Psicologia dell'orientamento (2009/2010)

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Course code
4S01068
Name of lecturer
Riccardo Sartori
Coordinator
Riccardo Sartori
Number of ECTS credits allocated
4
Academic sector
M-PSI/04 - DEVELOPMENTAL AND EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
Language of instruction
Italian
Location
VERONA
Period
Sem. 2A dal Feb 22, 2010 al Apr 18, 2010.

Lesson timetable

Sem. 2A
Day Time Type Place Note
Monday 10:10 AM - 12:40 PM lesson Lecture Hall Zorzi B  
Tuesday 10:10 AM - 12:40 PM lesson Lecture Hall Zorzi B  

Learning outcomes

The course aims to provide students with some knowledge of:
1. historical stages of the vocational psychology;
2. vocational models in psychology;
3. tools used in order to provide people (clients or users) with a vocational counselling which is suitable to their characteristics and the characteristics of the environment where they live.

Syllabus

In detail, the course will be articulated according to the following stages:
1. what the vocational psychology is (definitions and approaches);
2. historical stages of the vocational psychology (diagnostic-attitudinal, character-affective, clinical-dynamic, economic-social, educational, stage of the vocational development and, finally, the one centred on the person or maturate-personal);
3. model for vocations (informative, psycho-diagnostic, educational, model of the psychosocial counselling and, finally, the global-interdisciplinary one);
4. tools for vocations (psychological testing, interviews, budget of competences, decision-making, construction of a personal and professional project)


Texts for the exam:
1. Petruccelli F. (2005). Psicologia dell’orientamento. Ambiti teorici e campi applicativi. Milano: Franco Angeli.
2. Sartori R. (2009). Psicologia Psicometrica. Milano: LED.

Texts for deeper information:
1. Favretto G. & Sartori R. (2007). Le età dell’impresa. Milano: Franco Angeli
2. Pombeni M.L. (1998). Il colloquio di orientamento. Roma: Carocci
3. Pombeni M.L. & D’Angelo M.G. (1998). L’orientamento di gruppo. Roma: Carocci

Assessment methods and criteria

Students will take written exams made of closed and open questions