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  • 1. Introduction to Behavioral Sciences Prepared by: Dr.Maan A.Bari Qasem Saleh,PhD Associate Prof. Depart. Of Psychiatry Faculty of Medicine University of Dammam
  • 2. Outline  course program  what psychology study  The Relation of Psychology with other Disciplines  Schools of Psychology  Fields of Psychology Methods of Studding Psychology BioPsycho Social Model References Assignment
  • 3. Course Program No. of weeks Date Lecture Title 1 Sund:27.1.2013 Tuesd:29.1.2013 Orientation and Introduction to; Biopsychosocial Model; 2 Sat:2.2.2013 Sund:3.2.2013 Major Psychological Theories 3 Sat.:9.2.2013 Sund:10.2.2013 Cognitive Processes; Sensation-Perception 4 Sat.:16.2.2013 Sund:17.2.2013 Attention, Memory and Higher Mental process 5 Sat:23.2.2013 Sund:24.2.2013 Learning Theories and Their Clinical Applications 6 Sat.:2.3.2013 Sund:3.3.2013 Human Psychological Development through the Life Cycle 7 Sat.:9.3.2013 Sund:10.3.2013 Emotion and Motivation 8 Sat.:16.3.2013 Sund:17.3.2013 Personality theories and their clinical applications 9 Sat.:30.3.2013 Sund:31.3.2013 Abnormal Behavior 10 Sat.:6.4.2013 Sund:7.4.2013 Stress management: Relevance to Chronic and life threatening diseases 11 Sat.:13.4.2013 Sund:14.4.2013 Psychology of Pain 12 Sat.:20.4.2013 Sund:21.4.2013 Psychology of Hospitalization
  • 4. What Psychology Study? Study the Behavior of Human & Animals Description Interpretation Prognostic s Normal & Abnormal Reasons & Motivations Control Change
  • 5. Biology Anthropology Medicine Physiology Psychology Zoology Sociology Philosophy Statistic The Relation of Psychology with other Disciplines == Strong Relation _ Low relation -------- Related topics
  • 6. Schools of Psychology School Imminent Basic assumptions Structuralism Wihelm Wundt, Edward B. Titchener the complex perceptions can be raised through basic sensory information Psychoanalysis Freud, Jung, Adler, Horney, Erikson Behavior is motivated by intrapsychic conflict and biological urges Behaviorism Ivan Pavlov, Jhon watson, Skinner , Bandura, Mischel, Rotter Behavior is controlled largely by environmental contingencies, people's perception of them, or their combination Gestalt Max Wertheimer, Wolfgang Kohler, Kurt Koffka The whole is other than the sum of the parts Humanistic Abraham Maslow, Carl Rogers People are good and have innate worth
  • 7. Fields of Psychology General Psychology Developmental Psychology Educational Psychology Clinical Psychology Experimental Psychology Physiological Psychology Work and Organizational Psychology Zoo Psychology Forensic Psychology Health Psychology Military Psychology space Psychology Social Psychology Sport Psychology Environmental Psychology
  • 8. Methods of Studding Psychology Interview Observation  Psychological Tests & Scales Other Technical tools( Devices: EEG,FMRI,..)
  • 9. Human Begin as a BioPsycho Social Unit Environmental Aspect Aspect Biological Aspect Psychological Aspect: (personality) Genetic& biochemical Factors Physical environmen t Social environment
  • 10. Comparison of biomedical and biopsychosocial approaches concept Biomedical biopsychosocial Mind-body relationship Separate; independent(dualism) Part of dynamic system; influence each other Cause of disease Pathogen Multiple factors at different levels Causality Linear Circular Psychosocial factors Irrelevant Essential Approach to illness and Treatment Reductionist Holistic Responsibility for health Medical professionals e.g. to combat disease Individual s/society – e.g. healthy lifestyle Focus of treatment Eradication or containment of pathology Physical, psychological, and social factors contributing to illness Focus of health promotion Avoidance of pathogens Reduction of physical, psychological, and social risk factors
  • 11. References
  • 12. Assignment Presentation-1: field of Psychology &  Methods of Studding Psychology Number of students-2 only Date of presentation: Sund:3.2.2013 Duration for presentation :20 Min.
  • 13. Requires for presentation Designing the first slide : - University of Dammam+ Faculty + Department - Title of presentation - Name of the student –year-RT - Name of Supervisor –Academic title - Date Outline of the presentation Using pictures and figures References (According to APA style): www.apa.org - Carretie, L. Hinojosa, J. A., Martin-Loeches, M., Mecado, F., & Tapia, M. (2004). Automatic attention to emotional stimuli: Neural correlates. Human Brain Mapping, 22, 290–299. - Beck, A. T., Epstein, N., Brown, G., & Steer, R. A. (1988). An inventory for measuring clinical anxiety: Psychometric properties. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 56, 893–897. Distribution the time on the slides (20Min.)
  • 14. Thank you