Тематичний план лекцій загальна психологія спеціальність: «Медична психологія» 1 курс

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* - minimal amount of points that must be obtained by a student for the current studying activity while mastering this module so that to be admitted to pass the final control module.
2. Final objectives of the discipline “Basics of psychology. Basics of pedagogic”:

  • To prove the significance of psychological knowledge for the future professional activity;

  • To determine the manifestation of conscious of psychic qualities in processes and states of a man;

  • To find peculiarities of emotion manifestation and to investigate their connection with other psychic process;

  • To determine individual and psychic differences and peculiarities according to their manifestation in process of activity and communication;

  • To analyze ante-conflict and conflict situations and to contribute to their development.

Module 1. Basics of psychology. Basics of pedagogic.
Content module 1. Basics of psychology.
Topic 1. Subject, tasks and methods of psychology. *

Topic 2. Direction, schools and concepts in psychology.

Topic 3. Psychic peculiarities and activities. *

Topic 4. Communication as a specific class of activity. *

Topic 5. Social groups.

Topic 6. Attention. Feelings and perception. *

Topic 7. Memory. Thinking and imagination. *

Topic 8. Emotional and will sphere of a person. *

Topic 9. Individual and psychic differences a person. *
Content module 2. Basics of pedagogic.
Topic 10. General basics of pedagogic. *

Topic 11. History of pedagogical science.

Topic 12. Development of person in the process of studies and education.

Topic 13. Didactics – theory of education and studies.

Topic 14. Theory of education.

Literature for the module:

  1. Maksymenko S.D, Lazurenko O.O. «Psychology and Pedagogics». – Kiev, 2012.

  2. Study guide of the lecture course “Essentials of Psychology. Essentials of Pedagogic”/ Worked by Olena O. Lazurenko. – In 3 parts. Kiev, 2004.

  3. Study guide of the seminars “Essentials of Psychology. Essentials of Pedagogic”/ Worked by Olena O. Lazurenko. – In 3 parts. Kiev, 2005.

  4. Olena O. Lazurenko . «Essentials of psychology. Essentials of pedagogy. Lecture course», «Essentials of psychology. Essentials of pedagogy. Seminars course» . -Kiev 2010, 2011, 2012.

  5. Olena O. Lazurenko . «Psychology. Pedagogics. Basic Course. Train and methodical Manual» , 2014


  1. Penguin dictionary of Psychology/ Arthur S. Reber and Emily Reber. 3-rd edition. – 2001.

  2. Gleitman Henry. Basic Psychology. Third Edition. New York, London, 1992.

  3. Cantor N., Kihlstrom J.F. Personality and social intelligence. Englewood Cliffs. NJ: Prentice—Hall., 1987.

  4. Endler N.S. Persons, situations, and their interactions. In A.I.Rabin, J.Aronoff, A.M.Barclay, R.A.Zucker (Eds.). Further explorations in personality (pp. 114—151). New York: Wiley., 1981.

  5. Lamiell J.T. The psychology of personality: An epistemological inquiry. New York: Columbia University Press. ,1987.

  6. Vaillant G.E. Adaptation to life. Boston: Little, Brown., 1977.

  7. Woodru-Pak D.S. Psychology and aging. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall., 1988.

  8. Mis с h el W. Introduction to personality. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston., 1976.

  9. Classics in Psychology. Edited by Thorne Shipley. New York, 1961.

  10. Brian A. Curtis, Ph. D., Stanley Jacobson, Ph. D, Elliott M.Marcus, M.D. An Introduction to the Neurosciences. W.B.Saunders Company. Philadelphia, London, Toronto, 1972.


Thematic plan of lectures

Lecture topic

Amount of hours





Psychology as a science, its object and tasks. Psychological processes, properties and states as forms of the psyche. The principal tasks of psychology. The principal branches of psychology

Methods of psychological research. Methods of Psycho-diagnostic in psychology



Individual concept. Personality, Individuality and activity.

  • Structure of Personality. The main components of a personality structure.

Activity and its types: game, study, work.



Characteristics of essential features of attention, sense and perception.

Attention. Types of attention.

Sense (sensation) Five organs of sense and sensation: sight (vision), hearing (audition), touch, smell (olfaction) and taste.

Perception. Types of perception.



Memory concept and its characteristics.

Memory. Types of memory.

Characteristics of thinking and imagination .

Main thinking operations. Forms of thinking. Types of thinking. Intellect.

Imagination (Fantasy) Types of active imagination. Methods of imagery creation.



Emotional and volition sphere of a personality.

Emotions. Feelings. Emotional forms (states).Types of feelings: moral, intellectual, aesthetic, practical.

Volition (will) and its characteristics.



Individual typological characteristics of a personality.

Temperament classification: sanguine, phlegmatic, choleric, melancholic. Character. Abilities.



