Offer of subjects for academic course 2019-2020

Bachelor's degree in Psychology

Foundations of psychobiology

Name of the subject and description Type Credits Group Duration Language

Fonaments de la psicobiologia (3101G01056)

Psychobiology, Neuroscience, Neuroanatomy and physiology, Psychogenetics.

Bbasic 12 J Aannual CACatalan

Fundamentals of psychology

Name of the subject and description Type Credits Group Duration Language

Fonaments de psicologia (3101G01057)

The contents of the module will be ordered through the following thematic blocks: 1. What is the Psychology. The object of study of the Psychology. Utility and function of the psychological knowledge. 2. History of the Psychology: the Psychology in the Philosophy. The scientific Psychology. The psychological hospital. Theoretical paradigms and prospects of psychology. 3. Epistemology of Psychology: epistemological references of Psychology. Characteristics of psychological knowledge and how it is formed. 4. Psychological research methodology. Qualitative and quantitative research. Stages of the research process. Studies of observation and survey. Experiments and quasi-experiments. Classification of the methods and techniques of qualitative research. 5. Bibliographical research. Bibliographical databases. The APA document citation format and presenting research reports.

Bbasic 12 J Aannual ESSpanish

Data analysis in psychology

Name of the subject and description Type Credits Group Duration Language

Anàlisi de dades en psicologia 1 (3101G01001)

Module dedicated to: Selecting and applying the appropriate quantitative methodology to conduct research in Psychology. Applying the appropriate data analysis techniques for the design characteristics of the research project. Knowing how to present a research report in accordance with the A.P.A. regulations. Critically evaluating psychological research reports produced by other researchers.

Bbasic 6 J 2second semester CACatalan

Integrated academic and professional skills

Name of the subject and description Type Credits Group Duration Language

Competències acadèmiques i professionals integrades (1) (3101G01003)

Module that works and reflects on the skills of the psychology professional undergoing training. This subject focuses on the reflective skills, problem solving, management of emotions and information research.

OBCompulsory 3 F 1first semester CACatalan

Competències acadèmiques i professionals integrades (2) (3101G01004)

Academic autonomy (1 credit): - Analysing the results of the first semester, managing emotions and frustration, looking for help (4 hrs). - Collaborative work in teams and networks (8 hrs). - Training the psychologist (2 hrs). – PAS-P (administrative and service staff) and tutorials (4 hrs). Communication and interpersonal relations (1 credit): - Interpersonal communication skills (8 hrs). - Oral and written communication (8 hrs). - Negotiation (9 hrs). Socio-professional development (1 credit): - Knowledge of professional work. Observation and reflection on professional practice (15 hrs). - Personal care and professional development (6 hrs). – PAS-P (administrative and service staff) and tutorials (4 hrs).

OBCompulsory 3 J 2second semester CACatalan

Perception, attention, memory and interaction

Name of the subject and description Type Credits Group Duration Language

Percepció, atenció, memòria i interacció (3101G01058)

The contents of the module will be ordered through the following thematic blocks: 1. Neurobiological bases of perception, attention and memory: sensory organs, sensory perception. Structures and neuromodulators involved in memory. Ageing and disorders. Structures involved in attention. 2. Perception: sensation and perception from classical, modern and contemporary psychophysics. Social perception. The influence of the social context on perception Attention: determinants and functions. 3. Psychology of memory and representation. Structural approach (sensory memories, long-term and working). Process approach: the hypothesis of depth of mental processing. Representational approach: networks, distributed representation, outlines, mental images and propositions.

Bbasic 12 J Aannual ESSpanish

Development and culture

Name of the subject and description Type Credits Group Duration Language

Desenvolupament i cultura (3101G01059)

EXPLANATORY PRINCIPLES OF DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY. PSYCHOLOGICAL THEORIES DEVELOPMENT AND CULTURE RESEARCH METHODS OF DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY CHILDHOOD PUBERTY,, ADOLESCENCE AND YOUTH, ADULTHOOD OLD AGE

OBCompulsory 12 J Aannual CACatalan

Data analysis in psychology

Name of the subject and description Type Credits Group Duration Language

Anàlisi de dades en psicologia 2 (3101G01002)

The contents of the subject will be organised into the following topic blocks: . Inferential Statistics: or Estimation of parameters. o Comparing and contrasting hypotheses o Contrasts for independent samples and related samples .o parametric and non parametric contrasts. • Inferential statistics with SPSS. • Application of statistical techniques for analysing results of research in the field of Psychology.

