XKPS02

Human Behaviour in Risk Situations

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Zařazení do semestru: 9.
Hodin přednášek/semestr: 14
Hodin cvičení/semestr: 28
Exkurze:0
Zkouška: zápočet a kombinovaná zkouška
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The topic of this course is developed using the multidisciplinary-based approach to load and stress-related situations, states and processes, using both situation analyses, and intervention strategies procedures. This multidisciplinary-based approach uses know-how from both natural, and social sciences, incl. psychological disciplines and humanities as a principal informational background for relevant solution of current important social problems. The topic of this course is focused on conceptions and classification of crisis states and situations, basic rules of crisis management, and intervention strategies using current knowledge on coping with stress, main conceptions of mental resilience, adaptation to load and stress and other related circumstances - human efficiency, prevention of relapse, failure etc. in critical situations. The course`s curriculum consists also of pathological aspects of critical impact on human mind in both individual and group/social level. The course is based on theoretical knowledge, and practical demonstrations of impact of different kinds of stressors, coping strategies, and possibilities of stress-effect prevention.

Kmenová literatura

1Frankenhauser, M. A psychological framework for research of human stress. In: Appley, M. H., Trumbull, R. (Eds.). Dynamic of Stress. New York: Plenum Press, 1985
2Bonano, G. A. Loss, trauma, and human resilience. Have we underestimated the human capacity to thrive after extremely aversive events? American Psychologist 59, 2004, 20 - 28.
3Špatenková, N. a kol. Krizová intervence pro praxi. Praha: Grada, 2004.
4Connor, K. M. Assessment of resilience in the aftermath of trauma. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry 67, 2006, 46 - 49.
5Lazarus, R. S. Psychological Stress and the Coping Processes. New York: Mc Graw-Hill, 1966.
6Kebza, V. Psychosociální determinanty zdraví. Praha, Academia, 2005.
7Charvát, J. Život, adaptace, stres. Praha: Avicenum, 1970.
8Selye, H. Stress without Distress. Moscow: Progress, 1982.
9Schreiber, V. Lidský stres. Praha: Academia, 2000.
10Selye, H. The Stress of Life. New York: Mc Graw-Hill, 1956.
11Lazarus, R. S. Toward better research on stress and coping. American Psychologist 55, 2000.

Doporučená Literatura

1Charvát, J. Život, adaptace, stres. Praha: Avicenum, 1970
2Lazarus, R. S. Psychological Stress and the Coping Processes. New York: Mc Graw-Hill, 1966
3Selye, H. Stress without Distress. Moscow: Progress, 1982
4Selye, H. The Stress of Life. New York: Mc Graw-Hill, 1956
5Lazarus, R. S. Toward better research on stress and coping. American Psychologist 55, 2000
6Bonano, G. A. Loss, trauma, and human resilience. Have we underestimated the human capacity to thrive after extremely aversive events? American Psychologist 59, 2004, 20 - 28.
7Kebza, V. Psychosociální determinanty zdraví. Praha, Academia, 2005.