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Abortion, desperate choices
HQ767.A267 1992x
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Documentary showing pregnant women in difficult situations making decisions about abortion. Follows patients at an abortion clinic through the initial pregnancy testing, counseling, and the abortion itself. Includes the side taken by the pro-life movement and protest marches.
Age-specific competencies /
RT48.6.A33 1999
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Promotes age-specific competencies by describing the stages of human growth and demonstrating successful strategies for providing care at each stage. The program is organized around the following categories: an overview of the stages of human growth, description of the role of communication, description of stages of growth, and demonstration of care techniques at each stage of growth.
Assuming the power of parenthood.
HQ769.A88 1996
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Beyond the looking glass body image and self-esteem /
BF724.3.S36B49 1994
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Birth order and its effects /
BF723.B5B577 1997
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Family birth order tends to shape personalities throughout the developing years and into adulthood. This program looks at the only child, first born, middle, and youngest child and gives insight into their behaviors and attitudes.
Calming the tempest helping the explosive child.
BF723.A4C35 2004
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Awareness and overview for teaching children and teenagers coping skills for dealing with anger and frustration.
Childhood 1 four weeks to eighteen months /
HQ755.C43 1991
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Take the mystery out of infant child care. This enlightening program outlines normal growth and development as well as common problems. Questions on nutrition, safety, immunizations and the growing problem of abuse are addressed. Parents will learn to recognize when professional help is needed.
Children's drawings
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Demonstrates how children's mental development can be evaluated in quick and reliable fashion through the analysis of their figure drawings.
Child's world, A
BF721.C45 2002
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[v. 1]. Mind games (52 min.) -- [v. 2]. Independent thinker (52 min.) -- [v. 3]. Facts of life (52 min.).
The set explores the mental development of children. Vol. 1 studies how they develop an adult's ability to discern the feelings of others and lie for both good and bad reasons. Vol. 2 focuses on developing mental independence that examines the abstract thought of toddlers, the memory capacity of preschoolers, and the force of childhood tantrums. Vol. 3 looks at children in relation to the existential questions of birth and death.
Compliance, self-control, and prosocial behavior
BF721.H79 v.1
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Discusses factors that influence these behaviors, including temperament, attachment, and the normal cognitive changes that occur around two years of age. Includes information throughout for parents and other caregivers who wish to instill positive behavior in children.
Dear children
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Examines the post abortion syndrome, as individuals and couples share their pain of abortion. A clinical psychologist discusses the healing process, and information is provided on sources for finding help.
Denver II
RJ51.D48D466 1996
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[pt.1.] Training video (47 min.) -- [pt.2.] Item administration (50 min.).
This video program demonstrates how to administer, score and interpret each component of the Denver II developmental screening test. Accompanying materials include technical manuals and proficiency test sheets for student training.
Disciplining kids : without screaming & scolding /
HQ770.4.D585 1997
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Paints a dramatic picture of the wrong way to discipline kids and gives clear, practical ideas on a better way.
Doubles Japan and America's intercultural children /
HQ777.9.D68 1995
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After World War II, despite orders forbidding it, fraternization between U.S. soldiers and Japanese women resulted in a number of children born in and out of wedlock. This film focuses on interviews with American soldiers, Japanese women, and their biracial children thirty years after the Allies occupied Japan. Includes documentary footage of the allied occupation between 1945 and 1952.
Essentials of discipline, The
HQ770.4.E88 2000
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pt. 1. The middle years -- pt. 2. The middle years: ages 5-10 -- pt. 3. The preteen and teenager years.
Everybody rides the carousel
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Presents in animation the eight stages of life in the phases of personality development described by psychologist Erik Erikson. Includes a variety of open-ended situations.
Eye of the storm, The
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Award winning documentary records an innovative experiment in which a third-grade teacher divides her all-white class into "blue-eyes" and "brown-eyes," making each group superior or inferior on successive days. Demonstrates the nature and effects of bigotry by showing changes brought about in their behavior and learning patterns.
Formal reasoning patterns
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Two interviewers, Drs. Robert Kapland and Rita Peterson, work with several secondary school students who exhibit concrete or formal reasoning patterns while responding to four Piagetian tasks.
Human development : 2 1/2 to 6 years /
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1. Physical growth & motor development (21 min.) -- 2. Cognitive development (28 min.) -- 3. Psychosocial development (23 min.) -- 4. Role of play (22 min.).
Traces the factors that contribute to the metamorphosis of a child from a toddler to preschooler. In addition to child development during this period it offers practical suggestions for enhancing that development.
Human development : 6 to 12 years /
BF721.H858 1998
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[1] Physical growth & motor development -- [2] Cognitive development, part 1, Piaget's influence -- [3] Cognitive development, part 2, Information processing -- [4] Psychosocial development.
Details the normal height, weight, and proportional changes characteristic of school-age children, six to twelve years old. Describes Piaget's theories and his four stages of cognitive development. Compares Piaget's theories with those of information processing; and discusses attention, memory and metacognition. Describes Erikson's stage of industry vs. inferiority; changes in the child's self-concept and understanding of others; self-esteem; and the influence of siblings, friends and parents.
