The course aims to illustrate the main congenital and acquired pathologies of the central nervous system in a rehabilitative vision, where in addition to motor re-education, psychiatric rehabilitation is also important.
The module aims to provide students with the theoretical and methodological bases of General Psychology, from the bases of Psychology as a science, to the study and measurement of cognitive processes and human behavior.
Class attendance is established by calendar. The final exam cannot be taken without without attending the lessons.
Should teaching be carried out in mixed mode or remotely, it may be necessary to introduce changes with respect to previous statements, in line with the programme planned and outlined in the syllabus.
The course will take place with weekly lectures, at the end of which an assessment test is scheduled for attending students.
If the teaching is given in a mixed or remote way, the necessary changes with respect to what was previously stated may be introduced, in order to respect the program envisaged and reported in the syllabus.
Written exam with multiple choice questions. Oral integration possible.
Verification of learning can also be carried out in web in digital platform, should the conditions require it
Knowledge of the main congenital and acquired neurological pathologies in a multidisciplinary rehabilitation perspective, where it may be useful to integrate a psychiatric rehabilitation program. Among them Cerebral stroke, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, head trauma.
Disability Assessment Scales; correlations between central nerve injury and functional deficit; quantitative gait analysis. Principles of guided self-rehabilitation
- History of Psychology - Models and Methods of Psychology - Learning - Emotions and Motivation - Perception
Strumenti e tecniche di riabilitazione psichiatrica e psicosociale autore: Gabriella B. Franco Angeli Ed.
La Neurologia della sapienza. Berardelli, Cruccu. Esculapio Ed.
1. Psicologia Generale, L. Anolli, P. Legrenzi. V edizione, 2012. Il Mulino