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A video instructional series on introductory psychology for college and high school classrooms and adult learners; 26 half-hour video programs. Highlighting major new developments in the field, this updated edition of Discovering Psychology offers high school and college students, and teachers of psychology at all levels, an overview of historic and current theories of human behavior.
Stanford University professor and author Philip Zimbardo narrates as leading researchers, practitioners, and theorists probe the mysteries of the mind and body.
Based on extensive investigation and authoritative scholarship, this introductory course in psychology features demonstrations, classic experiments and simulations, current research, documentary footage, and computer animation. This series is also valuable for teachers seeking to review the subject matter.
The Discovering Psychology telecourse and educational video series first premiered in as a visual resource for teaching introductory psychology. The 26 video programs review the history of the field, including the work of early and contemporary theorists, practitioners, and researchers, illustrating their work with footage of classic experiments and modern studies.
They tell the story of psychology through demonstrations, classic experiments and simulations, current research, documentary footage, and computer animation all based on extensive investigation and superior scholarship. The Updated Edition, released in , highlights major new developments in the field, and new areas of inquiry by the leading researchers. In addition to the new and updated video programs, Discovering Psychology: Updated Edition includes this interactive website providing video program extensions including interviews with researchers, essays, and details on experiments.
In addition, the site offers five interactive explorations of facets of psychology including its history, research methods, the human brain, human development, and approaches to treatment.
The three new video programs of the Updated Edition are Applying Psychology in Life, which explores the role of psychology: in law, conflict negotiation, ergonomics, and space travel, and human performance; Cognitive Neuroscience presenting new ideas in brain research and the application of brain mapping technology, and Cultural Psychology which probes a complex field integrating social and personality psychology, anthropology and other social sciences.
Complete program titles are available on the site map. Discovering Psychology: Updated Edition may be used as a video resource for classes, libraries, and media centers or as a telecourse for distant learners. Philip G.
Zimbardo, Professor of Psychology at Stanford University, is an internationally acknowledged researcher, teacher, and author. He has published more than two dozen text and trade books and more than professional articles on a wide range of topics in many areas of animal and human behavior.
Professor Zimbardo has received numerous awards for his distinguished teaching, creative research, dedicated social action, and career-long contributions to psychology. He helped to create both the original Discovering Psycholog y telecourse and the revision and update of this influential learning experience. Professor Zimbardo has been teaching introductory psychology for more than 40 years.
Designed for use as either a free-standing, one semester telecourse or as a supplement to existing courses, Discovering Psychology: Updated Edition surveys the major areas of psychology, explains the scientific method of gathering and evaluating evidence about the causes of behavior, and shows how psychological knowledge can be applied to improve the quality of life. A flexible educational resource, it may be used in a variety of ways:. This introduction presents psychology as a science at the crossroads of many fields of knowledge, from philosophy and anthropology to biochemistry and artificial intelligence.
With Dr. Mahzarin Banaji of Harvard University and Dr. Emanuel Donchin of the University of Illinois. This program examines the scientific method and the ways in which data are collected and analyzed — in the lab and in the field — with an emphasis on sharpening critical thinking in the interpretation of research findings.
Daryl Bem of Cornell University. This program discusses the structure and composition of the brain: how neurons function, how information is collected and transmitted, and how chemical reactions determine every thought, feeling, and action. John Gabrieli of Stanford University and Dr. Russell Fernald of Stanford University. This program traces the nature vs.
Renee Baillargeon of the University of Illinois and Dr. Judy De Loache of the University of Illinois. The development of language has many facets to explore. Ann Fernald of Stanford University. This program demonstrates how visual information is gathered and processed, and how our culture, previous experiences, and interests influence our perceptions. David Hubel of Harvard University and Dr. This program examines the basic principles of classical and operant conditioning elaborated by these renowned figures.
Robert Ader of the University of Rochester. This program looks at the complex process called memory: how images, ideas, language, and even physical actions, sounds, and smells are translated into codes, represented in the memory and retrieved when needed.
Diana Woodruff-Pak of Temple University. Howard Gardner of Harvard University and Dr. Michael Posner of the University of Oregon. Exceedingly complex processes are involved in the making of judgements and decisions. This program examines how and why people make good and bad judgements, and the psychology of taking risks. Daniel Kahneman of Princeton University and the late Dr. Irving Janis of Yale University. This program reviews what researchers are discovering about why we act and feel as we do, from the exhilaration of love to the agony of failure.
Norman Adler of Yeshiva University and Dr. Martin Seligman of the University of Pennsylvania. Our varying levels of consciousness empower us to interpret, analyze, and direct our behavior in flexible ways. The nature of sleeping, dreaming, and altered states of consciousness are explored in this program.
