Tertiary Catalogue

Psychology


Triangulation

All research strategies, practices and methods have their limitations. The most common way of trying to offset these limitations is by using a technique called triangulation. This film uses real life research studies to illustrate the four key...Show More

Of Mice and Monkeys: Ethical Issues in Animal Research

Psychological research is governed by a strict code of ethics covering things like obtaining participants' consent; protecting them from possible harm; and allowing them to withdraw from the research. But there are some 'participants' who can't...Show More
Hacking Happiness

Hacking Happiness

State of Disruption

The actions we take can influence the very function of our brain cells, and ground-breaking research has proven just how much control we have over our mind-body connection. This video explores how ‘hacking’ our ‘feel-good’...Show More
Stress, Anxiety and Resilience in a Time of Disruption

Stress, Anxiety and Resilience in a Time of Disruption

State of Disruption

Our world is currently in a state of disruption not before seen in our lifetimes. The COVID-19 pandemic has shaken the social, economic and political structures that humans once took for granted, understandably impacting the mental health of...Show More
Resilience and the Fight-or-Flight Response

Resilience and the Fight-or-Flight Response

State of Disruption

Encountering a wild animal predator may be a stress we long left behind in history, but the survival mechanisms humans developed then still serve us in today’s stressful situations, from exams to online bullying. This video explores the...Show More
Emerging into Resilience

Emerging into Resilience

State of Disruption

While the sympathetic nervous system triggers the fight-or-flight response to danger, the parasympathetic nervous system allows the body to relax and repair. This video looks at ways we can help our bodies to engage the parasympathetic nervous...Show More
Hannah: Eating Disorders

Hannah: Eating Disorders

Woven Threads: Stories from Within

Hannah is young woman full of life, enthusiasm and a smile that is infectious. If you met her on the street you would never guess the challenges she has faced in her young life. During this episode, Hannah shares some of her journey with us: the...Show More
Keenan: Childhood Trauma, Addiction, Incarceration, and PTSD

Keenan: Childhood Trauma, Addiction, Incarceration, and PTSD

Woven Threads: Stories from Within

After losing his parents at a young age and being separated from his brothers, Keenan was moved from his home in Redfern to the suburbs of southern Sydney. At the age of 13 and against the wishes of his carers, he went to find his brother who...Show More
Emma: Trauma, Adoption, Disordered Eating and PTSD

Emma: Trauma, Adoption, Disordered Eating and PTSD

Woven Threads: Stories from Within

Emma was adopted at six weeks old and always knew she was adopted. When Emma was three, her family adopted another baby girl. As kids they were inseparable but as they grew older they started to see the world differently. Emma lacked a sense...Show More
Jett: Bullying, LGBTIQ, and Eating Disorders

Jett: Bullying, LGBTIQ, and Eating Disorders

Woven Threads: Stories from Within

Nineteen year-old Jett shares his story of suffering from bullying in school and in his dance career, which led to severe anxiety, depression and resulted in anorexia nervosa. When Jett was in primary school, the bullying started because of his...Show More
Olive: Teen Depression

Olive: Teen Depression

Woven Threads: Stories from Within

Olive is sixteen and lives with Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (CPTSD), ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), anxiety and depression. At the age of nine, Olive began to have negative thoughts but she managed to hide them from everyone...Show More
Peter: Anxiety, Depression and Work Stress

Peter: Anxiety, Depression and Work Stress

Woven Threads: Stories from Within

Pete grew up on a farm in New South Wales, Australia. His father was a farmer and all he ever wanted to do was follow his dad around and be a farmer too. After school, Pete went to another farm and learnt about sheep farming, eventually bringing...Show More
Criminal Profiling

Criminal Profiling

Criminal (or Offender) Profiling is an area that’s currently capturing the public imagination once more in TV shows like Mindhunter and Criminal Minds. But what’s the reality behind the hype? This film introduces students to a range of...Show More
On Being Sane in Insane Places

On Being Sane in Insane Places

This haunting film provides a brilliant summary of one of the most infamous experiments ever conducted in psychology, looking at its origins, methods, quite extraordinary findings and its lasting impact on psychiatry.
Learn to Worry Less

Learn to Worry Less

2 Minutes to Success

Learn to Worry Less is a video which acknowledges we are inundated with worry, but shows we can learn to manage it even in unpredictable times. Learn to Worry Less is a video in which psychology expert Peter Quarry shows simple strategies to...Show More
Survive Uncertainty and Fear

Survive Uncertainty and Fear

2 Minutes to Success

Survive Uncertainty and Fear is a video that helps people understand feelings of uncertainty and fear, especially with the pandemic and its domino effect on global economies, job losses, health issues and a stream of bad news. This video helps...Show More
Survive a Personal Crisis

Survive a Personal Crisis

2 Minutes to Success

Survive a Personal Crisis is an important program for anyone facing death of a loved one, illness, relationship breakdown, financial loss or trauma. Each can deeply affect your ability to work. During times of personal crisis, Peter Quarry...Show More
How to Develop Optimism

How to Develop Optimism

2 Minutes to Success

How to Develop Optimism is a simple video that shows how optimism is a skill you can learn and how you can benefit in your relationships, your work and your health. Psychology expert Peter Quarry describes the considerable difference you make to...Show More
Mind over Mood

Mind over Mood

2 Minutes to Success

Mind over Mood will help you understand how to control your moods and switch to positive constructive thinking. Psychologist Eve Ash explains how to change, what she calls, the Negative Land of W (Wishing, Whining and Wasting Time) to the...Show More
Overcome Anxiety

Overcome Anxiety

2 Minutes to Success

Overcome Anxiety will help people feel normal, given 1 in 4 people now experience anxiety more frequently. In this video, learners will discover that anxiety includes symptoms like a racing heart, a desire to withdraw socially, excessive...Show More
Overcome Insomnia

Overcome Insomnia

2 Minutes to Success

Overcome Insomnia is a video that will help the estimated 30% of people who have trouble with how well or how much they are sleeping. While everyone's sleep hours differ, we all need sufficient deep and rapid eye movement (REM) sleep to be...Show More
Overcome a Knockback

Overcome a Knockback

2 Minutes to Success

Overcome a Knockback is a video explaining how knockbacks handled correctly, can be useful guides to achieving what we want. Whether it's a rejected job application, a project proposal or an idea that you floated at a meeting, knockbacks can be...Show More
Psychology, Law, Lies and False Memories

Psychology, Law, Lies and False Memories

Insights and Strategies

Eyewitness testimony and its veracity presents problems for juries and judges, according to the University of California's Dr Elizabeth Loftus. She tells Eve Ash that this intersection of psychology and law has revealed that the more confident a...Show More
Lies, Crimes and False Confessions

Lies, Crimes and False Confessions

Insights and Strategies

Eve Ash discusses why people tell lies with the University of Massachusetts Amherst's Professor Robert Feldman, a specialist in psychological and brain sciences. He has studied lying for many years and observes that (1) all people tell lies in...Show More
Living with Lies

Living with Lies

Insights and Strategies

Eve Ash talks to Professor Robert Feldman (University of Massachusetts Amherst) about his research for the book "The Liar in Your Life": He reveals that we all lie at different times, there are many types of lies ranging from the unconscious to...Show More