Course syllabus BSPP10103 - Psychology of Personality (FPS - SS 2019/2020)
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Psychology of Personality
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During the semester:
- continuous written test (20 points)
- participation in research (10 points)
- elaboration and submission of seminar paper in print form (20 points)
- presentation of seminar work in power-point form (10 points)
In the course of the interim evaluation, the student must obtain at least 16 points to attend the final exam.
At the end of the semester:
- final written exam (40 points)
The total score of the student in the test is obtained as the sum of points awarded to the student on the active forms of teaching and the points obtained during the examination.
If a student earns 55 points or less, he / she is rated insufficiently (Fx) if he scores between 56 and 65 points is rated sufficiently (E). Points in the range of 66 to 75 degrees satisfactory (D), points in the range of 76 to 85 points well (C), points in the range 86 to 93 degrees very good (B), points in the range 94 to 100 degrees excellent (A) .
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Students will be familiar with basic definitions of personality psychology, concepts describing personality in psychology, basic concepts of theories of psychology of personality. At the end of the course, students will master concepts and understand the concepts and basic theories of personality psychology. They will know how to recognize personality and apply psychological theories of personality in practice: know how to identify them, understand them and explain them in terms of psychological discipline. Part of the course is also the self-knowledge of students who, after graduation, will be better able to understand some of their qualities, such as temperament and personality traits. At the end of the course students will be able to propose simple procedures for identifying personality based on observed characteristics.
|1. What is personality and personality
2. Dispositions and dimensions of personality
3. Consciousness and personality
4. Behavior and personality
5. Biological foundations of personality, temperament
8. Intelligence, ability, creativity
9. Self and character
11. Methods of personality psychology
12. Psychological theories of personality
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Assessed students in total: 735
|Name of lecturer(s):||doc. Mgr. Elena Lisá, PhD. (examiner, instructor, lecturer)|
doc. PhDr. Eva Szobiová, PhD. (person responsible for course)
11. 11. 2019
|doc. PhDr. Eva Szobiová, PhD.|
Last modification made by Mgr. Lenka Sekretárová on 11/11/2019.