Bbasic 6 F 1first semester CACatalan

Integrated academic and professional skills

Name of the subject and description Type Credits Group Duration Language

Competències acadèmiques i professionals integrades (3) (3101G01005)

Academic autonomy (1 credit): - Personal initiative and self-motivation (10 hrs). - University participation (10 hrs). – PAS-P (administrative and service staff) and tutorials (5 hrs). Communication and interpersonal relations (1 credit): - Interpersonal communication skills (6 hrs). - Negotiation (9 hrs) - Managing people and teams (10 hrs). Socio-professional development (1 credit): - Knowledge of professional work. Observation and reflection on professional practice (15 hrs). - Personal care and professional development (7 hrs). – PAS-P (administrative and service staff) and tutorials (3 hrs).

OBCompulsory 3 F 1first semester CACatalan

Learning, motivation and emotion

Name of the subject and description Type Credits Group Duration Language

Aprenentatge, motivació i emoció (3101G01060)

The contents of the module will be ordered through the following thematic blocks: 1. Psychology of learning: Genetics, evolution and learning. Familiarisation and sensitisation. Basic associative processes: classical, instrumental conditioning and its interactions. Causal learning. Categorisation. Learning and comparative social cognition. Biological and neuropsychological processes related to learning. Learning and behavioural changes. Principles of learning and psychological intervention. Biological bases: learning, motivation and emotion. 2. Psychology of motivation: Nature of motivational function. Needs and motivations. Biological, cognitive and social perspective of the primary motivations, of relationship, control and autonomy. Individual differences and motivation. Goal-orientated behaviour: intention, action and agency. Social aspirations, values and personal objectives. Regulating goal-orientated action. Disorders in motivational function. Motivational intervention: design and development of programmes for motivating individuals, groups and communities in psychological practice. 3. Psychology of emotion: Nature and function of the emotions. Physiological, neurological, cognitive and sociocultural dimensions of the emotions. Basic emotions and social emotions. Emotional processing. Recognition, expression and regulation of the emotions. Individual differences, learning and conditioning of the emotions and emotional disorders. The emotional phenomenon as an object of research and technological development. 4. Synthesis and integration of contents. The adaptive, dynamic and relational nature of learning, motivation and emotion. Personal welfare. The example of stress.

Bbasic 12 J Aannual CACatalan

Cognition and language

Name of the subject and description Type Credits Group Duration Language

Cognició i llenguatge (3101G01061)

Basic principles of cognition, language and communication. Psychology of communication. Psychology of language. Psychology of thought. Neuropsychology of cognition and language. Social categorisation.

Bbasic 12 J Aannual CACatalan

Personality and social context

Name of the subject and description Type Credits Group Duration Language

Personalitat i context social (3101G01062)

The module content is arranged into the following thematic blocks: 1. The study of the personality from the point of view of the individual: a. Definition and concept of personality. Theoretical models and historic and conceptual development of the psychology of personality. Research methodology in the psychology of personality. b. Main models and theories in psychology of the personality: internalistes models, processuals, factorial models, biological theories of the personality, cognitive models, interstockholder models. c. Personality and psychopathology. Personality and well-being. The personality from a positive psychology perspective. 2. The influence of the social situations on the human behaviour: a. Authoritarian personality, conformism, obedience and submission. b. Power, social influence, ideology and values. c. Interpersonal relations and bonds (strong and feeble). Interpersonal communication. d. Styles of leadership. Stereotypes and prejudices. Collective behaviours and social movements. e. The importance of the physical context: pile, environment, privacy and vital space. 3. Individual and social identity as a confluence of individual and social factors, and their relationship with personality.

