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Produced by The Mental Health Film Board and Affiliated Film Producers. Written and produced by Irving Jacoby.
This film surveys the coordinated program of mental care in New York State. Uses four case histories to portray the major public psychiatric services that make up the statewide program of prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation of the mentally ill.
Produced by the United States Navy.
Father Joseph C. Martin, an educator in alcohol and alcoholism, explains why people drink and the symptoms, physiological effects, and treatment of alcoholism.
Produced by Crawley Films Limited. Ottawa, Canada for McGraw-Hill Text-Films.
This film discusses the habits of daily physical care that ensure a happy, healthy child, including eating, sleeping, bathing, the wearing of proper clothing and outdoor exercise. The film particularly stresses the importance of attitude of both parents and children toward establishment of good daily routine.
Produced by Crawley Films Limited. Ottawa, Canada for McGraw-Hill Text-Film. The McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc.
This film discusses, through short dramatic illustrations, the development and guidance of children's emotions at various levels up to ten years of age. It shows how parents can deal with fear, anger, and curiosity while making happiness the most frequent and dominant emotion influencing the child's personality development.
This silent film shows chronic encephalitis patients suffering from oculogyric crises, involuntary upward deviations of the eyes.
Produced and Distributed by the Mental Health Film Board and the International Film Bureau. Written and produced by Irving Jacoby. Directed by Irving Lerner.
The film demonstrates how one community, through the cooperation of both lay and professional citizens, surveyed mental health needs and established a health center to treat mental disease and emotional disorders. It shows examples of the kind of preventive services a mental health center might provide.
Produced by the Louisiana Association for Mental Health. A George C. Stoney Associates production.
Depicts several situations in which police must contend with suicides or suicide attempts. The situations include those who attempt suicide while in jail, a young man in college who uses a rifle, a young woman living at home using pills, a middle-aged man who contemplates using a handgun when he finds out he has a severe health problem, and another woman who slashes her wrists.
Produced by CRM Educational Films. A Psychology Today film. Produced by Bruce Hart.
The films covers human psychological development from birth through adolescence. It includes interviews of and experiments by Drs. Jerome Kagan, Sylvia Bell, Mary Ainsworth, Patricia Greenfield, and others.