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Concepts in Psychology – Part 1 New to Classroom Video, this outstanding video resource introduces students to the essential concepts of psychology, making some of the subject’s more abstract theoretical issues easily accessible to GCSE and A level students. Presented by Dr Steven Taylor, and chapterised for ease of use, this resource explores key issues including: free will and determination, situational theory, and ethical issues in psychology. This resource comes with teaching notes and worksheets to support your teaching, and improve students’ learning outcomes.

Part of the popular Short Cuts series, this video resource includes five chapters exploring landmark psychological experiments: 'The Strange Situation', 'Bandura on Social Learning', 'Elizabeth Loftus on Eyewitness Testimony', 'Milgrams' Experiments on Obedience', and 'The Stanford Prison Experiment'. 2007 • 40 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • ONLINE5

Perspectives on Psychology This informative video resource covers the biological, psychodynamic, and behavioural aspects of psychology, with clear reinforcing graphics, that make complex theories and methodologies easily accessible for A level students. The resource also includes essential exam guidance.

2013 • 30 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • RLC13112000

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Into the Mind

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In this superb series, Dr Michael Mosley goes in search of the brilliant, and often unorthodox, experiments that have led to major scientific discoveries of the mind, providing an engaging introduction to experimental psychology. Distributed under licence from Educational Publishers LLP.

Mind Control  BBC10112 Michael explains the experiments that are challenging the way we think about the mind, even taking a hallucinogenic drug, to reveal its impact on cognition.

Why Study Psychology? Aimed at A level Psychology students, this informative video resource provides a comprehensive introduction to the subject, highlighting the importance of investigating why we think and act as we do. 2001 • 30 mins • KS 5 DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • PSYCH4

Emotions  BBC10113 Michael meets the participants and scientists involved in key historical experiments into human emotion, and takes part in new investigations to understand how our emotions work.

Broken Brains  BBC10114 Michael meets remarkable individuals with brain abnormalities, exploring how experiments on abnormal brains have revealed the workings of the normal human brain. 2010 • 50 mins • KS 4 – 5 • DVD £59 1 yr streaming £20 • 3 yrs streaming £49

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The Magic of the Mind: The Story of Psychology This engaging video resource explores the history of Psychology, revealing how modern psychology has been bolstered by new scientific tools and approaches. 2006 • 29 mins • KS 4 – 5 DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • THEMA


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Thinking and Language

Elizabeth Loftus: Eyewitness Testimony In court cases, eyewitness testimony is often considered the most important evidence, but how reliable are our memories? In this bestselling video resource, Professor Elizabeth Loftus talks viewers through her groundbreaking research on the malleability of memory. She outlines the purpose of her experiments, and the context in which they took place. Students are encouraged to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of Loftus’ study, and will learn how the results of her experiments have radically changed the way the judicial system treats witnesses.

2011 • 18 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • VEA11076

In this comprehensive video resource, Nobel laureate, Daniel Kahneman, introduces students to his research in cognitive psychology, and linguist Noam Chomsky explains the principles of language acquisition.

How Does your Memory Work? This outstanding video resource takes students on a remarkable journey through our minds – from explaining how memories form, to looking at why we lose memories as we age. Fundamental questions about the human condition are raised. Are our most precious recollections simply an arrangement of cells in our brains? And as scientists understand more about how memories are formed, could difficult memories be adapted to make them less distressing? Distributed under licence from Educational Publishers LLP.

2006 • 29 mins • KS 4 – 5 DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • THINK

Adolescent Cognition – Thinking in a New Way In this informative video resource, David Elkind explores the work of Piaget, Erikson, Goffman, and his own studies, to show students the major transitions in cognitive functions that occur during adolescence.