OBCompulsory 12 J Aannual CACatalan

Psychometrics and evaluation

Name of the subject and description Type Credits Group Duration Language

Psicometria i avaluació (3101G01063)

ASSESSMENT MATERIAL . Conceptual and methodological bases of psychological evaluation. Concept of evaluation, origin and case history, conceptual dichotomies, levels of inference and models of psychological evaluation. • Psychological evaluation as a process: phases of the descriptive and predictive evaluation process, phases of the intervention and appraisal evaluation process, the psychological report, scientific and ethical guarantees of psychological evaluation. • Information-gathering techniques: interview and genogram. Observation, self-observation, objective techniques, subjective techniques and projective techniques. • Evaluating programmes. . Evaluation of the impact of social interventions. PSYCHOMETRICS MATERIAL . To study the different psychometric properties: studies of internal consistency, reliability studies and validity studies. • Introduction to multi-variate techniques: Analysis in main components and factorial analysis. • Process of construction of psychological measurement instruments.

OBCompulsory 12 J Aannual CACatalan

Psychology of education

Name of the subject and description Type Credits Group Duration Language

Psicologia de l'educació (3101G01064)

The content and skills learned in this module are divided into three themed blocks covering the theoretical bases and professional areas of the educational psychologist: FORMATIVE UNIT 1. EDUCATIONAL CONTEXTS AND PRACTICALS 1.1. Object of study and dimensions of the psychology of education. 1.2. The professional role of the educational psychologist. 1.3. Evolutionary change, educational change. 1.4. Educational practices in schools. 1.5. Family education practicals. 1.6. The media as an educational context. 1.7. Video games as learning devices. 1.8. Educational practicals mediated by digital technologies. FORMATIVE UNIT 2. EDUCATIONAL PRACTICALS IN THE SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT 2.1. Professional profile and fields of intervention 2.2. Educational practicals from a community perspective. 2.3. The learning-service as an intervention strategy. FORMATIVE UNIT 3. EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY COUNSELLING AND INTERVENTION IN FORMAL CONTEXTS 3.1. Educational psychology intervention. 3.2. Educational psychology counselling and intervention models 3.3. Professional profile and areas of action within the framework of the EAPs.

OBCompulsory 12 A Aannual CACatalan

Child clinical psychology

Name of the subject and description Type Credits Group Duration Language

Psicologia clínica infantil (3101G01065)

The contents of the module will be ordered through the following thematic blocks: 1. Concept and history of childhood and adolescent psychopathology 2. Childhood and adolescent psychopathology models 3 Classification of child psychopathology 4. Diagnosis in child clinical psychology 5. General causes of mental health disorders in childhood and adolescence . Main disorders that begin in childhood and adolescence 7. Intervention models and techniques in child and adolescent clinical psychology 8. Psychological intervention in mental retardation and developmental disorders 9. Psychological intervention in disturbed behaviour disorders 10. Psychological intervention in emotional disorders

OBCompulsory 12 J Aannual CACatalan

Adult clinical psychology

Name of the subject and description Type Credits Group Duration Language

Psicologia clínica d'adults (3101G01066)

The content will be divided into the following thematic blocks: -Theoretical foundations of Clinical Psychology. -Theoretical and methodological foundations in general and adult psychopathology: Concept and history of psychopathology, Models in Psychopathology, Classification and diagnosis, Psychopathology of basic psychological processes (awareness and identity, orientation, memory, thought, perception, affectivity, psychomotor skills). -Main disorders of adulthood. -Evaluation and diagnosis in adult clinical psychology. -Intervention in Clinical Psychology. -Specific techniques and treatment programmes

OBCompulsory 12 J Aannual CACatalan

Group and organisational psychology

Name of the subject and description Type Credits Group Duration Language

Psicologia dels grups i les organitzacions (3101G01067)

The contents of the module are based around two subjects with the following contents: 1. Psychology of groups: a. Structure of the group. b. Group communication networks. c. Intergroup relationships and category differentiation processes. d. Task-oriented groups: work teams in organisations. 2. Psychology of the organisations: a. Types of organisations. b. Interaction between the individual and the organization. c. Power, leadership and decision making in the organization. d. Change in organisational culture. e. Psychological assessment in organisations f. Psychosocial intervention at work and in organizations. 2. Psychology of organisations

OBCompulsory 12 J Aannual NDundefined

Practicum

Name of the subject and description Type Credits Group Duration Language

Pràcticum 1 (3101G01007)

Practicum 1 is an innovative educational model designed to ensure students have close contact with the 4 main professional areas of psychology: clinical-healthcare, psycho-educational, psychosocial intervention and organisational. This introduces students to the area of experience needed to practice psychotherapy. This is a continuation from the modules Professional and Academic Skills studied in the previous years (CAPI 1,2 and 3) and is the first time students will come into contact with the professional world to help them choose and carry out the Practicum 2.

