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Dental Psychology

 

 

English dental psychology teaching program,

2016/2017

2nd semester

The duplicated lectures will be held at the Szent-Györgyi Albert hall (Address: 1088  Bp., Tűzoltó utca 37-47. sz.) on Fridays from 14.20 am to15.50 pm. The first lecture will be held on February 3th, 2017.

Course syllabus:

Week1.

03/02/2017

Psychological Thinking, Models, Theories

Dr. Ferenc Túry

Week 2.

10/02/2017

Affects, emotion, motivation

Dr. Fóris Nóra

Week 3.

17/02/2017

Stress and stress management in dental practice

Dr. Adrienn Stauder

Week 4.

24/02/2017

Psychological crisis, presuicidal syndrome, and burn-out prevention.

[prezi link]

Dr. János Kollár

Week 5.

03/03/2017

Brain, Mind and Human Behaviour

Dr. Ferenc Túry

Week 6.

10/03/2017

Study break

Week 7.

17/03/2017

Breaking bad news and disclosing medical errors

Dr. János Kollár

Week 8.

24/03/2017

Motivational interviewing and its application in dental practice

Dr. Fóris Nóra

Week 9.

31/03/2017

Dental consequences of eating disorders.

Dr. Ferenc Túry

Week 10

07/04/2017

Conscious states, sleep, dreaming, general anesthesia.

Dr. Róbert Bódizs

14/04/2017

Study break

Week 11.

21/04/2017

Psychosomatics and Psychotherapeutic methods in dental practice

Pap Judit

Week 12.

28/04/2017

Substance misuse, Substance abuse, Drugaddiction

Dr. Lajtai László

Week 13.

05/05/2017

Control problems, cognitive-behavioural therapy and their relation to dental practice.

Dr. Fóris Nóra

Week 14.

12/05/2017

Review

Dr. Gyöngyvér Salavecz

Participation and making up for absences:

Students are expected to attend regularly the course. Participation list will be recorded at the end of every lecture.  Maximum number of absences in a semester is 2 (two!).

Evaluation:
Written final examination taken at the last lecture on the 14th week. Grades will be based on student’s performances at the final written exam
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Recommended text books:

Behavioral dentistry. Mostofsky DI, Forgione AG, Giddon DB (eds.), Blackwell Munksgaard, 2006.

Behavior & Medicine. 4th Edition, Danny Wedding, Hogrefe & Huber Publishers, Seattle, 2006.

Fadem B: Behavioral Science, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins,  5th ed., 2008.

Sarafino E.P.: Health Psychology. Biopsychosocial interactions. 6 th ed., New York, Wiley, 2008.

Kopp M. - Skrabski Á.: Behavioral Sciences Applied in a Changing Society, Corvina, 1996.

The powerpoint slides used for the lectures will be assigned for reading during the course, and they will be made available in a PDF format on the course website. The course website: www.behsci.sote.hu

 

Course Director:
Dr. Gyöngyvér Salavecz
NET 19th floor, room 1927
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