Because instructors may find it inconvenient to search through the various collections previously offered by Worth, users can now access a “best of” collection that showcases the following video series:
Worth Introductory Psychology Videos from Scientific American (New!)
Meant to engage and inspire non-science major students, this exciting new series includes 30 short films, each approximately eight minutes in length and centered on core concepts in introductory psychology including cognitive therapies, stress, and memory. A mix of interviews, narration, dramatization, animation, and research bring these lively psychology concepts to life for both students and educators. Although it is housed primarily in the Worth Video Anthology, instructors may also request this collection on its own, either on a flash drive or closed-captioned DVD.
Video Tool Kit for Introductory Psychology
With its superb collection of 160 brief (1 to 13 minutes) clips, the Video Tool Kit for Introductory Psychology gives students a fresh new way to experience both the classic experiments at the heart of psychological science and cutting-edge research conducted by the field’s most influential investigators. These videos are also available to instructors on CD-ROM and closed-captioned DVD, and on a non-reportable DVD for students who lack Internet connectivity or have bandwidth issues.
Worth Digital Media Archive
The two editions of the Digital Media Archive feature 75 video clips of classic experiments and research, including Bandura’s Bobo doll experiment, Takooshian’s bystander studies, Piaget’s conservation experiment, Harlow’s attachment experiments, and much more.
Scientific American Frontiers Teaching Modules, 3rd ed. The Worth Video Anthology for Introductory Psychology is also available on closed-captioned DVD (ISBN: 1-4641-1097-2).
Edited by Martin Bolt, this collection offers 15 clips from Scientific American Frontiers segments produced between 2003 and 2005.