OBCompulsory 3 J 2second semester CACatalan

Practicum

Name of the subject and description Type Credits Group Duration Language

Pràcticum 2 (3101G01008)

The objective of the practicum is to enable students to apply, observe and reflect on the contents they have been learning in the other degree modules in contexts where they may work in a professional capacity in the future. More specifically, they will have to put into practice the principles and procedures of evaluation and psychological intervention. Mainly, observe and conduct interviews, use observation and apply psychological tests. Also, they will have to know the several fields of application of psychology, acquire the necessary knowledge to influence and promote the quality of life of individuals, groups and organisations in different contexts; education, clinical settings and the health of workplaces and organisations, and community settings. It is also expected that the student will learn to socialise and relate in the different practicum settings, coordinating with other professionals and recognising the organisational dynamics of their work placement centre. The practicum should enable the student to acquire the knowledge they will need and a professional role that will guide them in their future profession.

OBCompulsory 9 F 1first semester CACatalan

Psychosocial intervention

Name of the subject and description Type Credits Group Duration Language

Intervenció psicosocial (3101G01068)

The module content is arranged into the following thematic blocks: 1. Psychosociology of the social intervention: a. Social policies and social intervention. Intentional social change. Problems and social needs and their social representations. Human rights. Social risk and prevention. Social welfare and quality of life. b. Basic, applicable and applied knowledge. Applied social psychology. The community perspective. Sense of community, promotion and community development. c. Historical paradigms in the ways of facing problems and social needs. Social intervention techniques. Pro-sociality and social support networks. Donating. Voluntary workers. Mutual help. Mediation. Cooperativism. d. Evaluation of complex situations. The use of social and psychosocial indicators. Planning and organising social interventions. Evaluative research. Social agents involved and social participation. The social intervention psychologist. Ethics of psychosocial intervention. 2. Areas of the psychosocial intervention: a. Systems of welfare and social protection (social services): Childhood, adolescence and family. Young people and adults. Older people People affected by other situations that can entail inequality or social exclusion. Health system. Education system. b. Other areas of intervention (psico)social. Work and unemployment. Security with the social system: political, juridical, civic. Environment. Political life and sociocultural life. Economics, consumption, marketing and advertising. Free time, sports and tourism.

OBCompulsory 12 J Aannual CACatalan

Bachelor’s thesis

Name of the subject and description Type Credits Group Duration Language

Treball final de grau (3101G01069)

The bachelor's thesis is covered by the framework regulations governing bachelor’s degree thesis, approved by the Governing Council at session 6/12 on 26 July 2012 and by the internal regulations for bachelor’s thesis approved by the Faculty Governing Board. The bachelor's thesis entails doing a project, study or piece of work that applies and integrates and develops the knowledge, capacities, skills and abilities required on the psychology degree programme. The Bachelor's Thesis entails the presentation of a report and the public defence of the work by the student and the evaluation and grading of the work by the assigned educational tribunals. The bachelor's thesis is carried out on an individual basis. Only under exceptional circumstances can the work be carried out in a group when authorised by the programme coordinator. The bachelor's thesis could be an individual proposal presented by the student and/or themes proposed by teaching staff and research teams related with the degree programme or external collaborating entities. If the student undertakes a project or a significant part of a project in a company, institution or research group, they will require the participation of a co-tutor from the institution or research group who will collaborate in the definition of the content or development of the project. If the placement in the company, institution or research group is related with the student's external practicals, the agreement will have to be included in the established agreement.

