Seminarplan

12612
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Seminar 1, Allgemeine Psychologie (2SWS);
Di 12.00-14.00- Rost- /Silberlaube Habelschwerdter Allee 45, K 25/11
(15.4.) Thaler/Heine
12611
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Seminar, Allgemeine Psychologie (2SWS);
Di 12.00-14.00- Rost- /Silberlaube Habelschwerdter Allee 45, JK 27/106
(15.4.) Jacobs/Kinder
12610
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Seminar, Allgemeine Psychologie (2SWS);
Mi 14.00-16.00- Rost- /Silberlaube Habelschwerdter Allee 45, J 27/14
(16.4.) Heine/Thaler

Die inhaltlich parallelen Veranstaltungen bieten eine Vertiefung in ausgewählte Inhalte der Allgemeinen Psychologie.

 

Nr.

Woche

Thema

Inhalt

1

14.4.-18.4.

 

Klärung inhaltlicher und organisatorischer Fragen

2

21.4.-25.4.

Einführung

Basisliteratur:

Kapitel 1 (Introduction) und 2 (Research Methodology), Gazzaniga & Heatherton, 2006.

3

28.4.-2.5.

Genetische/ biologische Grundlagen

 

 

Basisliteratur:

Kapitel 3 (Genetic and Biological Foundations), Gazzaniga & Heatherton, 2006.

Vertiefende Literatur:

1) Genetic foundations of behaviour: The role of FOXP2 in language development

2) Biological foundations of behaviour: The somatic marker hypothesis

4

5.5.-9.5.

Gehirn und Bewusstsein

 

Basisliteratur:

Kapitel 4 (The Brain and Consciousness), Gazzaniga & Heatherton, 2006.

Vertiefende Literatur:

1) Integration of unconcsious and conscious processes of the two hemispheres – Evidence from split-brain

2) Self-knowledge

5

13.5.-16.5.

Wahrnehmung

 

 

Basisliteratur:

Kapitel 5 (Teil 1) (Sensation and Perception), Gazzaniga & Heatherton, 2006.

Vertiefende Literatur:

1) Sensation: Acoustic processing – speech vs. music

2) Perception: The neuro-cognitive basis of face perception

6

19.5.-23.5.

Aufmerksamkeit

 

Basisliteratur:

Kapitel 7 (Attention), Gazzaniga, Ivry, Mangun, 2002

Vertiefende Literatur:

1) Attention: early or late filter of perception?

2) Holistic vs. analytic models of visuell, selective attention

7

26.5.-30.5.

Lernen

 

Basisliteratur:

Kapitel 6 (Learning and Reward), Gazzaniga & Heatherton, 2006.

Vertiefende Literatur:

1) Explicit vs. implicit learning

2) How do we learn to select strategies?

8

2.6.-6.6.

Gedächtnis

 

 

Basisliteratur:

Kapitel 7 (Memory), Gazzaniga & Heatherton, 2006.

Vertiefende Literatur:

1) Dual-Process theories of recognition memory

2) Sleep and memory consolidation

9

9.6.-13.6.

Denken

 

Basisliteratur:

Kapitel 8 (Teil 1) (Thinking), Gazzaniga & Heatherton, 2006.

Vertiefende Literatur:

1) Analogical reasoning

2) Linguistic relativity

10

16.6.-20.6.

Intelligenz

 

Basisliteratur:

Kapitel 8 (Teil 2) (Intelligence), Gazzaniga & Heatherton, 2006.

Vertiefende Literatur:

1) The relation between working memory capacity and intelligence

2) An evolutionary perspective on intelligence

11

23.6.-27.6.

Motivation

 

Basisliteratur:

Kapitel 9 (Motivation), Gazzaniga & Heatherton, 2006.

Vertiefende Literatur:

1) Motivation and self-regulation

2) Intrinsic Motivation

12

30.6.-4.7.

Emotion

 

Basisliteratur:

Kapitel 10 (Emotion and Health), Gazzaniga & Heatherton, 2006.

Vertiefende Literatur:

1) Emotion and Cognition

2) Emotion and Memory

13

7.7.-11.7.

Sprache

 

Basisliteratur:

Kapitel 9 (Language and the Brain), Gazzaniga, Ivry & Mangun, 2002.

Vertiefende Literatur:

1) An evolutionary perspective on the emergence of communication systems

2) Gesture and speech: the motor theory of speech perception

14

14.7.-18.7.

Handlung

 

Basisliteratur:

Kapitel 11 und 12 (Teil: Goal oriented Behavior), Gazzaniga, Ivry & Mangun, 2002

Vertiefende Literatur:

1) Understanding the actions of others