2008 • 60 mins • KS 4 – 5 DVD £59 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • BBC35

1999 • 38 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • DAV99002

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Griffiths: Cognitive Bias and Gambling In this bestselling video resource, Mark Griffiths talks about his case study 'The Role of Cognitive Bias and Skill in Fruit Machine Gambling', outlining the origins, aims, and methodology of his study. Griffiths’ findings are clearly explained, and students are encouraged to consider the implications of his research for cognitive psychology, and understanding gambling addiction and rehabilitation.

2010 • 15 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • ONLINE25

How do we learn, and what is involved in the learning process? This video resource explores these questions, and looks at how certain stimuli can automatically trigger a reflex response (classical conditioning), and the reasons that this comes about.

This video resource explores the fascinating topic of face recognition, including face blindness, reading faces, and the Bruce-Young model. This resource comes with a free bank of teaching notes, to save you precious planning time.

2001 • 30 mins • KS 5 DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • LEARC

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Concrete Operations

Interpretations: Perception

Using structured interviews with children from four to nine years old, this video resource illustrates the development of transitive thinking and reversibility, as children move from the pre-operational, to concrete operational stage of cognitive development.

To understand the outside world, our brains must select, organise, and interpret sensations, transforming them into perceptions that create meaning. This video resource explains how our brains merge various sensory inputs to form a coherent whole.

2006 • 35 mins • KS 4 – 5 DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • DAV93001

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Sleep Dr Steven Taylor presents this fantastic video on sleep, exploring the four stages of sleep, and the causes and impact of not sleeping.

Systems of the Body: The Nervous System

Maguire – Navigation and Brain Structure

This comprehensive video resource offers a thorough overview of the human nervous system. Through superb 3D animation, students are introduced to fascinating microanatomy of the neuron, and the intricate way neurotransmitters send messages from our brains throughout the body. This resource comes with comprehensive teacher notes, which support teaching of the Central Nervous System, the Peripheral Nervous System, and the major structures of the brain.

Eleanor Maguire discusses her seminal study, Navigation-Related Structural Changes in the Hippocampus of Taxi Drivers, looking at its groundbreaking methods, surprising findings, and what they suggest about the plasticity of the human brain.

2013 • 26 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • VEA12069

The Neuron and Neural Transmission This video resource clearly illustrates how the brain communicates with the body, by explaining what the neuron is, how it functions, and what happens when neurological disorders occur.

2009 • 22 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • HRM01

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Stressed to the Limit – Stress and Health

Discovering the Human Brain – New Pathways to Neuroscience Using the resources of the UCLA Brain Mapping Center, this video resource illustrates the development of neuroscience from its classical reliance on and autopsies, through the new insights discovered with EEG equipment, PET scans, and MRI machines.

Addiction and the Human Brain Drug addiction is a disease of the brain, and teens are at greatest risk. This bestselling video resource explores the changes that prolonged use of drugs such as cocaine, heroin, nicotine, and alcohol have on the structure and function of the brain. We also see why voluntary drug use eventually becomes involuntary and compulsive. Interviews with recovering teen addicts, an addiction counsellor, and neuroscientists give this film an intensity that will captivate students’ interest.

How can a stressful day make us sick? This video resource seeks answers, exploring various topics of health psychology.

2006 • 29 mins • KS 4 – 5 DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • STRTO

Changing your Mind The discovery and growing awareness of neuroplasticity has revolutionised our understanding of the brain. In this video resource, students are shown compelling neurological cases to illustrate how the changing brain plays an important role in treating mental diseases and disorders. 2007 • 29 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Subtitles DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • DAV07002

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Eating Disorders

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This comprehensive video resource explains what psychologists mean by an eating disorder, and looks at some of the main causes: underlying biological bases, socio-cultural explanations, and 'dysfunctional' family backgrounds.

This video resource takes a comprehensive look at anxiety disorders including generalised anxiety, panic, post traumatic and obsessive compulsive disorders, and phobias.