General basics of pedagogic.

History of pedagogical science.

Didactics – theory of education and studies.

Theory of education.




Thematic plan of seminars

Seminar topic

Amount of hours


The subject, object and branches of psychology.

The characteristics of psychological research methods.



Personality and activity. The psychological characteristics of the age phases of a person. Classification of the groups. Category of communication in psychology.



The psychological diagnostics of individual distinctions of attention, sensation and perception.



The psychological diagnostics and development of the individual memory distinctions, thinking and imagination.



The psychological diagnostics and improvements of individual emotional and will qualities.



The psychological diagnostics of individual and typological characteristics of a personality.



General basics of pedagogic







Thematic plan of individual out of class studies for students


Amount of hours


History of psychology development. Main tendencies in psychological facts and knowledge development in the modern world.



The main trends of psychology. Structural system, its functionality. Behaviorism. Cognitive psychology. Gestalt psychology. Psychological analytical approach. Human psychology.



Psychological theory of a person in foreign (V. James, Z. Fraid, K. G. Ung, A. Adler, E. Fromm, E. Erickson, K. Rodgers, G. Olport, A. Maslou) and domestic (cultural historical theory of a person by L. S. Vigodskiy, theory of a person by S. L. Rubinschtain, active theory of a person by O. M. Leontiev, theory of a person by B. G. Ananiev, concept of a person by G. S. Kostyuk) psychology.



The physiological mechanisms of cognitive, emotional and will psychical processes, temperament, character.



The psychological theory of memory (associative, active, physiological and biochemical), thinking (theory by I. M. Sechenev, L. S. Vigodskiy, S. L. Rubinschtain, P. Y. Galperin, G. S. Kostyuk) and emotion (theory by C. Darwin, James-Lang, Kennon-Bard, etc.).



History of pedagogical science. Ideas of education of current interests in Ukraine.



The development of a person in the process of upbringing and education.



The singularity of pedagogical activity in the process of upbringing and education of different age groups.



The structure and main principals of modern education. High school pedagogy as a branch of modern general education.



The direction characteristics of the educational process (mental, moral, labor, aesthetic, physical, family education).



Language and spelling culture as a pedagogical problem (vocabulary, methods of acquirement of language culture, self-expression of a person in a language).




Prepare a report for one the following topics:

  • Contribution of foreign doctors-pedagogues to the development of pedagogical science.

  • Main ideas of eminent philosophers and pedagogues (by your choice)

  • Contribution of doctors to pedagogical science

  • Interconnection of human pedagogics, psychology and physiology

  • Medical pedagogics’ task and physician’s role in its performance

  • Children and youth health protection problems’ reflection in international documents

  • Primary rules of physician’s behavior and requirements to his pecularity

  • Medical staff communication mastery

  • Contemporary science urgent problems

  • Medical education: history and contemporaneity

  • Future physician’s education and self-education urgent problems

  • Influence of religion on formation of personal moral values

  • Medical staff moral values

  • Categories of pedagogical ethics

  • Ethics peculiarities in communication of physician and patient

  • Medical staff communication mastery

  • Role of culture in communication in profession of a physician

  • Medical deontology

  • The nature of science

  • Close ties of psychology with philosophy

  • The “functional” approach to the study of consciousness

  • The subject-matter of such branches of psychology

  • Orientations and schools of psychology

  • Scientific study of behaviour.

  • Method of experimental introspection.

  • Psychology requires research methods of psychic.

  • Development and formation of person.

  • Activity and its types: game, study, and work.

  • Different psychological approaches.

  • The role of an individual on a collective.

  • Groups and collective.

  • Sensation and the nervous system.

  • The concept of the Absolute thersholds of perception and adaption.

  • Illusions and hallucination.

  • Memory and its general features.

  • Experiments on memory you know of.

  • Memory and thinking.

Thought and intellect.

  • Imagination (Fantasy).

  • Language and thinking, language as the means of communication.

  • Psychology of emotions and will power.

  • Emotions and health.

  • Formation of man’s emotional sphere.

  • Stress in our life.

  • Temperament and behaviour.

  • Meaning of temperament and character in a doctor activity.

  • Development of character.

  • Abilities in a professional doctor development.

  • Nonverbal behaviour in your country.

  • Ways to communicate.

  • Oral and written speech.

Module 1. Basis of psychology. Basis of pedagogic.
Substantial module 1.Basis of psychology

  1. What is the object of psychological studies?

  2. What are the main groups of psychic phenomena researched by psychology?

  3. What psychic properties and states do you know? Name them.

  4. What main problems does the modern psychology face?

  5. What is psychic reflection? How do you understand this phenomenon?

  6. What psychic functions are there?

  7. What is consciousness? Give psychological characteristics for main features of man’s consciousness.

  8. Name theoretical and practical fields of psychology.

Practical tasks and psychological situations
1. What psychological phenomena have such manifestations of psychic activity like tiredness, calmness, interest, excitement, indifference?

a) psychic processes;

b) psychic states;

c) psychic properties.

