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Infant monkeys were separated from mothers, raised by cloth or wire monkeys. Wire-raised later exhibited excessive aggression.
Dr. Rogers discusses motivation, perception, learning, the self, and his development of client-centered psychotherapy. Explains his reaction to encounter groups, pointing out their strengths and weaknesses.
Actual psychoanalysis session performed by Dr. Carl Rogers. Interview with a young man, a student, who is concerned because he is a homosexual.
Classic recording of a young woman with three distinct personalities. During actual interview sessions, the viewer is introduced to the behaviors of the personalities residing in patient: Eve Black, Jane, and Eve White.
Features teaching segments from his six films and corresponding classroom materials, plus a documentary on his life and work.
Two-way communication established with a chimpanzee by means of sign language.
Discover the sources of contamination during the food manufacturing process, learn how to maintain personal hygiene, and find out how to meet revised regulations. See titles.
Identifies diseases and recommends courses of action to remedy.
Highly acclaimed anthropology documentary series available for the first time in the U.S. and Canada.
A performance of the Balinese ceremonial kris (dagger) dance-drama as it was given in the village of Pagoetan.
Margaret Mead shows cross-cultural comparisons of mother-child interplay during bathing in three different cultures.
Ford Motor Company chose not to recall the Pinto although people were dying in fires. Students learn from the recall coordinator himself.
WPSU Featured Releases
The Geospatial Revolution Project is a public media examination of the world of digital mapping and how it is changing the way we think, behave, and interact. Learn more.
This ninety-minute documentary tells the story of essential, but aging, water infrastructure systems: water, wastewater, and stormwater. Learn more.
Follow eight incoming freshmen as they pursue their dreams of making the Penn State Blue Band in this one-hour documentary. Learn more.
Why We Dance: The Story of THON is a documentary project that chronicles the student-run philanthropy, THON, and the children, families, and students who are changed by their experience. Learn more.
A documentary for raising domestic violence awareness. Order now to receive a 2-disc special, including a conversation with Mariska Hargitay and Sheryl Cates and a local discussion on the topic. Learn more.
Discover the people and places of central Pennsylvania through the lenses of local residents.
A DVD tutorial for teaching women to sing musical theatre with Mary Saunders.
The "White City" inspires future innovators like Henry Ford and Frank Lloyd Wright during the troubled backdrop of the 1890s.