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Academic year
2022/2023
Teacher
LUIGI GRASSI
Credits
8
Didactic period
Primo Semestre

Training objectives

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Modulo: 26177 - PSICHIATRIA
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PSYCHIATRY
To know the most important nosological ( and diagnostic systems in psychiatry (including clinical interviews and psychiatric assessment in clinical practice)
To recognize and assess the most important psychiatric disorders (namely anxiety, depressive, bipolar, stress-related, obsessive-compulsive spectrum, somatic symptom, schizophrenia-spectrum and psychotic disorders and personality disorders) with special reference to primary care and general hospital settings
To know the most important therapeutic intervention (psychopharmacology, psychotherapy, rehabilitation) in psychiatry
To know the liaison models between general/specialized medical services and psychiatric services.

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
To know the main aspects of clinical psychology (personality, life cycle, psychotherapy, special situations)
PSYCHOBIOLOGY
The aim is to provide basic notions relative to the neuronal correlates of behavior with the purpose of suggesting an interpretive and rehabilitative approach to some behavioral and cognitive deficits based on recent discoveries in neuroscience. Particular attention will be devoted to the role that the motor system has in the origin and development of cognitive functions.
At the end of the course the student will be able to individuate and describe perceptual, cognitive and emotional functions and their relative biological and physiological correlates described during the lessons.


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Modulo: 28058 - PSICOBIOLOGIA
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PSYCHIATRY
To know the most important nosological ( and diagnostic systems in psychiatry (including clinical interviews and psychiatric assessment in clinical practice)
To recognize and assess the most important psychiatric disorders (namely anxiety, depressive, bipolar, stress-related, obsessive-compulsive spectrum, somatic symptom, schizophrenia-spectrum and psychotic disorders and personality disorders) with special reference to primary care and general hospital settings
To know the most important therapeutic intervention (psychopharmacology, psychotherapy, rehabilitation) in psychiatry
To know the liaison models between general/specialized medical services and psychiatric services.

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
To know the main aspects of clinical psychology (personality, life cycle, psychotherapy, special situations)
PSYCHOBIOLOGY
The aim is to provide basic notions relative to the neuronal correlates of behavior with the purpose of suggesting an interpretive and rehabilitative approach to some behavioral and cognitive deficits based on recent discoveries in neuroscience. Particular attention will be devoted to the role that the motor system has in the origin and development of cognitive functions.
At the end of the course the student will be able to individuate and describe perceptual, cognitive and emotional functions and their relative biological and physiological correlates described during the lessons.


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Modulo: 47861 - PSICOLOGIA CLINICA
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PSYCHIATRY
To know the most important nosological ( and diagnostic systems in psychiatry (including clinical interviews and psychiatric assessment in clinical practice)
To recognize and assess the most important psychiatric disorders (namely anxiety, depressive, bipolar, stress-related, obsessive-compulsive spectrum, somatic symptom, schizophrenia-spectrum and psychotic disorders and personality disorders) with special reference to primary care and general hospital settings
To know the most important therapeutic intervention (psychopharmacology, psychotherapy, rehabilitation) in psychiatry
To know the liaison models between general/specialized medical services and psychiatric services.

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
To know the main aspects of clinical psychology (personality, life cycle, psychotherapy, special situations)
PSYCHOBIOLOGY
The aim is to provide basic notions relative to the neuronal correlates of behavior with the purpose of suggesting an interpretive and rehabilitative approach to some behavioral and cognitive deficits based on recent discoveries in neuroscience. Particular attention will be devoted to the role that the motor system has in the origin and development of cognitive functions.
At the end of the course the student will be able to individuate and describe perceptual, cognitive and emotional functions and their relative biological and physiological correlates described during the lessons.

Prerequisites

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Modulo: 26177 - PSICHIATRIA
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Basic knowledge of anatomy and physiology of the nervous system.
For PSYCHOBIOLOGY
Basic knowledge of anatomy and physiology of the nervous system.


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Modulo: 28058 - PSICOBIOLOGIA
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Basic knowledge of anatomy and physiology of the nervous system.
For PSYCHOBIOLOGY
Basic knowledge of anatomy and physiology of the nervous system.


