Group Psychology (2010/2011)

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Course code
4S00723
Name of lecturer
Monica Pedrazza
Coordinator
Monica Pedrazza
Number of ECTS credits allocated
4
Academic sector
M-PSI/05 - SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
Language of instruction
Italian
Location
VERONA
Period
Sem. 2B dal Apr 11, 2011 al Jun 5, 2011.

Lesson timetable

Learning outcomes

One will work in order to achieve the following goals:
- Analyze and understand the interpersonal relation between educator and child/teenager/adult
- Analyze and understand the social processes which regulate interpersonal relationships in social, sanitary and socio-sanitary context,
- One will try to understand problems related to the way the caregiver enter s and keeps the relationship with the child or the teenager,
- Understand the different attitudes of the caregiver and his/her way of conducting relationship with the child, teenager or adult, the segregation social/organisational practice and violence, aggressive behavior, how can aggressive cues influence aggressive behavior,
- understand the principles of the attachment theory and the origin of intersubjectivity

Syllabus

-attachment theorists : Bowlby&Ainsworth; Main; Kaplan; Cassidy; Hazan; Shaver; Bartholomew; Mikulincer, Liotti – attitudes and perception; - attributions and behavior; - social support; - normative and informational influence on behavior; - the dynamics of obedience; - interpersonal vs. group behavior; -Group polarization; -The power of a consistent minority aggressive behavior segregation and violence cooperation and competition 1) Pedrazza M., 2010, Pratiche educative e processi psicologici, Carocci, Roma 2) Zamperini A., 2004, Prigioni della mente. Relazioni di oppressione e resistenza, Einaudi, Torino

Assessment methods and criteria

ORAL EXAM