TEACHING MODULES: THE BRAIN
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Organized into 32 units under nine headings, these programs employ reenactments, expert interviews, and cutting-edge technology (microphotography, biological imaging, computer animation) to teach the structure, functions, and abnormalities of the human brain.
Topics include gender development and social influences; intelligence and culture; the effects of hormones; cortical organization and specialization; vision and movement; circadian rhythms, sleep, and dreaming; memory and amnesia; stress and coping; personality and aggression; psychological disorders; and treatment of brain disorders.
Quantities are limited.
Colorado State University for the Annenberg/CPB Project