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How to Make Better Decisions

How to Make Better Decisions (DVD)

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People are bad at making important decisions. We are easily enticed and emotional - we justify bad decisions and often keep self-sabotaging without really ever knowing why. But if we stop to analyse how we get it wrong - and stop behaving this way - the effect on our lives can be ...

ISBN BB600
Published 24 July 2008 by VEA Group
Interest Age All ages
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IQ and the Pressure to Perform

IQ and the Pressure to Perform (DVD)

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Part one of Brain Box explores and explains the latest neuro-scientific research into how the brain works, looking particularly at intelligence, emotion and creativity. The role of synapses in intellectual development, the existence of critical periods of learning, and the benefi ...

ISBN CH017
Published 1 January 2001 by VEA Group
Interest Age All ages
Series Brain Box Part One
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EQ and the Emotional Curriculum

EQ and the Emotional Curriculum (DVD)

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Is IQ the most important indicator of general intelligence, or is an increased emotional intelligence a better way of telling us about the skills of children, and how they will cope with everyday life? The theory of Multiple Intelligences is described by Howard Gardner in this pr ...

ISBN CH018
Published 1 January 2001 by VEA Group
Interest Age All ages
Series Brain Box Part Two
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The Illustrated Mum

The Illustrated Mum (DVD)

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Based on a novel by Jacqueline Wilson, this dramatization explores the impact on children of having a parent who suffers from a mental illness. Dolphin and Star wish they understood their mum's behaviours. However there are many special things about their mother, and they remain ...

ISBN CH115
Barcode INFOR2828
Published 1 January 2004 by VEA Group
Interest Age All ages
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