Ernest Hartman, formerly of Tufts University, and Dr. This program shows how experiences that take place below the level of consciousness alter our moods, bias our actions, and affect our health — as demonstrated in repression, discovered and false memory syndromes, hypnosis, and split-brain cases.
Jonathan Schooler of the University of Pittsburgh and Dr. Michael Gazzaniga of Dartmouth College. Psychologists systematically study the origins of self-identity and self-esteem, the social determinants of self-conceptions, and the emotional and motivational consequences of beliefs about oneself. This program explores their methods of discovery. Hazel Markus of Stanford University and Dr. Teresa Amabile of Harvard University. This program peers into the field of psychological assessment — the efforts of psychologists and other professionals to assign values to different abilities, behaviors, and personalities.
Claude Steele of Stanford University and Dr. Robert Sternberg of Yale University. T his program explores the ways in which males and females are similar and different, and how gender roles reflect social values and psychological knowledge.
Eleanor Maccoby of Stanford University. What really happens, physically and psychologically, as we age? This program looks at how society reacts to the last stages of life. Laura Carstensen of Stanford University and Dr. Sherry Willis of Penn State University. This program examines how our beliefs and behavior can be influenced and manipulated by other people and subtle situational forces, and how social psychologists study human behavior within its broader social context. Ellen Langer of Harvard University and Dr.
Philip Zimbardo of Stanford University. Many factors contribute to our interpretation of reality. This program demonstrates how understanding the psychological processes that govern our behavior may help us to become more empathetic and independent members of society. With Steven Hassan, M. Robert Cialdini of Arizona State University. The major types of mental illness are presented.
Schizophrenia, phobias, and affective disorders are described, along with the major factors that affect them — both biological and psychological.
Irving Gottesman of the University of Virginia and Dr. This program surveys the relationships among theory, research, and practice, and how treatment of psychological disorders has been influenced by historical, cultural, and social forces. Hans Strupp of Vanderbilt University and the late Dr. Rollo May. This program presents a rethinking of the relationship between mind and body.
A new bio-psychosocial model is replacing the traditional biomedical model. Judith Rodin of the University of Pennsylvania and Dr. Neal Miller of Yale University. Psychology is currently being applied in innovative ways to practical situations in the areas of human factors, law, and conflict negotiation.
Stephen Ceci of Cornell University, and Dr. James Maas of Cornell University. 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. Cognitive neuroscience allies psychologists, biologists, brain researchers, and others in what is perhaps the most dramatic advance in the last decade of psychological research.
Stephen Kosslyn of Harvard University. This newly emerging field is integrating 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.
Hazel Markus of Stanford University, Dr. All interviews for Discovering Psychology , updated edition, are new unless otherwise indicated. Banaji, Harvard University.
A video instructional series on introductory psychology for college and high school classrooms and adult learners; 26 half-hour video programs. Highlighting major new developments in the field, this updated edition of Discovering Psychology offers high school and college students, and teachers of psychology at all levels, an overview of historic and current theories of human behavior. Stanford University professor and author Philip Zimbardo narrates as leading researchers, practitioners, and theorists probe the mysteries of the mind and body. Based on extensive investigation and authoritative scholarship, this introductory course in psychology features demonstrations, classic experiments and simulations, current research, documentary footage, and computer animation. This series is also valuable for teachers seeking to review the subject matter. The Discovering Psychology telecourse and educational video series first premiered in as a visual resource for teaching introductory psychology. The 26 video programs review the history of the field, including the work of early and contemporary theorists, practitioners, and researchers, illustrating their work with footage of classic experiments and modern studies.
Share Print. Buy from. This book explores key areas of educational and social psychology and considers their relevance to language teaching, using activities and questions for reflection. Issues discussed include learners' and teachers' beliefs about how a subject should be learned and taught, relationships with others, and the role of emotions in learning. Each title in the series is intended to serve both as a basis for training courses and seminars, and as a reference text. View Course. View Series.
The present contribution offers an overview of a new area of research in the field of foreign language acquisition, which was triggered by the introduction of Positive Psychology PP MacIntyre and Gregersen, For many years, a cognitive perspective had dominated research in applied linguistics. Around the turn of the millennium researchers became increasingly interested in the role of emotions in foreign language learning and teaching, beyond established concepts like foreign language anxiety and constructs like motivation and attitudes toward the foreign language. As a result, a more nuanced understanding of the role of positive and negative learner and teacher emotions emerged, underpinned by solid empirical research using a wide range of epistemological and methodological approaches. This paper distinguishes the early period in the field that started with MacIntyre and Gregersen , like a snowdrop after winter, and that was followed by a number of early studies in relatively peripheral journals. We argue that is the starting point of the current period, characterized by gradual recognition in applied linguistics, growing popularity of PP, and an exponential increase in publications in more mainstream journals.
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