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Ontologija – seminar: Uvod u filozofiju psihijatrije

Naziv kolegija: UVOD U FILOZOFIJU PSIHIJATRIJE

Nastavnik, -ca, -ci: prof. dr. sc. Lino Veljak; dr. sc. Barbara Stamenković Tadić, v. asist.

ECTS-bodovi: 3

Jezik: hrvatski

Trajanje: jedan semestar, zimski

Status: izborni kolegij za studente filozofije i studente psihologije

Oblik nastave: seminar

Uvjeti za upis kolegija: odlično poznavanje engleskog jezika

Cilj kolegija i njegova uloga u ukupnom kurikulumu: Kolegij upućuje na rastuću interdisciplinarnost u poimanju mentalnog zdravlja i upoznaje studente s istraživačkim područjem filozofije psihijatrije baveći se konceptualnom problematikom mentalnih bolesti i antinomijama psihijatrijske prakse. Svojom tematikom kolegij je nemijenjen studentima filozofije zainteresiranima za pitanja mentalnog zdravlja kao i studentima psihologije koji kliničku psihologiju vide opterećenu ne samo empirijskim, već i konceptualnim poteškoćama.

Korištene metode: seminarski referati, rasprava o referatima, interaktivne i participativne metode rada
Način polaganja ispita: usmeno izlaganje seminarskog rada i evaluacija ukupnog rada u seminaru
Način praćenja kvalitete i uspješnosti izvedbe predmeta: studentska evaluacija
Sadržaj kolegija:

  • problematika konceptualiziranja mentalnih bolesti i određivanja kriterija za dijagnosticiranje mentalnih bolesti
  • razlike u konceptualiziranju tjelesnih i mentalnih bolesti
  • konceptualna povijest mentalnih bolesti
  • propsihijatrijski i antipsihijatrijski pristupi mentalnim bolestima
  • konceptualna kritika psihijatrijskih dijagnoza: etiketiranje, medikalizacija, redukcionizam, moć, vrijednosti
  • mentalne bolesti kao biomedicinski i socijalno – politički koncepti
  • problem valjanosti psihijatrijskih klasifikacija: deskriptivna/ simptomatska utemeljenost suvremenih klasifikacija mentalnih bolesti, primat pouzdanosti nad valjanošću, povijest i budućnost ideja u ICD (MKB) i DSM klasifikacijama
  • proliferacija modela psihopatologije: darvinijanski model, psihoanalitički model, fenomenološki i hermeneutički model, neurobiologijski model, kognitivno – bihevioralni model, model socijalnog konstruktivizma
  • antinomije psihijatrijske prakse: dijagnosticiranje/ antidijagnosticiranje, interpretativno razumijevanje/ kauzalno objašnjavanje, redukcionizam/ antiredukcionizam, činjenice/ vrijednosti
  • problematiziranje znanstvenog statusa psihijatrije
  • znanstvena psihijatrija i slučaj psihoanalize: Freud kao tradicionalni znanstvenik vs. neznanstvenost psihoanalize
  • problematika fenomenoloških i egzistencijalističkih poimanja mentalnih bolesti

 

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