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Modulo: 47861 - PSICOLOGIA CLINICA
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Basic knowledge of anatomy and physiology of the nervous system.
For PSYCHOBIOLOGY
Basic knowledge of anatomy and physiology of the nervous system.

Course programme

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Modulo: 26177 - PSICHIATRIA
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PSYCHIATRY
Biopsychsocial model, theoretical models and aims of psychiatry
Taxonomy and diagnostic systems in psychiatry: International Classification of Diseases (WHO) and Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (APA) and epidemiology of psychiatric disorders in the general population
General psychopathology
Psychiatric interview and psycho-diagnostic assessment
Main psychiatric disorders: anxiety, depressive and bipolar disorders; stress-related disorders, obesessive-coumpulsive spectrum disorders, somatic symptom disorders, schizophrenic spectrum and psychotic disorders; psychiatric disorders secondary to medical factors and other disorders of interest for primary care physicians (eating disorders, substance abuse, personality disorders).
Psychiatry in medically ill patients: psychosomatic medicine and consultation-liaison psychiatry
Integrated treatment in psychiatry: psychopharmacology, psychotherapy, psychosocial and rehabilitation intervention
Organization of psychiatry in the community and hospital settings.

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
Knowledge and understanding of the following topics:
Definition of Clinical Psychology and relations with other medical and psychological sciences.
Normality and abnormality in behavior.
The Development of Self, Narcissistic anxiety, Oedipal anxiety and mature development.
Clinical psychology and somatization. Stress and Psychosomatic Disorders.
Methodological issues and evaluation techniques: clinical interview, diagnostic interviews, psychometric tests. Theories of Personality
Psychological Crisis in the lifelong psychological development: psychosomatic disorders of infancy, adolescence.
Psychological adjustment in pregnancy: maternity and maternality. The mother infant relationship.
General introduction to psychotherapic techniques.
Ability to apply knowledge and understanding to clinical practice and development of judgment and reasoning.

PSYCHOBIOLOGY
In detail, the course will be focused on the description of:
Brief History of Psychology, History of the study of the brain and birth of Neuroscience
Neuropsychological method. The method of the double dissociation. The mental chronometry method. Basics of sensory processing. Eloquent areas and not eloquent areas. Multisensory integration. Psychophysics. Techniques to identify the relationship between cognitive functions and neural substrate.
Learning and Memory: Cellular mechanisms of learning and memory. LTP and PTSD.


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Modulo: 28058 - PSICOBIOLOGIA
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PSYCHIATRY
Biopsychsocial model, theoretical models and aims of psychiatry
Taxonomy and diagnostic systems in psychiatry: International Classification of Diseases (WHO) and Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (APA) and epidemiology of psychiatric disorders in the general population
General psychopathology
Psychiatric interview and psycho-diagnostic assessment
Main psychiatric disorders: anxiety, depressive and bipolar disorders; stress-related disorders, obesessive-coumpulsive spectrum disorders, somatic symptom disorders, schizophrenic spectrum and psychotic disorders; psychiatric disorders secondary to medical factors and other disorders of interest for primary care physicians (eating disorders, substance abuse, personality disorders).
Psychiatry in medically ill patients: psychosomatic medicine and consultation-liaison psychiatry
Integrated treatment in psychiatry: psychopharmacology, psychotherapy, psychosocial and rehabilitation intervention
Organization of psychiatry in the community and hospital settings.

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
Knowledge and understanding of the following topics:
Definition of Clinical Psychology and relations with other medical and psychological sciences.
Normality and abnormality in behavior.
The Development of Self, Narcissistic anxiety, Oedipal anxiety and mature development.
Clinical psychology and somatization. Stress and Psychosomatic Disorders.
Methodological issues and evaluation techniques: clinical interview, diagnostic interviews, psychometric tests. Theories of Personality
Psychological Crisis in the lifelong psychological development: psychosomatic disorders of infancy, adolescence.
Psychological adjustment in pregnancy: maternity and maternality. The mother infant relationship.
General introduction to psychotherapic techniques.
Ability to apply knowledge and understanding to clinical practice and development of judgment and reasoning.

