GENERAL AND COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The student must be able to have at least an idea to be able to discriminate the various psychopathologies to be able, tomorrow, to turn to the right professionalism in case of help. To get to know and use educational and rehabilitation techniques based on learning theories with sufficient autonomy.
Course contents summary
Knowledge on the use of the main techniques of
clinical psychological evaluation in a multi-dimensional perspective with particular attention to clinical diagnosis in psychopathology, neuropsychology and psychophysiology.
The evaluation strategies of the subject in will be considered
a multimodal diagnosis key and notes on the main psychopathological disorders with particular attention to eating disorders and addiction. Methods and techniques for the analysis of behavioral and emotional reactions will therefore be proposed.
physiological cognitive and relational of the person providing the
tools for a global reading of human behavior also in
key to understanding discomfort in the developmental age.
Basic notions of behavioral sciences: psychology, clinic, psychotherapy and psychopathology. Main psychopathological syndromes with particular attention to those with onset in developmental age. Educating educators. Techniques inspired by learning theories, biofeedback, Learning skills.
Hooley, Butcher,...Psicologia clinica e psicopatologia, ed. Pearson,2017
C. Pruneti Psicopatologia Generale, Esculapio, Bologna, 2013.
C. Pruneti, Rilassamento Muscolare e gestione dello stress, Esculapio, Bologna, 2017
Innocenti A., Pruneti C., Psicobiologia della Nutrizione e dello Stress, Ed. Esculapio Bologna, 2012.
Pruneti C., Psicologia Clinica e malattia organica, Esculapio, Bologna.
lessons, role playng
Assessment methods and criteria
Oral exam possibly assisted by tests written in itinere.
It is necessary the download of the chapters particularly devoted to infants and children using the password presented on the book of Hooley, Butcher et al.