Video and Multimedia
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On the eve of what would have been Freud’s 150th birthday, Professor Leonard Davis describes why Freud’s theories and techniques are still relevant today.
This interview with Professor Carol Dweck suggests that teaching children intelligence is malleable, rather than fixed, helps them perform better in school.
This story questions if the use of IQ tests as a means for grouping students in school may have negative consequences for the remainder of their education.
This video describes the life and work of Sigmund Freud.
This video explains Erik Erikson’s eight stages of psychosocial development.
This video shows how John Watson was able to condition a fear response in Little Albert using classical conditioning.
This video describes how B. F. Skinner was able to shape pigeons behavior using positive and negative reinforcement.
This video shows the classic “Bobo Doll” study conducted by Albert Bandura on the effects of observational learning in children’s aggressive behaviors.
This video explains how providing children with challenges within their Zone of Proximal Development can help their intellectual growth.
This video describes Konrad Lorenz’s experiments with geese, in which he investigated the adaptive behavior called imprinting.
This video describes the difficulties of using children as eyewitnesses.
This video shows how fMRI research may help to identify children at risk for developing dyslexia.