Licensed books on medicine
Introduction to the profession "Psychologist"
INTRODUCTION TO THE PROFESSION "PSYCHOLOGIST"
| T.A.Koltunovich || The Code of Psychology || 2007 |
In vidannі visvіtleno osnovnі etichnі problems їh rіvnі, principles protirіchchya, zvabi, SSMSC traplyayutsya in robotі psychologist, filed zrazki upmost standartіv, norms, rules that kodeksіv іnshih kraїn, upmost Code psychologist priynyaty Tovaristvom psihologіv Ukraine.
Primary material is inherited according to the modular principle. Assignment of attitudes for students of the most important schools “Psychology”, “Social pedagogic”. Mozhe booty vikoristaniye in the system of pslIvuzіvsko ї preparation for the self vivchennaya specialists-psychologists.
| Sizanov A.N. || Typology of errors in the activities of the educational psychologist || 2006 |
Article from the journal: Bulletin of practical psychology of education. Content. Introduction The main causes of errors in the activities of educational psychologists. Typology of errors in the work of the psychologist. Prevention of mistakes by novice psychologists. Conclusion Literature.
| Lectures || Introduction to the specialty || 2005 |
The subject of psychology. Its features, structure, objectives, methods and main directions of development. The concept of psychology. Features of psychology as a science. The ratio of everyday and scientific psychology. The subject and tasks of psychology. The structure of modern psychology. The main methods of psychology. The formation of psychology as a science. The development of psychology in the framework of philosophy and science. Antique and medieval psychology. The formation of psychology as an independent science. The main directions of development of psychology in the XX century. The development of psychology at the present stage. Professional activity of the psychologist. Psychologist in the field of education: in kindergarten, at school, working with difficult children, working with teachers. The activities of the psychologist in other areas of life. Work in a personnel agency, counselor, psychologist in law enforcement.
| I. V. Vachkov, I. B. Grinshpun, N. S. Pryazhnikov || Introduction to the profession "psychologist" || 2004 |
| The proposed textbook in an accessible form gives an idea of psychology as a science, outlines the key points of the professional activity of a psychologist-researcher and a practicing psychologist, discusses the basics of organizing the work of psychologists in cooperation with related professionals, discusses the professional development of a psychologist student at the end of the university, useful tips are given to students and teachers on the organization of educational and professional activities. |
The manual is addressed to students and teachers of psychological faculties and a wide range of readers interested in psychology.
| abstract || Approximate work plan for a psychologist with pregnant women || 2004 |
| Urao, psychological faculty. Discipline - Medical Pedagogy Scheme for conducting classes with pregnant women. Approximate topics of classes. |
| Uspensky V.B., Chernyavskaya A.P. || Introduction to psychological and educational activities || 2003 |
| The textbook reveals the features of the activity of the teacher-psychologist, the requirements for his personality, characterizes the ways of his preparation and professional growth. The profession is considered in the structure of the reformed education system in Russia. The content of the training manual complies with the State educational standard in the specialty "Pedagogy and Psychology". |
The methodological equipment of the manual (test questions, tests, applications) contains material for conducting seminars and practical exercises.
Addressed to students of pedagogical universities.
| Barkhaev B.P., Syromyatnikov I.V. || Introduction to the profession: from social role to professional subjectivity || 2003 |
| The textbook deals with issues related to the clarification of the place and role of psychology in the system of other sciences, the formation of ideas about the relationship of theoretical problems of science with psychological practice. It gives an idea of the main directions, concepts and methods of practical psychology, the requirements for the personality of the psychologist. The content, sequence and features of the study of psychological disciplines at the Military University are also to be clarified. |
According to the authors, this work can be useful primarily for cadets of the military-psychological faculty of the Military University, the teaching staff, as well as students of the psychological faculties of other universities, and can be used as a teaching tool for future psychologists to study the Introduction to the profession, stipulated by the state educational standard. The problems outlined in the manual are intended to form a positive and motivated attitude of cadets to the study of psychological disciplines as a necessary condition for their successful mastery of their future specialty, professional and scientific self-determination in the field of scientific and practical activities.
| Barlas T. || Psychological workshop for "dummies" Introduction to professional psychology || 2001 |
| This book is about writing skills that a professional psychologist needs and must remain invisible to the public, including employers and clients. It is boring for her: where are the tricks, the illusion of power over another person, the spectacular result? That's why she and the public. There is no art and no science without school - etudes for fluency of fingers, educational still lifes or laboratory works, anew confirming long-discovered laws. A psychological workshop with its protocols, instructions, experimenters and subjects is part of the canonical training. School. Dressage, drill, scales, - but at the same time, a unique opportunity for independent research. Deceptively simple chased procedures remind that the basic skill is basic. And behind it - the imperceptible, hard work that lies in the depths of any culture. |
| Karandashev V.N. || Psychology: Introduction to the profession. || 2000 |
| The book of the doctor of psychological sciences, professor V.N. Karandasheva - the first in the national literature training manual for the course "Introduction to the profession" for students studying in the specialty "psychology". It will also be useful to those who want to become a professional psychologist and are going to enter the psychological faculties of universities and institutes. |
The book shows the diversity of psychological knowledge of a person, outlines the history of the emergence of the psychology profession, presents the main activities of professional psychologists in the scientific and practical fields: in medicine, in education, in social psychology, in economics, industry, in legal psychology, in sports, in consulting services.
A significant place in the book is occupied by the characteristic of professional, ethical and personal qualities important for the successful activity of a psychologist. The system of training professional psychologists and the principles of the organization of the psychological community are described.
Completing the textbook terminological dictionary that will help the beginning psychologist to navigate the world of the language of professionals and provide a better understanding of psychological literature.
|| Rita L. Atkinson, Richard S. Atkinson, Edward E. Smith, Daryl J. Bem, Susan Nolen-Hoexham || Introduction to Psychology Part 1 || 2000 |
| “Introduction to Psychology” over the past 50 years has remained one of the best textbooks in the world! The reader is offered the latest edition of this classic and authoritative textbook. The course of introduction to psychology presented in it is well-structured, distinguished by clarity of presentation and balanced formulation. This modern American textbook gives a clear idea of the various schools and directions of development of psychology, reveals the main issues of general and social, experimental and clinical psychology, counseling and psychotherapy, developmental psychology, personality psychology and school psychology. The book is replete with scientific facts, descriptions of experiments and laboratory work, richly illustrated. For the first time, Russian students and specialists will encounter a representative reflection of the experience of Western psychological science in general and, thus, will be able to better imagine the “balance of forces” in this area of knowledge. It is recommended to students and teachers of universities, academies, pedagogical and medical higher educational institutions. |
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