2001 • 25 mins • KS 5 • Additional resources DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • ONLINE11

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Aggression

Going to Extremes – Mood Disorders and Schizophrenia

Mental Health – The Basics This bestselling video resource introduces students to the causes and symptoms of mental health disorders, such as depression and anxiety, and the many ways in which people cope with these challenges. The concept of stigma is examined, including how we might change perspectives on those suffering from mental illness. This is a great introduction to a complex subject, and comes with extensive supporting materials.

Trisha Goddard and Stephen Fry share their experiences of anxiety and depression. Interviews look at the role of talking therapies such as CBT, psychotherapy, and counselling.

This video resource follows three people who have been sectioned, on their journey through the mental health system, as they try to regain control of their lives.

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Offender Profiling Using real-life case studies, and interviews with leading practitioners, this critically acclaimed video resource introduces students to the concept of offender profiling, explaining how it is practiced, and how it works. Students are encouraged to evaluate the benefits and drawbacks of offender profiling, to deepen their understanding of this fascinating topic. "Informative, accessible, and student friendly, this really is excellent, and will be an invaluable teaching resource." Deb Gajic, Chair of The Association for the Teaching of Psychology.

2011 • 20 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • VEA11079

Are all individuals capable of murder? What drives people to acts of aggression? Can TV encourage us to become violent? This interview-led video resource provides students with psychological explanations for these topical issues.

This outstanding video resource looks at the two major categories of mood disorders: depression and bipolar disorder, and at the cluster of psychoses known as schizophrenia.

2013 • 26 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • VEA12072

2006 • 29 mins • KS 4 – 5 DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • GOING

Baron Cohen on Autism

Stress Management

Simon Baron Cohen discusses his case study ’Another Advanced Test of Theory of Mind’, clearly explaining his findings and their implications for understanding autism.

Stress has been called the most prevalent disease of modern society. This video resource explores what stress counsellors do and encourages students to evaluate how effective their remedies are.

2010 • 15 mins • KS 4 – 5 DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • ONLINE24

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Activity, Sleep, and Boredom Physical activity and quality sleep are both vital for healthy brains; in this video resource, students will discover how much activity and sleep children’s brains require, and why. We also see why being bored is important to how we process the world around us, and may even be key to creativity. 2011 • 20 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • LZE10005

The Brain This informative and engaging series introduces Psychology students to the workings of the brain during the most critical period of brain development: from birth to age five.

Developing Memory in Developing Brains This video resource shows students how the basic workings of the brain influence our memory and how we learn, and explains what can be done to encourage healthy brain development in children. Students are introduced to the functions of the medulla, cerebellum, thalamus, and amygdale, and taught about the importance of multi-sensory learning and repetition. 2011 • 21 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • LZE10010

Pattern, Structure, and Novelty Our brains are wired to perceive patterns and structure in the world around us. Young children especially need structure to feel secure and be ready to learn. Yet our brains also are continually seeking something new! This engaging resource explores the best ways to give children the structure that they need to set up a strong foundation for learning. 2011 • 21 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • LZE10006

Growing Minds – Cognitive Development in Early Childhood This video resource examines the work of Lev Vygotsky and Jean Piaget, illuminating the similarities and differences of their contributions to our understanding of the cognitive development of young children. 1996 • 25 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources Subtitles DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • DAV96001

Building Literacy Competencies in Early Childhood This video resource introduces students to current concepts in the study of literacy development, and the specialised vocabulary used in this field.

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2000 • 30 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • DAV00001

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Attachment

Play: A Vygotskian Approach

This video resource clearly explains both historical and current research methods, and models of attachment behaviour. The video is excellent for A Psychology Level students.

This video resource reviews the various ways of studying play: the Freudian-Eriksonian approach, the Piagetian view, the social psychological approach, and Lev Vygotsky’s unique theory of play as an arena in which a child can begin to master their behaviour.

