General Psychology II - OPBP3Q202A
Title: Obecná psychologie II
Guaranteed by: Katedra psychologie (41-KPSY)
Faculty: Faculty of Education
Actual: from 2021
Semester: summer
E-Credits: 5
Examination process: summer s.:
Hours per week, examination: summer s.:2/1, Ex [HT]
Capacity: 90 / 90 (unknown)
Min. number of students: unlimited
4EU+: no
Virtual mobility / capacity: no
State of the course: taught
Language: Czech
Teaching methods: full-time
Teaching methods: full-time
Note: course can be enrolled in outside the study plan
enabled for web enrollment
priority enrollment if the course is part of the study plan
Guarantor: doc. PhDr. Vladimír Chrz, Ph.D.
Teacher(s): PhDr. Radka High, Ph.D.
Mgr. Kateřina Lukavská, Ph.D.
Pre-requisite : OPBP3Q101A
Is pre-requisite for: OPBP3Q302A, OPBP3Q402A, OPBP3Q408A, OPBP3Q409A, OPBP3Q610B, OPBP3Q604B, OPBP3Q605B, OPBP3Q606B, OPBP3Q504A
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The aim of the course is to provide students with basic knowledge of general psychology. Knowledge is presented in a pluralistic manner, with the attempt to synthesize knowledge across various psychological approaches and paradigms. The following topics will be discussed within the subject: 1. language and speech: distinction between language and speech, levels of language and speech processes, functions of speech according to Buhler, Jakobson's diagram of the communication act, the concept of the relationship between speech and thought (Piaget, Vygotsky, Bruner), understanding of discourse and discursive in psychology, categories of meaning in psychology, types of signs, signs and symbols, denotative and connotative components of meaning; 2. language and speech - cognitive processes of auditory perception of speech and reading; 3. emotions: approaches in emotion research, social meaning of emotions (intercultural research, expression of emotions), classification of emotions (elements and dimensions), theory of emotions (James-Lange, Cannon-Bard, facial feedback hypothesis, Schachter-Singer, Arnoldová, Elis, Lazarus, evolutionary theory); 4. learning: habituation and sensitization, classical, instrumental and operant conditioning and the differences between them (Pavlov, Watson, Thorndike, Skinner), complex and social learning (Tolmann, Köhler, Piaget, Vygotsky, Bandura), influence of preconceptions in learning, relationship between learning and development (Piaget, behaviorism, Vygotsky); 5. intelligence: definition of intelligence, psychometric theories of intelligence (Spearman, Thurstone, Cattel and Horn), social theories of intelligence (Sternberg, Gardner, emotional intelligence), physiological theories of intelligence (Jung and Haier, Garlick), cognitive theories of intelligence (Das and Naglieri , Kaufman), the distribution of intelligence in the population, the Flynn effect, the heredity of intelligence (methods of research, the proportion of heredity depending on ontogeny and the social environment, heredity of the neurophysiological bases and correlates of intelligence), the influence of the environment on the development of intelligence and intellectual performance (stimulation, other factors, specialized programs), intelligence measurement (Binet and Simon, Therman, Wechsler, parameters of intelligence tests); 6. motivation: definition of motivation and motive, narrower and broader concepts, types of motives, phases of the motivational cycle, motivational conflicts, basic approaches to motivation: hedonistic, homeostatic, incentive, cognitive, activity, humanistic, systems of motivational dispositions in selected theories of motivation (McDoughall , Freud, Murray, Maslow, McClelland), performance motivation, performance needs, aspiration level, need for affiliation; 7. creativity: different types of definition of creativity, characteristics of a creative personality, stages of the creative process, being able to illustrate with examples, the relationship between intelligence and creativity, main theories of creativity: personality (psychoanalytic, humanistic, environmental), processual (associationist, cognitive and behavioral); 8. will: • definition of will (as a process and disposition), relations of will to motivation, emotions, cognition, free level of regulation and other types of regulation of activity, classification system of free properties (e.g. Klages's), basic approaches to will (physiological, behavioristic , phenomenological, psychoanalytic, activity), theories of the will and their representatives (James, Klages, Ach, Vygotský, Miller, Galanter, Pribram, Brichcín)
Last update: Lukavská Kateřina, Mgr., Ph.D. (02.02.2024)
Descriptors - Czech

Celková zátež studenta - 124 hodin

přímá výuka + + 20 hodin průběžná příprava + 80 hodin příprava na ústní závěrečnou zkoušku a zkouška

Last update: Lukavská Kateřina, Mgr., Ph.D. (30.01.2023)
Literature - Czech

ATKINSONOVÁ, R. L. ET AL. Psychologie. Praha: Portál, 2003.
EYSENCK, M. W., KEANE, M. T. Kognitivní psychologie. Praha: Academia, 2008.
PLHÁKOVÁ, A. Učebnice obecné psychologie. Praha: Academia, 2007.

Podpůrné materiály k předmětu jsou k dispozici v Moodle:

https://dl2.cuni.cz/course/view.php?id=2995

 

Další video materiály dostupné zde:

Senzorické a percepční procesy: https://youtu.be/x9rzctURolI

Percepce mluvené řeči: https://youtu.be/1SckcusprUo

Čtení: https://youtu.be/WwwXn3vTUQs

Teorie inteligence: https://youtu.be/DegWR7TLeuM

Učení: https://youtu.be/xb9IL5uRoMY

Mentální reprezentace: https://youtu.be/elSo-GNcArI

 

 

Last update: Lukavská Kateřina, Mgr., Ph.D. (26.04.2024)
Syllabus - Czech

Témata obecné psychologie II:

  • Vědomí a nevědomí
  • Paměť
  • Inteligence 
  • Učení
  • Emoce
  • Tvořivost
  • Motivace
  • Vůle

 

Last update: Lukavská Kateřina, Mgr., Ph.D. (26.04.2024)
Course completion requirements - Czech

Kurz je ukončen ústní zkouškou.

Last update: Hrabec Ondřej, Mgr., Ph.D. (30.01.2020)