Video and Multimedia

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Web Links:

Web Link 12.1: Mindblindness
Description: Website article on empathy, mindblindness, and theory of mind and discusses whether people with autism truly lack empathy.

Web Link 12.2: Hostile Attribution Bias
Description: Website article discussing hostile attribution bias, how it relates to social information processing, and hostile attribution bias implications.

Web Link 12.3: Sociometric Status
Description: Short website article on PBS for parents that discusses social groups and cliques in childhood.


Audio Link 12.1: Bullying
Description: NPR story on how teens have created an app so bullied kids never have to eat alone. (3:14)


Video Link 12.1: Theory of Mind
Description: This video discusses how children develop a mature theory of mind.

Video Link 12.2: Infant Peer Interaction
Description: This one-minute video shows the social interaction of two infants as they laugh and respond to each other.

Video Link 12.3: Toddler Peer Interaction
Description: These toddlers are mimicking and following each other.

Video Link 12.4: Pretend Play
Description: This video focuses on the development of pretend play in children.

Video Link 12.5: What is a Friend?
Description: Children describe in their own words what a friend is

Video Link 12.6: Adolescent Friendships
Description: Research highlights the importance role of friendships play during adolescence.

Video Link 12.7: Cliques and Crowds
Description: Teens describes the cliques and crowds at their schools.

Video Link 12.8: Peer Pressure
Description: This program discusses peer pressure and its effects on teens. It is designed to help teens feel comfortable discussing the issues and the positive and negative effects of peer pressure.

Video Link 12.9: Sexting
Description: The video, made for a teen audience, graphically shows how sexting places a young person at risk.

Video Link 12.10: Dating Violence
Description: This public service announcement on dating violence shows how the violence can escalate unless the young person discloses what is happening.