2013 • 26 mins • KS 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • VEA12071

1996 • 26 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • DAV96003

Infant and Child Development

Different Strokes – Nurture and Human Diversity

Child Development Theorists This video resource provides an entertaining and enlightening view of the major child development theories, explaining how they differ, and how more than one approach can be beneficial. Students are introduced to the work of Erik Erikson, Maria Montessori, Jean Piaget, Lev Vygotsky, and John Bowlby, and shown how modern child development theories have changed the way that we raise and teach children. This resource comes with a bank of supporting materials to help deepen students’ understanding of this topic.

2000 • 21 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • THEORIST

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Provide you’re A level Psychology students with a clear overview of Piaget’s four stages of cognitive development, with this informative video resource.

2001 • 30 mins • KS 5 DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • INFAN

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This comprehensive video resource explores the role of nurture in psychological development, looking at the roles of the prenatal environment, peer groups, and the power of culture. 2006 • 29 mins • KS 4 – 5 DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • DIFFE


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John Bowlby – Attachment Theory Across Generations John Bowlby's Attachment Theory shows how relational patterns set early in life, affect emotional bonds later in life. This bestselling video resource focuses on attachment theory as it explains many aspects of personality development from childhood through to adulthood. Therapeutic applications of Dr. Bowlby’s theory are clearly illustrated, along with new insights that neuroscience brings to understand the legacy of attachment histories.

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Mary Ainsworth: Attachment and the Growth of Love

William James – The Psychology of Possibility

This video resource shows students how Mary Ainsworth’s Strange Situation became essential to understanding infant-parent interactions, and adult emotional development.

This video resource introduces students to some of William James’ most important formulations, including his discussions of habit, consciousness, will, and religious experience.

2005 • 38 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • DAV05001

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John Dewey – His Life and Work

Maria Montessori – Her Life and Legacy

This video resource introduces students to John Dewey’s critical studies on expanding individual perceptions through the arts, and the implications of democracy for the lives of individuals and their communities. 2007 • 35 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • DAV107001

This video resource clearly outlines Maria Montessori’s conception of intrinsic motivation, and the changing roles a teacher should play for students of various ages.

2001 • 40 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • DAV01001

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Vygotsky's Developmental Theory – An Introduction

B.F. Skinner – A Fresh Appraisal

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Bandura's Social Cognitive Theory – An Introduction Treading new ground in the field of social psychology, Albert Bandura’s work has become basic to understanding how social forces influence individuals, and groups. Utilizing archival materials, and newly shot visuals, this outstanding resource introduces students to the vocabulary and innovative methods of this influential thinker. Dr. Bandura’s own narration imbues this resource with his compelling presentation style. This video comes with fantastic additional resources, to support teaching.

As the theory and practice of constructivist education is reconsidered, the work of Lev Vygotsky is increasingly cited. This video resource introduces students to his life, vocabulary, and key concepts. 1994 • 28 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • DAV94001

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Piaget's Developmental Theory – An Overview

Erik H. Erikson: His Life's Work

This video resource presents an overview of Piaget’s developmental theory, its scope, and content. The film serves as an excellent introduction to Piaget’s work for GCSE and A level students. 2003 • 38 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • DAV03001

Other than Freud, no psychologist has been so critiqued as B.F. Skinner. This video resource looks at Skinner’s life and research. His terms are introduced in context, so students understand how they were intended to be used, and the research that produced them.

1989 • 25 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • DAV89001

Best known for identifying the eight stages of the human life cycle, Erik H. Erikson observed how the interplay of genetics, cultural influences, and experiences produces individual personalities. This video resource introduces students to his work. 1991 • 38 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • DAV91001

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Gender and Sexuality This video resource explores the distinction between ‘sex’ and ‘gender’, looking at the cultural and social factors that influence the differences between men and women.

Rosenhan’s Experiment – Being Sane in Insane Places This comprehensive video resource introduces students to Rosenhan’s infamous experiment, which revealed that doctors in asylums could not tell the difference between ‘sane’ and ‘insane’ patients. With footage of Rosenhan himself, students will learn about the context of the experiment, the experience of the pseudo-patients, how critics evaluated the study, and its continuing implications for the treatment of the mentally ill. Includes a fantastic resource pack to support teaching.

