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Article by Dr. Barry S. Hewlett, Professor, Department of Anthropology, Washington State University, Vancouver

This video was recorded at MIT World Series: The Resilient City: Trauma, Recovery and Remembrance. The reconstruction of... see more

This site provides a discussion of experiments in the context of an election.

This site explores the issue: Should heightened scutiny be applied when laws disproportionately burden certain classes of... see more

This video was recorded at President of the Republic of Slovenia. President Türk defined Islam as a global religion... see more

Site from an online biology textbook written by J. W. Kimball. This section on excitable cells gives a concise overview... see more

This video was recorded at 21st IPSA World Congress of Political Science "Global discontent? Dillemas of change",... see more

This video (7:35) is enlightening about the scope and repercussions of sharing personal information online.

Newark, NJ police department 2016 policing strategies. Documentary

'The science of DNA testing can now establish with near certainty who did or didn't commit a crime. Why, then, do inmates... see more

Department of Education Brownbag Lecture "Gang Redux: A Balanced Anti-Gang Strategy" by Professor James Diego Vigil... see more

Recorded on December 1, 2010: “Global Meltdown: Fraud in the Financial Crisis.” Dr. Pontell presents a description of... see more

"Health Disparities and the Healthy Cities Program", A Public Health Seminar delivered by Dr. America Bracho on May 24,... see more

Explore this rich-media digital story about vertical living created by The National Film Board of Canada and The New York... see more

This video was recorded at International Workshop on Coping with Crises in Complex Socio-Economic Systems. We model a... see more

This YouTube video from Ohio State University's Fisher College of Business presents the STAR technique for behavior-based... see more

This is a site that describes the different aspects of human characteristics that are being applied to robotics.

Filmmaker Hanson Hosein follows up his documentary Independent America The Two-Lane Search for Mom and Pop with an... see more

PowerPoint presenation (more than 50 slides) on social issues raised by the Internet. Contains numerous examples, with... see more

This course is a survey of the scientific study of human nature, including how the mind works, and how the brain supports... see more

This learning object is a Spring 2011 videotaped lecture on Science and Research. The lecturer is John Gabrieli of the... see more

This learning object is a Spring 2011 videotaped lecture on the Brain. The lecturer is John Gabrieli of the Massachusetts... see more

This learning object is a Spring 2011 videotaped lecture. The lecturer is John Gabrieli of the Massachusetts Institute of... see more

This learning object is a Spring 2011 videotaped lecture on Memory. The lecturer is John Gabrieli of the Massachusetts... see more