OBCompulsory 12 J 2second semester CACatalan

Integrated academic and professional skills

Name of the subject and description Type Credits Group Duration Language

Competències acadèmiques i professionals integrades (4) (3101G01006)

Equality in professional relations: culture, gender and sexuality (3 credits) -The construction of 'difference' in science and psychological interventions in different contexts (25 hrs). – Elements of the gender perspective, cultural studies and Queer theory for an egalitarian and non discriminatory psychology (25 hr). -Processes and resources of psychology for equality in research and intervention (25 hr).

OBCompulsory 3 F 1first semester NDundefined
J 2second semester NDundefined

Optional subjects of the degree of psychology

Name of the subject and description Type Credits Group Duration Language

Intervenció psicològica en processos de pèrdua i dol (3101G01014)

Conceptual bases in the processes of loss. Theory of the complaint. The emotions. Trauma. Grief. The grief as a complex process. Symptoms. Tasks. Dynamisms. Strategies of facing up. Prevention of the difficulties in the process in mourning. Education for the life and the death. Palliative care. Giving bad news. Seeing the body. Ceremony of personalised farewell. Evaluation of the process in mourning. Main risk factors. Intervention in processes in mourning. Advice. Individual therapy. Group therapy. Complicated grief. Typology. Unauthorised grief. Therapeutic strategies. Caring for the professional. Preventing compassion fatigue.

OPoptional 3 F 1first semester CACatalan

Trastorns de la personalitat (3101G01015)

Conceptual foundations of personality disorders (PDs). Classification and diagnosis of PDs. Epidemiology of PDs. Etiology and explanatory models of PDs. PD clinic. Assessment of PDs. Differential diagnosis of PDs. Comorbidity of PDs. Intervention in PDs.

OPoptional 3 J 2second semester CACatalan

Neuropsicologia clínica (3101G01016)

The subject area content will follow the following thematic blocks: 1. Neurological disorders that entail cognitive disorders: cerebrovascular accidents, tumours, epilepsy, infections and craneoencephalic traumas. 2. Basic focal cerebral syndromes: frontal, temporal, parietal, occipital, right hemisphere and corpus callosum. 3. Neuropsychological disorders: agnosia, apraxia, amnesias, aphasias, alexia, agraphia, acalculia, dysexecutive syndromes, behavioural and personality disorders and dementias. 4. Neuropsychological evaluation in adulthood. 5. Neuropsychological plasticity, recovery and rehabilitation in adults with brain injuries.

OPoptional 3 F 1first semester CACatalan

Introducció a la clínica de l'envelliment: envelliment normal i envelliment patològic (3101G01017)

1. Concept of ageing. Significance in modern society 2. Identifying the needs of the elderly. 3. Define the concepts of normal ageing and pathological ageing. 4. Approach to major psychopathological disorders (risk factors) 5. Administration and evaluation of psychological tests 6. Approach to the skills, knowledge and attitudes necessary to intervene from a psychological perspective in ageing stage.

OPoptional 3 F 1first semester ENEnglish

Trastorns de la conducta alimentària: prevenció, avaluació i tractament (3101G01020)

. historical Evolution of the disorders of the alimentary behaviour (TCA). • Diagnostic criteria and clinical characteristics of anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and bloating disorder. . multicausal Etiology: factors of predisposition, triggering and of maintenance. . Evaluation: main instruments and techniques of evaluation of the TCA. . Intervention: primary, secondary prevention, treatment and follow-up. Interdisciplinary and psychological work in the treatment of eating disorders.

OPoptional 3 J 1first semester CACatalan

Psicologia del dolor (3101G01022)

Biological, psychological and social bases of pain. Acute and chronic pain. Pain and suffering. Psychological modulation of pain. Evaluation of the pain and psychological therapies for its treatment.

OPoptional 3 F 2second semester CACatalan

Sexualitat i salut (3101G01023)

Biological, psychological and social bases of sexual behaviour. Sexual dysfunction in men and women. Prevention of risky sexual behaviours: unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections.

OPoptional 3 J 2second semester NDundefined

Bases de psicofarmacologia (3101G01024)

Effects of psychoactive drugs on the organism. Psychoactive drugs in various disorders. General drug action mechanisms, actions and use.