Human development: conception to neonate
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pt. 1. Pregnancy (26 min.) -- pt. 2. Birth and the Newborn (27 min.) -- pt. 3. Reducing Risk Factors (34 min.).
Infancy beginnings of cognition and language /
BF723.C5I564 2003
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Provides the setting for understanding the process of human development during infancy.
Infancy early relationships.
BF723.P25I54 2003
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chapter 1. Trust or mistrust -- chapter 2. Differing parental responses, infant expectations & prenatal drug exposure -- chapter 3. Mutuality, attachment & promoting secure attachment -- chapter 4. Stranger anxiety & separation anxiety -- chapter 5. Child care for infants.
Infancy landmarks of development /
HQ767.9.I546 2003
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Looks at the major developments during the first year of life. Includes such major landmarks as the beginnings of locomotion and use of fine motor skills, as well as developments in the processes of eating and sleeping.
Infant behavior
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The first two years of a child's life are a period of learning and adjustment for both parent and child. This program describes common infant behaviors and gives suggestions for dealing with them. Topics covered include eating habits, sleeping habits, and temper tantrums.
Intellectual growth and achievement
BF721.H79 v.3
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A discussion of children's cognitive development, including the different rolls of heredity, environment, and physical factors such as lead poisoning and hearing loss which can negatively affect development. Provides guidelines to help children become high-achieving individuals.
Kids and stress
BF723.S75K5 1993
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Looks at how stress affects kids. Looks at eating and sleeping disturbances, at drug and alcohol use, and at mental illness, depression, and suicide. Also offers suggestions to relieve stress in order to enable adults to help kids and to enable kids to help themselves.
Life's first feelings
BF720.E45L5 1986
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Discusses research which examines infants' emotions, the expression and development of emotions, and the role early feelings play in child development.
Monsters in the closet : childhood fears & anxieties /
BF723.F4M65 1997
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Provides information on types of fears children experience, the ages at which many specific fears surface, and some common sense answers for parents and other providers to help children cope.
Newborn development and discovery, The
HQ767.9.N49 2005
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Covers the neonatal period (first four weeks): appearance of the infant, examinations and tests administered, and schedules.
Peer relationships
BF721.H79 v.2
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Discusses ways in which children influence one another including modeling and reinforcement, and describes how childrens' relationships change depending on their age and stage of development. Describes characteristics of popular, ignored, and rejected children. Gives general guidelines for helping children get along with others. Focuses on specific interventions for children who are shy or overly aggressive.
Positive discipline---positive children
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Prenatal development a life in the making /
HQ767.9.P74 1996
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Covers conception, embryonic and fetal development, and environmental influences like drugs.
Preschoolers. Social & emotional development
HQ767.9.P747 2008
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Shows how preschoolers learn to play cooperatively, make friends, and express emotions. Presents concepts from developmental theorists, insight from current preschool educators, and provides stategies that can be used to foster social and emotional growth.
Seasons of life
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v. 1. Infancy and early childhood (conception to age 6) -- v. 2. Childhood and adolescence (ages 6-20) -- v. 3. Early adulthood (ages 20-40) -- v. 4. Middle adulthood (ages 40-60) -- v. 5. Late adulthood (ages 60+).
Case studies and commentaries by noted psychologists examine human development, from conception to death.
Seasons of life
BF713.S4 1990
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[Pt. 1] Infancy and early childhood -- [pt. 2] Childhood and adolescence -- [pt. 3] Early adulthood -- [pt. 4] Middle adulthood -- [pt. 5] Late adulthood.
Provides an exploration from both the expert and the personal perspectives of human development beginning with conception and continuing through the many changes of growth and aging. Describes how the biological, social and psychological clocks influence the events of the human life cycle. Includes case studies and commentaries by noted psychologists.
Smarter than you think
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Reports recent research on newly-born babies, their emotional needs, and how those needs are fulfilled by the parents.
Theories of development I
HQ767.9.T44 1997
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Brings together different theories of development and puts forth a discussion about these theories. Theories and theorists covered include: cognitive, psychosexual, psychosocial, behaviorist, social learning, sociocultural, Piaget, Freud, Erickson, Gesell, Skinner, and Vygotsky.
Theories of development II
HQ767.9.T446 2007
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Why do early child educators and parents need to understand the educational theories of philosophers from three hundred years ago? Viewers will learn that these theories will give them a foundation upon which to build their own philosophy of education. Learn the theories of John Locke, Jean-Jaques Rousseau, Johann Pestalozzi, and Frederick Froebel.
Vanishing father, The
HQ777.4.V35 1995
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Explores the dramatic change in the American family and recent findings by sociologists that, despite economic status, children from single parent homes are twice as likely to drop out of school, to become teenage mothers, and to spend time in jail.
What if everybody was purple?
BF723.P75W43 2000
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This video uses puppet characters from different ethnic backgrounds to explore the topics of prejudice, forgiveness, and friendship.
What's a parent to do?
HQ755.7.W43 1991
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Discusses basic parenting techniques in infants and young children with tips from noted experts in the field, such as pediatrition, Dr. T. Berry Brazelton and child psychologist, Dr. Stanley Greenspan. Presents several couples experiencing the frustrations of parenting young children. Demonstrates effective parenting skills and explores strategies for raising an emotionally stable adult.
When they never ever listen
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