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TERP 1A2S - 1 periodo dal Feb 8, 2021 al Mar 5, 2021.

To show the organization of the course that includes this module, follow this link:  Course organization

Learning outcomes

To provide basic notions on general psychopathology and psychiatric nosography, so as to make students able to recognize the main signs and symptoms of mental distress, develop a diagnostic orientation and enhance the acquired clinical knowledge within therapeutic-rehabilitative work


General methodological approaches in psychiatry: medical-biological approach, psychodynamic approach, behavior-cognitive approach, cultural sociological approach, existential phenomenological approach.
General principles of semeiotics.
Definition of the concept of perception. Perception disorders: hyperesthesia, hypoaesthesia, erythropsy, xanthopsia, micro and macropsia. Illusions. Elementary and complex hallucinations; first-rank symptoms, pseudo hallucinations, hallucinosis, zooptic hallucinations. Definition of the concept of thought: logical, imaginative-fantastic, intuitive thinking. Formal disorders of thought: acceleration, inhibition, slowing down, dissociation. Primary thought. Prevailing ideation. Disorders of the content: lucid delusion, confused delusion. Contents of delusion: persecutory, of greatness, of bodily transformation, of depression. Definition of the concept of psychomotor behavior. Disorders of psychomotor behavior: impulsive behavior, psychomotor excitement, psychomotor retardation, psychomotor arrest, catatonia, cathexia, command automatism, negativism, mannerisms, stereotypies, akathisia, tics. Definition of the concept of affectivity. Affectivity disorders: depression, mania, dysphoria, alexithymia, anxiety, panic, phobia. Definition of the concept of conscience. Consciousness disorders: generality.

Reference texts
Author Title Publishing house Year ISBN Notes
A. vita L. Dell'osso A. Mucci “Manuale di clinica e riabilitazione psichiatrica. Dalle conoscenze teoriche alla pratica dei servizi di salute mentale Giovanni Fioriti Editore 2017 978-88-6315-433-7
C. Bressi e G. Invernizzi (, 2017). Manuale di Psichiatria e Psicologia Clinica" (Edizione 1) McGraw-Hill 2017 978-88-6315-433-7

Examination Methods

The exam will consist of:
- A comment on a clinical case in which the symptoms present must be highlighted - and interpreted in order to obtain an understanding of the case itself
- Description of what is meant by two of the symptoms mentioned in the program.


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