OPoptional 3 J 2second semester CACatalan

Psicologia de les addiccions (3101G01025)

Basic concepts, definitions, epidemiology, classifications, (DSM-CII) Dual pathology. Comorbidity. Assessment methods and techniques. Specific assessment instruments. Therapeutic techniques and resources for treating addictions. Prevention programmes. Strategies to maintain abstinence. Specific programmes. Non-toxic addictive behaviours.

OPoptional 3 F 1first semester CACatalan

Assessorament i intervenció psicològica a l'educació formal (3101G01030)

1: Characteristics and conditioning factors of the help provided by psychological advice. Professional profile. Conceptual frameworks of psychological help. 2: Intervention models. Guidance and advice. The constructive educational advice model. Collaborative advice. 3: Advice and strategies for attention to diversity at the institutional level. Institutional analysis and types of intervention and advice. 4: Psycho-educational intervention directed at optimising education and learning processes and of attention to diversity. Advice and strategies for attention to diversity in the classroom. 5: Psychopedagogic intervention and working in a network. Social support and working in a network. The collaborative network.

OPoptional 3 J 1first semester NDundefined

Bases de psiconeuroendocrinologia (3101G01037)

The objective of the subject is to know the biological bases of the neuroendocrine system, in relation to behaviour.

OPoptional 3 F 1first semester CACatalan

Processos d'adaptació i motivació humana (3101G01038)

The contents of the module will be ordered through the following thematic blocks: 1. The concept of adaptation and its psychological significance. 2. Human motivations and the demands of the environment. 3. Situations of change, transition and loss and adaptation. 4. Adaptation processes related to the motivation of control. 5. Adaptation processes related to connection. 6. Adaptation processes related to personal competence. 7. Adaptation processes related to self-determination. 8. Strategies and motivational techniques aimed at change and development of people in different contexts.

OPoptional 3 F 1first semester CACatalan

Psicologia jurídica (3101G01039)

Forensic psychology, family expert, prison psychology, witness assessment, forensic interview.

OPoptional 3 F 1first semester NDundefined

Intervenció psicològica en les organitzacions (3101G01041)

The aim of this subject is to help students understand the role psychologists play in organisations, and their areas of intervention. Using a very practical, dynamic approach, cases will be examined, films related to the topics covered will be watched, and so on. Students are also expected to participate fully.

OPoptional 3 F 1first semester CACatalan

Problemes socials de la infància i risc social (3101G01042)

1. Childhood and evolution of social problems: a historical perspective. 2. Legal and political framework regarding children rights and child protection. 3. Risk, protection, needs, vulnerability and resilience. 4. Introduction to child abuse and neglect. 5. Introduction to the juvenile justice system. 6. The decision-making process in the child protection system 7. The rights of children in public care. 1. Childhood and the evolution of its social problems in a historical perspective. 2. Legal and political framework for children's rights and child protection. 3. Risk factors and protection. Needs, vulnerability and resilience. 4. Introduction to child abuse. 5. Introduction to the juvenile justice system. 6. Decision making process in child protection 7. The rights of looked after children.

OPoptional 3 F 2second semester ENEnglish

Deconstrucció de la psicopatologia (3101G01044)

Subject area content themes: 1. Culture, society and construction of the pathological. 2. Contributions of anti-psychiatry and the initiatives of de-institutionalization and de-stigmatisation. 3. "Women" and "madness" 4. The “psi” complex. 5. Psychopathologisation of experiences in globalisation. 6. New approaches and understandings from social constructivism.

OPoptional 3 F 2second semester NDundefined

Introducció a la violència de gènere (3101G01045)

1. Social imaginations, subjectivity and the sex-gender system. 2. Androcentric and heteronormative relations in cultures, societies and groups. 3. Power relationships and microviolence in daily life: Identification and resources for change. 4. Institutional and symbolic gender violence: Visibility of social, economic, historical and cultural inequalities. 5. Psychosocial experiences of the transformation of gender violence.

OPoptional 3 J 1first semester NDundefined

Intervenció psicològica en emergències (3101G01049)

The contents of the module will be ordered through the following thematic blocks: 1. Psychological reactions to traumatic events. 2. Basic principles of psychological first aid (early psychological intervention) and psychosocial interventions in emergency or disaster contexts. 3. Disaster risk reduction strategies and facilitating resilient communities. 4. Stress management and care of professionals.