PSYCHOBIOLOGY
In detail, the course will be focused on the description of:
Brief History of Psychology, History of the study of the brain and birth of Neuroscience
Neuropsychological method. The method of the double dissociation. The mental chronometry method. Basics of sensory processing. Eloquent areas and not eloquent areas. Multisensory integration. Psychophysics. Techniques to identify the relationship between cognitive functions and neural substrate.
Learning and Memory: Cellular mechanisms of learning and memory. LTP and PTSD.


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Modulo: 47861 - PSICOLOGIA CLINICA
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PSYCHIATRY
Biopsychsocial model, theoretical models and aims of psychiatry
Taxonomy and diagnostic systems in psychiatry: International Classification of Diseases (WHO) and Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (APA) and epidemiology of psychiatric disorders in the general population
General psychopathology
Psychiatric interview and psycho-diagnostic assessment
Main psychiatric disorders: anxiety, depressive and bipolar disorders; stress-related disorders, obesessive-coumpulsive spectrum disorders, somatic symptom disorders, schizophrenic spectrum and psychotic disorders; psychiatric disorders secondary to medical factors and other disorders of interest for primary care physicians (eating disorders, substance abuse, personality disorders).
Psychiatry in medically ill patients: psychosomatic medicine and consultation-liaison psychiatry
Integrated treatment in psychiatry: psychopharmacology, psychotherapy, psychosocial and rehabilitation intervention
Organization of psychiatry in the community and hospital settings.

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
Knowledge and understanding of the following topics:
Definition of Clinical Psychology and relations with other medical and psychological sciences.
Normality and abnormality in behavior.
The Development of Self, Narcissistic anxiety, Oedipal anxiety and mature development.
Clinical psychology and somatization. Stress and Psychosomatic Disorders.
Methodological issues and evaluation techniques: clinical interview, diagnostic interviews, psychometric tests. Theories of Personality
Psychological Crisis in the lifelong psychological development: psychosomatic disorders of infancy, adolescence.
Psychological adjustment in pregnancy: maternity and maternality. The mother infant relationship.
General introduction to psychotherapic techniques.
Ability to apply knowledge and understanding to clinical practice and development of judgment and reasoning.

PSYCHOBIOLOGY
In detail, the course will be focused on the description of:
Brief History of Psychology, History of the study of the brain and birth of Neuroscience
Neuropsychological method. The method of the double dissociation. The mental chronometry method. Basics of sensory processing. Eloquent areas and not eloquent areas. Multisensory integration. Psychophysics. Techniques to identify the relationship between cognitive functions and neural substrate.
Learning and Memory: Cellular mechanisms of learning and memory. LTP and PTSD.

Didactic methods

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Modulo: 26177 - PSICHIATRIA
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PSYCHIATRY
Lectures with clinical cases discussion.
Scientific papers related to psychiatry in general medicine and video-clips will be available in Moodle

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
Lectures

PSYCHOBIOLOGY
Lectures: the teacher will bring practical examples of application of theoretical knowledge thanks to the simulation of experiments and the presentation of videos. On the Moodle platform will be present in full version all the videos presented during lessons and some scientific articles to complement the topics discussed during the course.


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Modulo: 28058 - PSICOBIOLOGIA
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PSYCHIATRY
Lectures with clinical cases discussion.
Scientific papers related to psychiatry in general medicine and video-clips will be available in Moodle

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
Lectures

PSYCHOBIOLOGY
Lectures: the teacher will bring practical examples of application of theoretical knowledge thanks to the simulation of experiments and the presentation of videos. On the Moodle platform will be present in full version all the videos presented during lessons and some scientific articles to complement the topics discussed during the course.


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Modulo: 47861 - PSICOLOGIA CLINICA
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PSYCHIATRY
Lectures with clinical cases discussion.
Scientific papers related to psychiatry in general medicine and video-clips will be available in Moodle

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
Lectures

PSYCHOBIOLOGY
Lectures: the teacher will bring practical examples of application of theoretical knowledge thanks to the simulation of experiments and the presentation of videos. On the Moodle platform will be present in full version all the videos presented during lessons and some scientific articles to complement the topics discussed during the course.

