Group Psychology and evaluation of educational intervention
Scientific Disciplinary Sector (SSD)
M-PSI/05 - SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
1) Knowing and recognizing variables of individual difference involved in the building up of the relationship user/professional
2) Students will focus on personality development with specific reference to the modern challenges in education
3) Recognizing abusive attitudes and behaviors in the workplace;
4) Analyzing group interaction with specific reference to the workplace context
5) Developing competences in group decision making
1) M. Pedrazza, (2010), Pratiche educative e processi psicologici, Carocci, Roma.
2) Pedrazza M., Berlanda S., (2016), I professionisti nei servizi per i minori, comunicazione, innovazione e buone prassi, Erickson, Trento
F. E. Mennen*, M. O’Keefe , 2005, Informed decisions in child welfare: The use of attachment theory in Children and Youth Services Review , 27, pp. 577–593
T. J. Blakely , G. M. Dziadosz , 2015, Application of Attachment Theory in Clinical Social Work, Health & Social Work Volume 40, Number 4
J. P. Burton , J. M. Hoobler (2011) Aggressive reactions to abusive supervision: The role of interactional justice and narcissism, Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 52: 389–398
If needed : Hogg M.A., Vaughan G. M.(2012) Social Psychology, Pearson, Milano
|Monica Pedrazza, Sabrina Berlanda
||I professionisti nei servizi per minori. Comunicazione, innovazione e buone prassi
Students are required to know the presented theoretical constructs, as well as to interpret the behavior of users potentially in charge of services, and the co-workers/leaders behavior in the organization according to the theories and concepts included in the syllabus.
The written examination consists of five question concerning both general and specific issues.
Grading: evaluation from 0/30 to 6/30 will be assigned to each answer with reference to the quality of the student’s written work according to the following criteria:
- Language appropriateness
- Answer’s coherence with the posed questions
- Student’s ability to synthesize
- The answer is not redundant
- Use of scientific terminology, appropriate to treated concepts and issues