|TYPE OF COURSE UNIT||Elective Course
|LEVEL OF COURSE UNIT||Bachelor's Degree
|YEAR OF STUDY||-
|NUMBER OF ECTS CREDITS ALLOCATED||4
|NAME OF LECTURER(S)||Assistant Professor Dilay Eldoğan
|LEARNING OUTCOMES OF THE COURSE UNIT
||At the end of this course, the students;
1) Will learn the theoretical and conceptual fondations of interpersonal neurobiology.
2) Will evaluate normal human development from the perspective of interpersonal neurobioloy.
3) Will evaluate "abnormal" human behavior from the perspective of interpersonal neurobiology.
4) Will learn how this approach can be used in changing human behavior.
|MODE OF DELIVERY||Face to face
|PRE-REQUISITES OF THE COURSE||No
|RECOMMENDED OPTIONAL PROGRAMME COMPONENT||None
|1st Week ||Introduction to Interpersonal Neurobiology|
|2nd Week ||Complex Systems and the Mind|
|3rd Week ||Brain Plasticity|
|4th Week ||Mind Brain and Relationships|
|5th Week ||Memory|
|6th Week ||Attachment|
|7th Week ||Emotion|
|8th Week ||Emotional Style|
|9th Week ||Mid-term and States of Mind: Cohesion, Subjective Experience, and Complex Systems|
|10th Week ||Representations: Modes of Processing and the Construction of Reality|
|11th Week ||Self Regulation|
|12th Week ||Interpersonal Connection|
|13th Week ||Integration|
|14th Week ||Integration (continued)|
|RECOMENDED OR REQUIRED READING||Siegel, D. (2012). The developing mind: How relationships and the brain interact to shape who we are (2nd Ed.). NY: The Guilford Press.
|PLANNED LEARNING ACTIVITIES AND TEACHING METHODS||Lecture,Discussion
|ASSESSMENT METHODS AND CRITERIA||
|Contribution of In-term Studies to Overall Grade(%)||70|
|Contribution of Final Examination to Overall Grade(%)||30|
|LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION||Turkish