OPoptional 3 J 2second semester CACatalan

Psicopatologia forense (3101G01052)

Subject area content themes: 1. Forensic psychopathology and legal system 2. Main pathopsychological disorders and their legal implications. 3. Accountability: concept, evolution and evaluation. 4. Instruments of Forensic Evaluation (IEF) 5. Murderers and psychopaths: reality, myths and scientific knowledge. 6. Analysis of judicial sentences.

OPoptional 3 J 2second semester NDundefined

Alumnes amb trastorns del desenvolupament: intervenció psicoeducativa (3101G01053)

Happy The the following lamb of the subject will: 1. Concept and aspects of the educational intervention in terms of support general. The assessment of special educational needs and the education of children with developmental disorders. Assessment documents, curriculum proposals, and supporting teaching and learning practices. Formal Functions and areas of intervention of the educational psychologist in the educational system. 2. Language disorders. AAC systems Assessment of needs and intervention. 3. Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Evaluation of school needs and intervention. 4. Schoool intervention in students with intellectual disability and giftedness. 5. Visual and hearing impairment. Intervention guidelines for educational support. 6. Motor Students with disorders. Typologies and heterogeneity factors. Aspects in the assessment of educational needs. Empowering educational intervention. Specific supports.

OPoptional 3 F 2second semester ENEnglish

Gestió i resolució de conflictes (3101G01055)

The conflicts are unavoidable in any aspect of our life. Following this premisa, the subject intends to give the pupils another vision in relation to the conflict, as well as tools and techniques to know how to face for them in order to obtain the best results from it. It is about a very practical subject, the concepts, the exercises and the questionnaires carried out in the classroom will allow to the pupils to reflect on its own way to treat the conflicts and to help them to make the changes necessary to improve this skill. The evaluation of the subject will consist precisely of a plan of personal improvement.

OPoptional 3 F 1first semester CACatalan

Educació per la Salut (3101G01071)

Providing students with the tools required to understand and propose community programmes to help improve people’s health. The differences between Education and Prevention. Community health Methodology of work and requirements to work in community health. Designing a health improvement programme with the community.

OPoptional 3 F 1first semester CACatalan

Programes d’intervenció des de l’Envelliment Actiu (3101G01072)

Developing, defining and facilitating the working methodology to design programmes to promote active ageing. Characteristics of active ageing. Main elements of active ageing programmes; working methodology. Elaboration of a possible programme.

OPoptional 3 J 2second semester CACatalan

Psicologia de l’esport (3101G01073)

Knowing the principles, concepts, theories, tools and areas of action of the psychology of sport. Contents: 1. Bases and contextualisation of the psychology of sport 2. Basic psychological needs: motivation, self-confidence, attention and concentration, level of activation. 3. The work with the different agents involved in sport: sportsmen, coaches, referees and judges, parents, managers, other sports professionals. 4. Intervention techniques in the psychology of sport: individual sessions, group sessions, training and competitions. 5. Areas of action in the psychology of sport: performance, initiation, adherence, values, and adapted sport. 6. Psychology of performance: relationship between the psychology of sport and the psychology of the organisations.

OPoptional 3 J 2second semester CACatalan

Tractament psicosocial de la diversitat afectiu-sexual: LGTBI. Homofòbia i transfòbia (3101G01074)

Perspectives with the possibility of psychosocial transformation: .The sexual and gender diversity model: bodies, identities and diverse sexualities; challenging cis-normativity. .Intersectionality and deconstructing heterosexuality and cis-genderism The legal framework protecting the LGTBI community in Catalonia. Act 11/2014. Demand for psychological care among the LGTBI community related to sexual orientation and gender identity : intra- and inter-subjective conflicts with sexual-affective orientation, Homo-, lesbo-, trans- and biphobia. (bullying, aggressive and violent acts, discrimination area of health), intragender violence. Socio-educational prevention and intervention strategies. Good practices: .Tools and educational resources to explore the subject .Families LGTBIQ+

OPoptional 3 J 2second semester CACatalan