2011 • 20 mins • KS 4 – 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • VEA11078

Obedience and Ethics This fascinating video resource explores some of the key ethical issues that arise from psychological research into obedience and conformity. Students are encouraged to evaluate whether experiments that show conformity can lead us to inflict suffering on others, can cause psychological harm to those being studied. A fantastic resource to stimulate debate in your A level Psychology class.

2001 • 30 mins • KS 5 DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • GENDE

Bystander Intervention This compelling video resource uses the infamous James Bulger case to introduce students to key approaches to bystander behaviour.

2001 • 30 mins • KS 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • ONLINE12

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Capital Punishment

The BBC Prison Study

People to People

In this accessible video resource, Alex Haslam and Steve Reicher tell the story of the largest field study in social psychology for over 30 years, using original illustrative film from the BBC series. As well as documenting their study, Haslam and Reicher explore social identity and its implications, the ethics of the study, their sources of data, and comparisons with the Stanford Prison Study. Includes comprehensive teaching notes, so save you precious planning time.

This bestselling video resource explores social thinking, social influence, and social relations of both the anti-social and pro-social varieties. Students are encouraged to consider why people do what they do, how big a force a group can exert on behaviour, and how cooperative efforts can help to overcome conflict.

This video resource encourages students to evaluate whether the tabloid portrayal of some murderers as monsters has influenced how they are punished. Does vengeance underpin public expectations of punishment? 2010 • 26 mins • KS 4 – 5 DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • OPN10003

Social Psychology – Contemporary Methods and Perspectives This video resource shows students how we apply psychological theories to everyday life, including: conflict, relationships, personality, prejudice, and group pressures. 2008 • 25 mins • KS 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • ONLINE7

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Non-Experimental Research Methods in Psychology

Experimental Research in Psychology This bestselling video resource introduces students to experimental research into attractiveness. What variables affect a person's perception of another’s attractiveness, and can they be manipulated? Do the findings remain the same in both laboratory and field experiments? Students will be surprised by the results of this engaging resource.

Research in Context This flexible video resource contains five chapters: ‘How Science Works’, ‘Descriptive Statistics’, ‘Data Presentation’, ‘Statistical Analysis’, and ‘Data Interpretation’. Each chapter stands alone, for easy integration into your lessons.

This video resource sees psychologists use non-experimental methods to explore the psychological effects of mobile phone use. 2001 • 32 mins • KS 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • ONLINE4

Research Methods in Psychology This video resource provides students with a clear overview of observational and descriptive research in Psychology. 2004 • 35 mins • KS 5 • Additional resources Subtitles • DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • ONLINE3

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Sports Psychology: Motivation, Anxiety, Arousal

Psychological Factors

Theories and Learning

This video resource examines the psychological factors that can affect a sporting performance. Sports psychologists discuss the inverted U hypotheses, and the role of reinforcement in motivation. Techniques that control anxiety are also explored, such as concentration skills, mental rehearsal, visualisation, relaxation, and goal setting. This video comes with a bank of teaching materials, to support teaching of this topic.

Filmed at a leading PE Department, this video resource uses a number of practical examples to explore four key psychological theories, and their application to sporting skills. The resource is split into the following topics, for ease of instruction: social learning theory, operant conditioning, cognitive theory, schema and skills transition, and exam advice and guidance.

This insightful video resource shows students what occurs in an athlete’s mind to stimulate motivation, anxiety, and arousal. 2012 • 22 mins • KS 4 - 5 DVD £49 • 1 yr streaming £20 3 yrs streaming £49 • VEA12003

Sports Psychology: Mental Preparation This video resource clearly explains how athletes can use concentration, visualisation, and mental rehearsal techniques to improve performance.

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