Jon Mark Tullos (Producer), & Jon, M. T. (Director). (2000). Alcohol. [Film] Governors State University. This film examines the common uses and abuses of alcohol including: various types of alcohol-containing beverages, the pharmacological properties of alcohol, and the effects of alcohol use on both the individual consumer and society as a whole. 60 minutes.
Jon Mark Tullos (Producer), & Jon, M. T. (Director). (2000). Caffeine. [Film] Governors State University. This film reviews the history, pharmacological properties, and effects of caffeine products. 60 minutes.
Emma Hatherley, & BBC, S. (Producers), & Hatherley, E. (Director). (2016). E-cigarettes: Miracle or menace? [Film] BBC Worldwide. Dr. Michael Mosley explores the risks and potential benefits of e-cigarettes. 52 minutes.
Jon Mark Tullos, & Governors State University (Producers), & Jon, M. T. (Director). (2000). Over-the-counter drugs. [Film] Governors State. This discusses the origins of OTC (Over-the-Counter) drugs and examines how their psychoactive properties go unnoticed by consumers. This video explores the properties of a wide range of OTC’s, including stimulants, diet pills, sleep aids, analgesics, and cold/allergy products. 58 minutes.
Begun, A.L. (2017). Theories and biological basis of addiction. Published as an online Open Educational Resource (OER). 211-234, 282-298, 355-367. These pages of the online text focus on alcohol and drinking, caffeine, and over-the-counter medication.
Jon Mark Tullos, & Governors State University. Division of Digital Learning and Media Design (Producers), & Jon, M. T. (Director). (2000). Tobacco and nicotine. [Film] Governors State. This discusses the history and pharmacological effects of tobacco use reviewing the history of tobacco use, the pharmacology of nicotine, and the changing social values related to tobacco use. 58 minutes.