S 2010 MW gs 190 DSM & Movies

S 2010 MW gs 190 DSM & Movies - 1 Green Sheet Psyc 190...

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1 Green Sheet Psyc 190 Sec 7 Spring 2010 CL 216 MW 9-10:15 San Jose State University Dr. Nancy Eldred Phone: (408) 924-5653 Office: DMH 318 Hours: Changes will be announced in class and posted on my website and door. Wednesdays 10:30-2:30 and by appointment (I will take a lunch break at my discretion) Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays by request Office hours end 5/12 Email: Nancy.Eldred at sjsu.edu Note: I generally respond very quickly to email. I answer over 200 emails every week. Try to keep the emails short, specific and grammatically correct. My Web Site: The address is http://www.sjsu.edu/people/Nancy.Eldred Course Description and Prerequisites “Integrative survey of current viewpoints and issues in psychology, how they developed and likely future directions in psychology.” Prerequisites: Psychology Core (Psyc 1, 18 or 120, 30, Stat 95), Psyc 100W, Senior standing. Psyc 120 may be taken concurrently. Throughout this green sheet, you will see the names of past students who helped determine the curriculum for this semester. Not all names are noted, as many students suggested similar components. About 80% of this green sheet was developed by students. For the most part, the movies carry “PG-13” and “R” ratings. If, for personal reasons, you feel you cannot watch movies with such ratings, please take a different section of Psyc 190. Bear in mind that you are watching these movies as part of your professional development, and not for entertainment. Should you become a clinician in the future, you will quickly learn that the majority of clients do not have “G” ratings.
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2 Learning Objectives 1. Develop the ability to distinguish disorders from one another, based on DSM criteria. 2. Differentiate between accurate and inaccurate portrayals of the characteristics of psychopathology, persons with mental illness, psychotherapy, and therapists. 3. Understand the difficulties surrounding differential diagnosis in a clinical setting. 4. Develop an understanding of how the film industry has shaped the public perspective of mental illnesses. 5. Develop and understanding of the experience of having a mental illness. 6. Learn how to communicate professionally and intelligently with peers. Methods used to obtain objectives 1. Class and small group discussion of film presentations compared to textbook descriptions of psychopathology and personal accounts of psychopathology. 2. Class and small group discussion of film portrayals of psychotherapy and psychotherapists. 3. Written responses to films and readings. 4. Term paper examining empirical research. 5. Oral presentations analyzing a movie. Required Texts Note: “Required” means you are to purchase and use American Psychiatric Association, (2000). Quick Reference to the Diagnostic Criteria for the DSM-IV-TR. Washington, DC; Author. Bring this to every class! these books.
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