Neural correlates of antisocial behaviour and psychopathic personality

  • Enseignement

    Détails

    Faculté Faculté des lettres et des sciences humaines
    Domaine Psychologie
    Code UE-L25.01291
    Langues Anglais
    Type d'enseignement Cours bloc
    Cursus Master
    Semestre(s) SP-2021

    Horaires et salles

    Horaire résumé Vendredi , Cours bloc

    Enseignement

    Responsables
    Enseignants
    Description

    Dr. Hedwig Eisenbarth, VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF WELLINGTON

    The question about motivations for antisocial behavior is on front pages almost every day, but the psychological and physiological underpinnings are as diverse as antisocial behavior can be. This seminar will put neural correlates of antisocial behavior in the center of several mini lectures and student presentations, taking into account psychopathic personality as one of the risk factors for intense criminal behavior. We will answer questions about how structural and functional brain findings link to behavior and what implications those findings have for the development of treatment interventions. The 2-day seminar will comprise an introductory lecture, a series of student presentations, as well as group discussions.

    Details on course assessment:

    • Selection of topics for presentations based on a list of topics provided by the course coordinator (HE) by the beginning of the semester
    • Presentations should include a critical review of the basic research paper that will be provided plus 1-2 additional research papers retrieved by the student, as well as 2-3 prepared questions for discussion
    • Individual assessments are based on students’ presentations as well as active participation throughout the 2-day course
    • Students can get in touch with the course coordinator via email: hedwig.eisenbarth@vuw.ac.nz
    Commentaire

    Course will be online.

    Places disponibles 30
    Softskills
    Non
    Hors domaine
    Non
    BeNeFri
    Non
    Mobilité
    Non
    UniPop
    Non
  • Dates et salles
    Date Heure Type d'enseignement Lieu
    28.05.2021 09:15 - 18:00 Cours
    29.05.2021 09:15 - 18:00 Cours
  • Modalités d'évaluation

    Travail et exposé - SP-2021, Session d'été 2021

    Mode d'évaluation Par note
    Description

    Individual assessments are based on students’ presentations as well as active participation throughout the 2-day course / short presentations und short critical evaluations

    Travail et exposé - SP-2021, Session d'automne 2021

    Mode d'évaluation Par note
    Description

    Individual assessments are based on students’ presentations as well as active participation throughout the 2-day course / short presentations und short critical evaluations

    Travail et exposé - SA-2021, Session d'hiver 2022

    Mode d'évaluation Par note
    Description

    Individual assessments are based on students’ presentations as well as active participation throughout the 2-day course / short presentations und short critical evaluations

    Travail et exposé - SP-2022, Session d'été 2022

    Mode d'évaluation Par note
    Description

    Individual assessments are based on students’ presentations as well as active participation throughout the 2-day course / short presentations und short critical evaluations

  • Affiliation
    Valable pour les plans d'études suivants:
    Pédagogie / Psychologie 30 [MA]
    Version: SA20_MA_NP_de_v01
    Wahlpflichtmodule > CogNeuro Topics

    Pédagogie / Psychologie 90 [MA]
    Version: SA20_MA_VP_de_v01
    Wahlpflichtmodule > CogNeuro Topics