Using video: psychological and social applications
Discusses, in handbook form, the use of videotape for studying and influencing human behavior. Provides a comprehensive review of the scientific and therapeutic ideas connected with the video medium. Surveys existing and potential applications and explores video as a direct change agent. Includes a case study and discusses theories behind the use of video. Evaluates the state-of-the-art and future directions.
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Applications of Recording Human Performance
Considerations of the Participant in Video Recording
The Analysis of Video Records
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