2. Group the following psychic phenomena (thinking, temperament, dream, feeling, will, fear, character, need, emotion, mood, imagination, stress, ability, attention, anger, senses):

a) psychic processes;

b) psychic states;

c) psychic properties.

3. Which of the following forms of human psyche manifestation are incorrect?

a) psychic processes;

b) psychic states;

c) psychic properties;

d) emotional processes.
4. Determine the conditions of conscious beginnings:

a) common human work;

b) division of labor;

c) development and application of language;

d) communication activation;

e) human psychic development.

  1. What is method of scientific research?

  2. What is specific character of scientific research in psychology?

  3. How are methods of psychological research classified?

  4. What main methods are there in psychological practice?

  5. Name main requirements for application of method of psychological research.

  6. What are advantages and disadvantages of each method of psychological research?

Practical tasks and psychological situations

1. The method of psychological research is determined according to the following statements:

a) a researcher does not interfere into the psychic processes;

b) a researcher creates conditions by himself /herself for psychic phenomena which he/she is interested in;

c) gaining knowledge about psyche which does not depend on subjective factors of research (such as thought, evaluation, etc.);

d) analyzing man’s psyche in the process of his/her habitual activity;

e) analyzing objective reasons and conditions which certain psychic phenomenon depends on.
2. Analyze, from the point of view of methodical requirements to questionnaire, two types of questions:

a) Is it easy for you to sit for an hour without talking? Do you easily lend you things? Do you like boasting before an exam that you have prepared for it perfectly?

b) Do you have sense of humor? Are you naughty? Is punctuality your feature of character.
3. In what group are the main methods of empiric research given?

a) observation, experiment, talk, interview, questionnaire, sociometrics, biographical method, testing, examination of products of activity, generalization of independent characteristics;

b) observation, experiment, talk, questionnaire, sociometrics, testing, modeling, reconstruction;

c) sociometrics measuring, biographical method, examination of products of activity, experience generalization, lab works;

d) there is no correct answer.
4. Depending on functional characteristics of tests regarding objects researches distinguish different types of test:

a) tests of intellect;

b) tests of creativity;

c) tests of achievements;

d) personal tests, etc.

  1. Name fundamental characteristics of a personality in psychology.

  2. What does the social essence of a person manifest in?

  3. What is meant by biological nature of a person?

  4. How are notions “man”, “personality” and “individuality” correlated?

  5. What elements make up the structure of a person?

  6. What factors influence on the development of a person?

  7. What is fundamental in human activity?

  8. What is orientation of a person?

  9. Give classification of needs and motives. What is it based on?

  10. What is activity? What is its structure?

  11. What are knowledge, skills, habits?

  12. What do you think influences on development of professional skills and habits?

Practical tasks and psychological situations
1. Which of the following factors of development are superfluous?

a) physical and geographical;

b) biological;

c) social;

d) educational;

e) personal dynamic activity.

2. Which of the following main components of personal orientations are superfluous?

a) needs;

b) motives;

c) interests;

d) convictions;

e) outlook;

f) abilities.
3. In the following situations point out what refers to interior activity and what to exterior, and what processes are used here:

a) You were given the case history of a man who was operated. Tomorrow he is to be moved to a ward that you administrate. According to the case history you are planning a list of manipulations which will be necessary to realize if the patient is assigned to your ward.

b) A patient was assigned to your ward. You are realizing all necessary manipulations. What sort of activity is it about.

  1. How can attention be characterized? What are its peculiarities?

  2. What does the importance of attention in man’s life consist in?

  3. What are the physiological mechanisms of attention?

  4. What is a source of man’s attention?

  5. How are attention and activity correlated? Give examples.

  6. Name fundamental properties of attention. Characterize them.

  7. What qualities of attention do you think represent professional value for a doctor?

  8. Name main types of attention. Characterize them. Give examples.

  9. What is inattention? How is it identified?

  10. What is peculiarity of feelings as the simplest form of reality reflection?

  11. What importance do feelings have in man’s life?

  12. What is the structure of analyzer?

  13. By what principles are feelings grouped?

  14. Characterize main types of feelings. Give examples.

  15. What are the fundamental properties of feelings? Characterize them.

  16. What is adaptation? Give examples.

  17. What thresholds of feelings are there? Characterize them.

  18. What psychic process is called perception?

  19. What is the physiological basis of perception?

  20. What is the essential difference between perception and feeling?

  21. What are the fundamental properties of perception? Give examples.

  22. Characterize types of perception.

  23. Tell about perception dependency on medical qualification of a doctor?

  24. What is illusion of perception and how does it differ from hallucinations?

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