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Video 1: Temperament
Description: This video describes the work of Jerome Kagan on temperament in infants.
Video 2: Rouge Test
Description: This video shows how the “Rouge Test” can provide insight into infants and toddlers’ ability to recognize themselves in the mirror.
Video 3: Harlow’s Monkey
Description: This video shows Harry Harlow’s research with newborn monkeys and the attachments they formed with the wire mother and the cloth mother.
Video 4: Strange Situation
Description: This video explains how Ainsworth’s strange situation paradigm can be used to test children’s attachment style.
Audio 1: Temperament into Adulthood
Description: This segment explains that our temperament as infants provides a good indicator of what our temperament as adults will be.
Audio 2: Self-regulation
Description: This segment describes a new technique being used to help preschoolers learn to self-regulate.
Audio 3: Grandparents Raising Grandchildren
Description: This segment describes the rise in the number of grandparents raising their grandchildren in the United States.
Web 1: Bowlby’s Stages
Description: This website provides an overview of John Bowlby’s stages of attachment.
Web 2: Father’s Attachment
Description: This New York Times book review provides an overview of the science behind why fathers are an important part of the attachment process.
Web 3: Child Care
Description: This study explores the importance of quality day care for children’s development.