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Title Work

Title No: 19545

Title: Wild science

Medium: Moving Image

Original Medium: Video

Date: 1975 (Copyright)

Original Summary:
"Studies the so-called 'irrational' approaches to knowledge: training a chimpanzee to communicate with the help of a computer, South American Indians who run 200-mile races, an African witch doctor treating a New York City resident for bursitis, and biofeedback centers where people are trained to control organ functions. Testimony of witch doctors, computer experts, physicians, and yogis illustrate things that people of 'reason' are learning from other cultures."--Summary from WorldCat

Countries of Origin: U.S.A.

Duration: 42 min 34 sec 

Genres: Educational

Subjects: Medicine, Experimental; Medicine--Research; Animal communication

Distribution CompanyEncyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corporation
NarratorFalk, Peter
HostFalk, Peter
ProducerMendelson, Lee

Items x1

19545-1Digital : Video/mpeg 

Contained By x1

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4819St. Louis Public Schools educational film library