Lessons deal with global health policies, posttraumatic feeding disorder, development and consequences of traumas...
Lesson n.1: New perspectives on healing a violent world
Lesson n.2: The essential role of mental health to global health policies and practice
Lesson n.3: Policies and practices
Lesson n.4: Le conseguenze specifiche del trauma
Lesson n.5: Il trauma e lo sviluppo della personalità
Lesson n.6: La dissociazione nella clinica
Lesson n.7: Modelli di relazione traumatica
Lesson n.8: Sviluppo dell’identità nel trauma
Lesson n.9: Acute critical incident intervention
Lesson n.10: Phases of emotional recovery and coping
Lesson n.11: Trauma and support interventions
Lesson n.12: Phase appropriate interventions
Lesson n.13: Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing
Lesson n.14: Rifugiati e richiedenti asilo: analisi del fenomeno
Lesson n.15: L’assessment psicologico nei richiedenti asilo
Lesson n.16: Specificità dell’assessment psicologico nei richiedenti asilo
Lesson n.17: Posttraumatic feeding disorder - Part 1
Lesson n.18: Posttraumatic feeding disorder - Part 2 Interventions
Certifications: ECTS: 12
Available language: IT/EN
Course main objective is to show how psychotecnologies impact on cognitive processes, extend mind potential and modify interaction models among people coming from different cultures. Course will analyze the historical flow from technology to psychotechnologies: from physical abilities and body capapabilities improvements tools, to cognitive and intelligence enhancing.
Special attention will be paid to communication technologies and their specific languages, to theri historical sequenciality, to knowledge transfer communication models and therefore to teaching methodologies and learning processes: from orality to writing, to electricity, from analogic to digital technolgoies. The course will explore the ways psychotechnologies, and specifically the Web, influenced socialization dynamics, collaboration, knowledge sharing, and how the shift from collective intelligence to connective intelligence has took
Certifications: CFU: 9
LIPS consists of a series of lectures that are given by professors and postdocs at KU Leuven who are doing their research in the field of psychology. The lectures are explicitly meant tobridge the basic fields as taught in the bachelors' psychology courses and their applications in actual research on practical and relevant issues. Complex problems – resulting from real life situations – will be viewed from an open minded psychological viewpoint.
- How to deal with this matter?
- What are the possibilities and limitations in research?
- How can findings be applied in practice?
- What kind of follow-up research is needed / wanted?
- Another way to look at these lectures is as sort-of "keynote" lectures in which the presenters bridge, within their own field of expertise, psychological research to practice (and vice versa).
The course will cover the basic guiding principles of the Clinical Psychology of Children and Young People and offer ways of understanding how the theory can be applied using some of the main psychological therapies, such as cognitive behavioural therapy, interpersonal therapy, structured parenting and family interventions.
The study of educational psychology involves both theory and practice. Focusing upon applying the principles of psychology and research to the practice of teaching, the ultimate goal is the understanding and improvement of instruction.
Prospective teachers and other professionals in training who will interact with students need to understand how students learn and how that learning varies and is affected by each student’s context, culture, and development. This course focuses on the effective application of psychological concepts and principles in the learning and instructional processes; the development of teaching methods, knowledge and skills; and perspectives which enhance learning environments.
The course aims to give students a basic general introduction to the main fields of psychology, to introduce psychological enquiry, the major theoretical systems within each field and their practical applications.
The areas covered include psychological research, learning, memory, cognition, personality and psychopathology.
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This course examines cognitive processes, sometimes called "higher mental processes."
Cognitive psychology includes topics such as perception, attention, memory, language, and thinking. At the end of this course you will gain an appreciation of the basic information in cognitive psychology, including research and theory, as well as an understanding of the complexity of cognitive processes; and hopefully, you will be able to apply your knowledge to your own cognitive processes.
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