Cesar Rebellon, Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of New Hampshire, discusses juvenile crime in the United States. Rebellon discusses whether the differential association and social learning theories are accurate when determining if peer pressure affects the way people act.
Ferrinne Spector, Assistant Professor in the Psychology Department at Edgewood College, discusses the basic developmental structure of the sensory systems which inherently include all of the five senses. Spector explains how information is translated across the senses and how that influences our perception of the world.
David Smith, Art Professor, Edgewood College, introduces the murals painted by self-taught artist Ernest Hüpenden in the late 1890s. Hüpenden’s work reflects the rich tradition of folk art in Wisconsin and is painted on the walls and ceiling at The Painted Forest in Valton, Wisconsin.
Brenda del Moral, Assistant Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, Edgewood College, presents a multi-leveled, systems approach to addiction and how it affects the whole organism--down to the molecular level. Del Moral describes the criteria needed to diagnose a person with the disease of addiction.