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1. Program data
1.3 Departament NEUROSCIENCE (VIII)
1.4 Domain of study1) Licence
1.5 Cycle of study2) Licence
1.6 Study MEDICINE

2. Discipline data
2.2 The owner of the course activities s.l.dr. ANGHEL TEODORA
2.3 The owner of the laboratory activities s.l.dr ANGHEL TEODORA
2.4 Year of study I 2.5 Semestre I 2.6 Type of The 2.7 The Content3) DC
evaluation colloquium discipline Obligatorines3) DI

3. Time
3.1 Hours on a week 2 3.2 from which: course 1 3.3 seminary 1
3.4 All hours from educational plan 28 3.5 from which: course 14 3.6 saminary 14
Distribution of time fund hours
Study after manual, course support, bibliography and notes 14
Additional documentation in the library, on the specialized electronic platforms and on the field 10
Training seminars / laboratories / projects, themes, papers, portfolios and essays 10
Tutoringt 2
Examinations 2
Other activities(workshop-uri) 4
3.7 Individual study 34
3.8 Total hours per semester 70
3.9 Number of credits) 2

4. Preconditions
4.1 curriculum -
4.2 competences Knowledges:
 the main orientations in psychology
 some elements of psychoanalysis
 mental processes: sensation, perception, attention, memory, thinking, language,
imagination, intelligence
 temperamental typologies
 normal personality and accentuated personality
 acquiring general notions of human consciousness and brain
 acquiring basic notions of health psychology

5. Conditions
5.1 course  using the video projector
 attendance at the course in 70% of the cases
 students will not attend the course with their mobile phones or open laptops.
Also, telephone conversations will not be tolerated during the course, nor
do students leave the classroom to take over personal telephone calls;
 the students' delay in the course will not be tolerated
5.2 for laboratory  the deadline for the submission of the project or seminar booklet is
established by the teacher in agreement with the students. Claims for
postponement will not be accepted for reasons other than a legitimate
6. Competencies
 To know the terminology used in psychology
 To demonstrate the ability to properly use the notions of medical psychology
 To acquire skills for identifying personality disorders

 To demonstrate preoccupation for professional development


 To demonstrate involvement in scientific activities, such as the development of case studies, of

 To participate in scientific events

7. Objectives
7.1 General objective  acquiring knowledge of general and medical psychology
7.2 Specific objectives  knowing the various explanatory models of health and disease;
 knowledge of sanogenesis models;
 knowing the role of stress and identifying the burnout phenomenon;
 identifying the type of personality associated with certain diseases;
 good and rational understanding by students of established relationships between
physicians and patients, a fundamental element for the functionality of any
evolved medical system.
 acquiring a comprehensive view of the complexity of the disease state and of the
basic needs of the patients

8. Contents
8.1 Course Teaching methods Number of Observations
1. The main approaches in psychology (behaviorist, Lecture 1
cognitivist, humanistic psychoanalytic, transpersonal Videoprojector
2. Psychanalitical personality approach: Freu and Jung. 1
3. Cognitive neuroscience. Neurobiological aspects of 1
human behavior (neurotransmitters).
4. Psychic processes and their disorders I (sensation, 1
perception, attention, consciousness)
5. Psychic processes and their disorders II (memory, 1
thinking, language, emotional intelligence)
6. Personality disorders. 1
7. Human behavior - bio-psycho-social complex. 1
Normality versus abnormality. Explanatory patterns of
disease and health.
8. Stress and psychosomatic disorders. Syndrome burn out. 1
9. The Placebo vs. Nocebo phenomenon in medicine 1
10 . Introduction to sociology of medicine 1
11. How a medical system works: theoretical and practical 1
structures, mechanisms and tools
12. The complexity of the doctor-patient relationship - an 1
overview and a comparison between the various medical
systems in the European Union
13. The way of life and how it affects our health 1
14. Sickness - effects, attitudes, reactions in society 1
1. Conner, M., Norman, P., 2005, Predicting health behavior: Research and practice with social cognition
models, Open University Press
2. Dispenza, J., You are Placebo
3. Fadem, B., 2000, Behavioral science, Lippincot Williams &Wilkins
4. Feldman, M., Christensen, 2008, Behavioral Medicine, Mc Graw Hill Medical
5. Taylor, S., 2003, Health Psychology, Mc Graw Hill Medical
6. Quinn, G., 2009, Behavioral science, Mc Graw Hill Medical
7. Sapolsky, R., 2004, Why zebras don't get ulcer, third edition, St Martin' Griffin, United States of America
8.Pawlik, K., Rosenzweig, M., 2000, International Handbook of Psychology, Sage Publication, London
9.Ogdane, J., 2007, Health psychology, Fourth Edition, Open University Press, New York
10.Guijaro, C., A history of the placebo, Neurosciences and History 2015; 3(2): 68-80
8.2 Laboratory / internship / project Teaching and learning Number Observation
methods of hours
1 Thematic documentation. Cognitive-behavioral Lecture 1
psychotherapy. Debate
2. Exercises to identify defense mechanisms. Studies 1
Documentary - Sigmund Freud
3. Methods of personality investigation. Ontogenetic 1
development. Identifying your own temperamental
4. Psychic disorders. Verification of knowledge. 1
5. Mnemotechnics. Exceptional memory. Test for 1
Emotional Intelligence Assessment. Verification of
6. Questionnaire for identifying personalities disorders 1
7. Questionnaires for identifying sanogenesis models. 1
8. Questionnaire for burn out syndrome. Documentary: 1
9 Verification of knowledge. Documentary: The power of 1
the mind - the placebo effect
10. Typologies and mechanisms through which sociology 1
of medicine is used to explain the evolution of
contemporary somatic systems.
11 How do doctor-patient relationships in hospitals in 1
Romania work: case studies
12. Practical approaches to lifestyle in Romanian society: 1
13. How does a Romanian hospital work: analyzing how 1
to exercise management from the perspective of the
pyramid structure of power.
14. Sickness and its effects on society: making samples 1
and polls among patients in local hospitals
1. Aldwin, C., 2007, Stress, coping and development, The Guilford Press, new York London
2.Zinn, K.J., 2013, Full Catastrophe Living – using the wisdom of your body and mind to face stress, pain, and
ilness – the program of the stress reduction clinic of Massachusetts Medical Center

9. Corroborating the contents of the discipline with the expectations of the representatives of the epistemic
communities, professional associations and representative employers in the field related to the program

10. Evaluation
Type of activity 10.1 Evaluation criterias 10.2 Evaluations methods 10.3 Weight
of the final
10.4 Curs  knowledge of the terminology Written exam, subjects, limited time 50%
used in general and medical (60 min) - covering the entire
psychology subject matter of the semester.
 the ability to recognize and
properly use the notions
10.5 Laboratory /  Acquiring elements of Presentation of individual work 40%
Internship behavioral science and health The attendance of the seminars as 10%
psychology well as the active participation

10.6 Minimum performance standard

Date of completion Signature of course holder Signature of lab holder / trainee

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Signature of the Head of
Date of approval in the department Signature of Department Director
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