Psychological Services are at the process of production of the following documentaries:


Documentary Diplomas in Motion:


This documentary is related to the unsolved problems of psychological diversity in the system of education. For example, grading systems often give advantage to people with stronger memory, advanced verbal abilities and faster information processing, leaving behind those with an ability to reason and to solve problems using `slow` types of abilities. In addressing these problems, different countries have explored a host of methodologies drawing on their own unique experience, but so far no ideal system of education has been found that is capable of accommodating every type of ability and psychological limitation.


This year we are interviewing leading scientists, officials at Ministries of Education, professors, teachers and students in the following countries: Canada, USA, Russia, Serbia, Kosovo, Australia and New Zealand. We would be happy to hear from interested parties from other countries.


The main idea of the interview is to hear the opinion on practices of education and evaluation of students, which substitute teaching and assessment of learning progress with psychometrics (assessment of a student`s memory, speed and fitness to the industry`s demands). We also would like to hear the opinion on how a use of universal methods of teaching and evaluation within system of education can possibly address the diversity of learning styles and abilities.


Documentary Temperamentum:


This documentary reviews the discoveries in the theory of temperament and biologically based individual differences, from the perspective of psychology, neurophysiology, genetics, social factors such as families and education and even psychopharmacology. It analyses the findings of the broad spectrum of school in Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America and Australia.


Documentary Reaction, Action, Construction:


This documentary compares three major paradigms in psychology which explain `how mind works`: behaviorism, activity theory and functional constructivism, which evolved in performance psychology. The behavioristic “stimulus-reaction (or stimulus-response) model dominates in public opinion and in numerous neural network models while in reality it is not how our psychological processes are organized and function.


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