intervened. Why? Why will an individual raise an alarm when alone, but not when sitting with a group of strangers? More information
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