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Produced by KQED for the educational television and radio center. Filmed by W.A. Palmer Films. Inc.
This film discusses the use of pre-symbolic language in furthering communication. It also defines and illustrates the function of social language, and shows how social conversation enlarges the possibility of friendship and communication. it features Dr. S.I. Hayakawa of San Francisco State College.
Produced by Capital Cities Television Productions. Published through McGraw-Hill Films.
This film examines the relationship between health and diet; it focuses on specific topics such as coronary heart disease, nutritional deprivation, iron deficiencies, and the relationship of sugar to health.
Produced by Kestral Films.
This film shows and discusses the feelings and attitudes of a group of physically handicapped people in an English institution for the disabled. It emphasizes the fact that physically handicapped people have the same feelings and needs as normal people and focuses on the love of a young man and woman who have cerebral palsy. Their struggles to obtain freedom and privacy are documented.
Produced by the Mental Health Film Board, an Affiliated Film Production.
This film compares a normal family life with the troubled childhood and adult relationships of a young lady at the point of attempting suicide, and shows how psychiatry can help in extreme cases of depression.
Produced by the American Society for Psychoprophylaxis in Obstetrics, Inc. and Durrin Films, Inc. Washington. Produced and written by Ginny Durrin and directed by Kip Durrin
This film provides information about the Lamaze childbirth method.