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Fri Mar 21 17:15:59 2014 UTClccn-no990551620.31Sam "Lightnin'" Hopkins a film / by Pasquale Buba and Dusty Nelson0.611.00Professor Erik Erikson. the eight stages of psycho-social development /9481013no 990551625039589lccn-n50009145Evans, Richard I.(Richard Isadore)1922-proivrlccn-n82220298KUHT Film Productionslccn-n81028878Pennsylvania State UniversityAudio-Visual Serviceslccn-n79026879Erikson, Erik H.(Erik Homburger)1902-1994ivelccn-no97039396Pennsylvania State UniversityMedia Saleslccn-n79044016Allport, Gordon W.(Gordon Willard)1897-1967lccn-n79022298University of Houstonlccn-n80010148Fromm, Erich1900-1980ivelccn-n79023302Skinner, B. F.(Burrhus Frederic)1904-1990np-bergene, arnoldBergene, ArnoldedtBauer, James L.InterviewsHistoryBiographyCriticism, interpretation, etcPsychologistsPsychoanalysisPersonalityErikson, Erik H.--(Erik Homburger),Skinner, B. F.--(Burrhus Frederic),Identity (Psychology)Conditioned responseHuman behaviorPsychologyBehaviorism (Psychology)PsychotherapyAllport, Gordon W.--(Gordon Willard),Fromm, Erich,Intelligence testsUnited StatesDevelopmental psychologyPsychoanalystsExistentialismEgo (Psychology)Cognitive psychologyFreud, Sigmund,Cross-cultural studiesPsychological testsMurray, Henry A.--(Henry Alexander),Moby Dick (Melville, Herman)Educational tests and measurementsHopkins, Lightnin',Blues musiciansSykes, RooseveltGuitar music (Blues)African American singersOperant conditioningBlues (Music)Miller, Arthur,Piano music (Blues)Motivation (Psychology)Psychology--ResearchCattell, Raymond B.--(Raymond Bernard),Trait intercorrelationsPersonality and cultureDefense mechanisms (Psychology)Personality developmentJung, C. G.--(Carl Gustav),Psychiatry in motion picturesPsychology--Study and teachingDramatistsPsychiatristsExistential psychologyCharacters and characteristics in literaturePsychiatry19581964196619691970197119801990199319941998200320052006200820113642661150.19434BF109.E7ocn071491828ocn078413054ocn225672685ocn080309284ocn081719684ocn225672767ocn055525514ocn225672607ocn225672749ocn080833570ocn0524621181056ocn019559501visu19660.56Erikson, Erik HProfessor Erik EriksonBiographyInterviewsErik Erikson discusses his psychoanalytic theories and focuses on his theory of identity543ocn019559542visu0.63Dr. Gordon AllportInterviewsAllport discusses his reactions to Freudian theory, nomothetic vs. morphogenic vs. idiographic traits, and the functional autonomy of motives. He also talks about the development of the self, evaluation of personality testing, personality development and socialization, and existentialism518ocn020242655visu19660.59Dr. Erich FrommInterviewsIn film 9, Dr. Fromm discusses how the use of character orientations contribute to an individual's abilities for socialization and independence. In film 10, Dr. Fromm discusses psychoanalysis and how individualization and the concept of the self applies382ocn022472269visu19660.56Dr. B.F. SkinnerInterviewsDr. Richard Evans interviews Dr. B.F. Skinner about Freudian theory, and his views about human behavior274ocn019559477visu19660.76Dr. Henry A. MurrayInterviewsIn part 1 Dr. Murray offers impressions of Freud and Jung, his own theoretical concepts, and discusses the thematic aperception and Rorschach tests. In part 2 Dr. Murray analyzes Moby Dick and its author Herman Melville, and discusses personology, the training of psychology students and molar versus molecular personality207ocn519859053visu19660.63Dr. Gordon W. AllportInterviewsIn an interview by Dr. Richard I. Evans, Dr. Gordon Allport, Professor of Psychology, Harvard University, discusses his reactions to Freudian theory, nomothetic vs. morphogenic vs. idiographic traits, and the functional autonomy of motives. He also talks about the development of the self, evaluation of personality testing, personality development and socialization, and existentialism132ocn032972298visu19930.70Lightnin' Hopkins & Roosevelt SykesBiographyIn the first part of this video, Lightnin' Hopkins, traditional Texas blues singer, talks of his career as a bluesman and creator of songs as well as being presented in both informal and concert performances. The second part presents an intimate portrait of Roosevelt Sykes, one of the outstanding blues pianists of this country94ocn071766012visu19660.53Skinner, B. FDr. B.F. SkinnerHistoryBiographyInterviewsDr. Richard I. Evans interviews