Ronald Meyer

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The Human Brain
Part of the Series: The Neuroscience of Addiction
The Human Brain, lays out the neural-biochemical nature of the brain and examines the relationship of the brain to drugs of abuse.
Drugs of Abuse
Part of the Series: The Neuroscience of Addiction
Drugs of Abuse, shows how mind-altering drugs have been an ever-present part of human culture, the positive and negative effects of drugs of abuse and how they influence the brain and consequently affect mood and behavior.
Drugs in the Brain
Part of the Series: The Neuroscience of Addiction
Drugs in the Brain, discusses how drugs of abuse change the most fundamental information processing networks in the brain by hijacking and changing neural networks.
The Independent Auteur
Part of the Series: The Great Directors
While one half of Hollywood is the glitz and glamor of the studios, the other half is the Indie. This film examines the independent auteur, the author of the avant-garde literature of modern American film.
Overcoming Addiction
Part of the Series: The Neuroscience of Addiction
The addict's brain has changed and, consequently, recovering from alcohol and substance abuse can be a long and complex process. Program 4: Overcoming Addiction shows how understanding that full-blown addiction is a brain disease is revolutionizing the definition of addiction…
21st Century Turning Points in U.S. History (2000 - 2017) - An In-Depth Look at the Groundbreaking Events of the 21st Century
Examining the most significant events in America since the turn of the century. A nation under attack on her own soil, a natural disaster destroying one of her major cities, Americans facing the greatest economic crisis since the Great Depression,…
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Documentary and Experimental Film
Part of the Series: The Great Directors
The process of documenting ordinary or exceptional events in such a way that they tell a compelling story is the skill set that documentary filmmakers bring to moviemaking. This film describes the genre of short documentaries and experimental films from…
Animation
Part of the Series: The Great Directors
This film traces the evolution of Animation from the earliest feature, Winsor McCay's Gertie the Dinosaur, and the genius of Walt Disney to the CGI megahits of studios like Pixar in Animation's Second Golden Age.
Cities and Urban Land Use
Part of the Series: Human Geography
In 1800 only 3% of the world's population lived in cities. Now in the 21st century more than half of humanity lives in urban areas. Program seven examines where cities are located, how are they organized, and what are they…
Directions for the Future
Part of the Series: The Neuroscience of Addiction
Recent discoveries by neuroscientists have changed the conversation around addiction, providing answers and raising new questions that point to new directions in understanding the brain and its relationship with drugs of abuse. Program 5: Directions for the Future, examines how…
The Summer Blockbuster
Part of the Series: The Great Directors
In the 1970s Hollywood escaped slow financial ruin with the introduction of the summer Blockbuster. This film shows how this idea not only redefined Hollywood, it established one of the cinema's greatest financial marvels - the franchise.
Agriculture and Rural Land Use
Part of the Series: Human Geography
As the human population has grown to over 7 billion people, nothing has had to change more than the geography of agriculture. Program five studies the primary relationship between people and the cultivation of land and how agriculture has developed…
The Tools of Human Geography
Part of the Series: Human Geography
Alec Murphy introduces the techniques and tools of human geography that human geographers have developed for understanding the ever-changing human landscape. It is this knowledge that is proving to be absolutely critical for success in the complex, globally interconnected world…
Understanding Human Culture
Part of the Series: Human Geography
Humans are among the most social animals on the planet. We need a shared system of language, beliefs, norms and values to survive and mature from birth to adulthood. In this program, Alec Murphy investigates human culture and how geography…
Immigrant Filmmakers
Part of the Series: The Great Directors
Hollywood has always attracted foreign directors with superb cinematic dreams, including visionaries such as Otto Preminger, Billy Wilder, Alfred Hitchcock and Ang Lee. This film describes the impact of immigrant filmmakers not only on American cinema, but on the story…
Career Decisions: Nursing - An Invaluable Guide to Prospective Nursing Students
Using interviews with working nurses, doctors, hospital administrators and nursing school teachers from the prestigious University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus in Denver, CAREER DECISIONS: NURSING provides an invaluable guide to prospective nursing students. This video covers how the modern…
Industrialization and Economic Development
Part of the Series: Human Geography
Economic growth, wealth creation, outsourcing, economic inequality, resource distribution, and the uneven penetration of the global economy are phenomena that have a strong geographic base. In program 6 Alec Murphy looks at how human geography can make sense of the…
Career Decisions: Physical Therapy - An Overview of a Career Choice in Physical Therapy
Presenting a comprehensive guide to perspective physical therapy students, this program is designed to enable teachers and career guidance counselors a means to present a guide to choosing the physical therapy profession. Physical Therapy or PT has been a part…
Population Distribution and Migration
Part of the Series: Human Geography
Program two focuses on the most fundamental aspect of the human cultural landscape: the distribution and concentration of people across the planet. At the same time it examines how population distribution has changed over time, and why.
Political Boundaries
Part of the Series: Human Geography
Isolationism, colonialism, regionalism and imperialism are all geographically inspired political ideas. They are examples of different ways of thinking about how the world has been, or is, divided politically. Human geography can make sense of why the world has been…