Found 24 courses
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Elias Economou - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Psychology, University of Crete

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Socail Psychology ΙΙ

Nikolaos Mposantzis - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Philosophy, Education and Psychology, University of Ioannina

This course aims at completing the introductory familiarizing students with the science of social psychology and is aimed at students who have already attended the course Social Psychology I.

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Theories of speech analysis in Social Psychology

Nikolaos Bosantzis - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Philosophy, Education and Psychology, University of Ioannina

Social psychology, mainly in European outbreaks of production and in harmony with corresponding developments in other social sciences, is experiencing its own 'turn to speech, since the mid 80s. "Indeed, the 'turn' is considered by inference, successful, as seen in contemporary socio - Scientific Secretariat, often social scientists of other disciplines turn, borrow and use theories and methodologies developed under it. However, it would be wrong to assume that the 'shift' in the bosom of social psychology uniform and ‘monophony’. Social psychologists included in this stream boot often from very different starting points in the field of social theory consistently, frequently, their methodological recommendations differ significantly.

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Introduction to Developmental Psychology Review

Stathis Papastathopoulos - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department of Philosophy, Education and Psychology, University of Ioannina

This course is an introduction to psychology review with emphasis on development. We will present the discussions in the '70s led to a critical review of the social sciences and psychology in particular, through streams such as constructionism, the poststructuralist theories, feminism n. etc..

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Cognitive Psychology I: Learning, Language, Thought

Eleni Orfanidou - Undergraduate - (A-)
DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY, University of Crete

Successful completion of the course should provide students with the opportunity to have a general view of learning, language and thought, and those theories that explain their function. Also students should be able to interpret empirical research data in relation to existing theories, but also be able to plan simple experimental studies to answer theoretical questions in their respective fields.

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Katerina Maniadaki - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Social Work, TEI of Athens

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Efthimios Kakouros - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Early Childhood Education, TEI of Athens

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Evaggelos Papageorgiou - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department of Social Work, TEI of Athens

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Mental Health Nursing

Mairi Gouva - Undergraduate - (A)
Nursing, TEI of Epirus

The objectives of the course is the evolution and the development of knowledge, skills and technical capabilities in order to provide high level of scientific care to adults with Mental Health problems. As this course is based on the philosophy of dialectical and active operation, the objective of the course, is the integration of theory with clinical practice which includes besides the cathedra teaching, moreover, the active participation of students in critical analysis, evaluation and planned action based on theory.

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Developmental Psychology II

Stathis Papastathopoulos - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department of Philosophy, Education and Psychology, University of Ioannina

At first outlined some key aspects of the history of the study of childhood and adolescence and its configuration as a separate age stages. Then they presented and covered the following topics: biological development cognitive development emotional development the development of relationships with parents, peers and other adults school education and development puberty and experience the emergence of self and sexual identity developmental problems in adolescence (eating disorders, self-image, violence and delinquent behavior, unwanted pregnancy, suicide) Contemporary issues in child and adolescent development (the impact of technological evolution, the media, the internet and characteristics of modern multicultural societies and metaneoterikon).