Dr. B.F. Skinner, renowned psychologist in the field of behaviorism. In the 1st part Dr. Skinner evaluates Freudian theory and discusses his views on motivation, operant conditioning, schedules of reinforcement, punishment, and teaching machines. In the 2nd part Dr. Skinner discusses his novel, Walden two, illustrating the problems of creating a society based on positive rather than negative control. Skinner evaluates the American educational system and describes the application of operant conditioning to society at large91ocn052462118visu20030.31Hopkins, Lightnin'Sam "Lightnin'" Hopkins a film / by Pasquale Buba and Dusty NelsonIn the first part of this DVD, Lightnin' Hopkins, traditional Texas blues singer, talks of his career as a bluesman and creator of songs as well as being presented in both informal and concert performances. The second part presents an intimate portrait of Roosevelt Sykes, one of the outstanding blues pianists of this country73ocn057512439visu19660.88Dr. Gordon Allport. Part 1InterviewsReactions to Freudian theory; nomothetic vs. morphogenic vs. idiographic approaches, traits, functional autonomy of movies63ocn022039171visu19640.66Dr. Raymond CattellInterviewsDr. Raymond Cattell talks about Freudian theory and his views about human behavior, psychological testing, psychotherapy, etc31ocn057512443visu19660.92Dr. Gordon Allport. Part 2InterviewsDr. Allport offers his views on the development of the self, evaluation of personality testing, personality development and socialization, and existentialism. From the Notable contributors to the psychology of personality series32ocn225672685visu19640.84Psychological dialogue with playwright Arthur MillerCriticism, interpretation, etcInterviewsArthur Miller is interviewed by Dr. Richard I. Evans, Professor of Psychology at the University of Houston. In Part 1 Miller explains his concept of motivation, his reaction to psychological analysis of him through his work, and his attitudes toward psychological theories and methods. In Part 2 Miller continues with his reactions to major personality theories and contemporary problems, and discusses art vs. science, personality growth, and identity and role conflicts22ocn057420433visu19640.73Dr. Erich FrommInterviewsIn an interview with Dr. Evans, Dr. Fromm discusses productive and non-productive character orientations and speculates on the lack of productive character orientations in contemporary society. He also talks about mechanisms of escape and individualism21ocn071397013visu19660.47Dr. Gordon AllportInterviewsIn part 1, Dr. Allport discusses his reactions to Freudian theory and his own basic contributions to the understanding of the personality, including trait theory and functional autonomy of motives, and describes his relationship with Freud. In part 2, Dr. Allport offers his views on the development of self, evaluation of personality testing, personality development and socialization, and existentialism21ocn078413054visu19690.66Professor Erik EriksonInterviewsIn an interview with Dr. Evans, Professor of Psychology at the University of Houston, Professor Erikson, Professor of Human Development at Harvard University, discusses libido, the ego, identity and identity crises, positive and negative identities, existentialism, cross-cultural research, fixation and the value of psychotherapy21ocn190831326visu19800.92Dr. Henry A. MurrayInterviewsDr. Murray offers impressions of Freud and Jung, his own theoretical concepts, and discusses the thematic aperception and Rorschach tests21ocn080309284visu19660.53Professor Erik Erikson Part 1HistoryInterviewsIn an interview with Dr. Evans, Professor of Psychology at the University of Houston, Professor Erikson, Professor of Human Development at Harvard University, describes his background in and involvement with psychoanalysis and explains his theory on the eight stages of psycho-social development. Erikson also discusses Freudian theory22ocn081719684visu19641.00Professor Erik Erikson. the eight stages of psycho-social developmentInterviewsIn an interview with Dr. Evans, Professor Erikson describes his background in and involvement with psychoanalysis and explains his theory on the eight stages of psycho-social development11ocn605666053book19940.92Bauer, James LDistribution 2000 : developing and implementing strategies for retail financial institutionsFri Mar 21 15:16:53 EDT 2014batch15490