Seminar: 6.02.150_2.1 Psychological interventions within the framework of evidence-based treatment of acquired dysfunctions of brain - Details

Seminar: 6.02.150_2.1 Psychological interventions within the framework of evidence-based treatment of acquired dysfunctions of brain - Details

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Course name Seminar: 6.02.150_2.1 Psychological interventions within the framework of evidence-based treatment of acquired dysfunctions of brain
Subtitle 1-5 M Roheger, dann H Hildebrandt evtl als Block
Course number 6.02.150_2.1
Semester SoSe2024
Current number of participants 26
maximum number of participants 35
Home institute Department of Psychology
Courses type Seminar in category Teaching
First date Thursday, 04.04.2024 18:00 - 20:00, Room: A07 0-031
Type/Form
Lehrsprache deutsch und englisch

Rooms and times

A07 0-031
Thursday: 18:00 - 20:00, weekly (13x)

Comment/Description

This part is mostly taught in German and runs Thursday 18-20h the entire semester.
Study material in English will be provided in Stud.IP.
Presentations can be given in English.

Students have to attend both parts of the course (2.1 and 2.2): The second part of the course “Psychological intervention within the framework of evidence-based medicine - treatment studies of selected psychiatric disorders” (psy150, Clinical Psychology, part 2.2) runs on Tuesday 16-18h.

Alternatively, students can attend the first four classes of 2.1 (given by Mandy Roheger) in addition to course 6.02.150_2.3 "Psychological interventions within the framework of evidence-based treatment of trauma- and stress-related psychiatric disorders" (biweekly Wednesday 14-17h)

Admission settings

The course is part of admission "6.02.150_2.1 SS24".
You should attend both parts of the course (2.1 and 2.2)
The following rules apply for the admission:
  • A defined number of seats will be assigned to these courses.
    The seats will be assigned in order of enrolment.
  • The following conditions must be met for enrolment:
    Subject is Neurocognitive Psychology
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