Learning assessment procedures

PSYCHIATRY
Written examination with a duration of 90 minutes in which 11 short open questions to the main topics of the program will be presented to the students. More specifically three questions will regard the psychopathology area, three the clinical psychiatry and psychiatric disorders area, three the psychiatric treatment, and two will be related to practical clinical cases. The students must demonstrate to have acquired the basic knowledge in psychiatry. According to the accuracy, precision and clarity of the responses, each question will be scored from 0 to 3 (range 0-33), with 33 corresponding to 30 cum laude.

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
Oral exam with 3 questions concerning basic and applying knowledge, understanding and skills of communicating and learning of main themes of clinical psychology

PSYCHOBIOLOGY
Lectures: the teacher will bring practical examples of application of theoretical knowledge thanks to the simulation of experiments and the presentation of videos. On the Moodle platform will be present in full version all the videos presented during lessons and some scientific articles to complement the topics discussed during the course.

THE FINAL VOTE RESULTS FROM THE WEIGHTED AVERAGE OF THE VOTES OBTAINED IN EACH TEST.

Reference texts

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Modulo: 26177 - PSICHIATRIA
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CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
Trombini G. (a cura di), Introduzione alla clinica psicologica, Zanichelli, Bologna, 1994

PSYCHIATRY
Bogetto F., Maina G., Albert U., Aguglia E., rassi L., Elementi di psichiatria. Ed. Minerva Medica, Torino, 2014 più appunti del docente
Invernizzi G., Bressi C., Manuale di Psichiatria e Psicologia Clinica, ed McGraw Hill, Milano, 2016
PSYCHOBIOLOGY
Slides presented during the lectures and present at the course website. Specific topics can be further developed in the following texts:
D. Purves, E.M. Brannon, R. Cabeza, S.A. Huettel, K.S. LaBar, M.L. Platt, M.G. Woldorff, Neuroscienze cognitive, Zanichelli, Edition II, 2014.
L. Craighero, Neuroni specchio, Il Mulino 2017.


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Modulo: 28058 - PSICOBIOLOGIA
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CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
Trombini G. (a cura di), Introduzione alla clinica psicologica, Zanichelli, Bologna, 1994

PSYCHIATRY
Bogetto F., Maina G., Albert U., Aguglia E., rassi L., Elementi di psichiatria. Ed. Minerva Medica, Torino, 2014 più appunti del docente
Invernizzi G., Bressi C., Manuale di Psichiatria e Psicologia Clinica, ed McGraw Hill, Milano, 2016
PSYCHOBIOLOGY
Slides presented during the lectures and present at the course website. Specific topics can be further developed in the following texts:
D. Purves, E.M. Brannon, R. Cabeza, S.A. Huettel, K.S. LaBar, M.L. Platt, M.G. Woldorff, Neuroscienze cognitive, Zanichelli, Edition II, 2014.
L. Craighero, Neuroni specchio, Il Mulino 2017.


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Modulo: 47861 - PSICOLOGIA CLINICA
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CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
Trombini G. (a cura di), Introduzione alla clinica psicologica, Zanichelli, Bologna, 1994

PSYCHIATRY
Bogetto F., Maina G., Albert U., Aguglia E., rassi L., Elementi di psichiatria. Ed. Minerva Medica, Torino, 2014 più appunti del docente
Invernizzi G., Bressi C., Manuale di Psichiatria e Psicologia Clinica, ed McGraw Hill, Milano, 2016
PSYCHOBIOLOGY
Slides presented during the lectures and present at the course website. Specific topics can be further developed in the following texts:
D. Purves, E.M. Brannon, R. Cabeza, S.A. Huettel, K.S. LaBar, M.L. Platt, M.G. Woldorff, Neuroscienze cognitive, Zanichelli, Edition II, 2014.
L. Craighero, Neuroni specchio, Il Mulino 2017.