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26.04.2019 02:06:22
6.02.150_2.1 Lecture: Psychological interventions within the framework of evidence-based treatment of acquired dysfunctions of brain - Details
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Subtitle
Course number 6.02.150_2.1
Semester Sommersemester 2019
Current number of participants 24
maximum number of participants 30
Home institute Department of Psychology
Courses type Lecture in category Teaching
Next date Thu , 02.05.2019 18:00 - 20:00, Room: A07 0-031
Type/Form
Lehrsprache deutsch

Topics

Introduction to neuropsychological rehabilitation and evidence based medicine, Level of evidence and randomized controlled trials, Statistical evalutation and power calculation, Single case experimental design, an alternativ route for treatment research, Memory rehabilitation in patients with weak to moderate memory impairments, Memory rehabilitation: German guidelines and first evidence, Memory rehabilitation focussing on recollection, How to treat patients with a full amnestic syndrome?, Introduction to the syndrome of neglect and its treatment, Top down treatments 1: treating neglect with cues, Bottom-up treatments 1: treating neglect with prism goggles, Bottom-up treatments 2: treating neglect with tDCS and neck vibration, Top down treatments 2: treating neglect with pursuit eye movements

Course location / Course dates

A07 0-031 Thursday: 18:00 - 20:00, weekly (from 04/04/19) (13x)

Comment/Description

The course “Psychological interventions within the framework of evidence-based medicine” (psy150, Clinical Psychology, part 2) consists of two different parts: Part 2.1 runs Thursday 16-18h throughout the entire semester. This part is mostly taught in German.
Study material in English will be provided in Stud.IP.
Presentations can be given in English.

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The course is part of admission "6.02.150 SoSe19".
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    Subject is Neurocognitive Psychology