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Diploma work topics

Semmelweis University Institute of Behavioural Sciences
DIPLOMA WORK TOPICS

MEDICAL SOCIOLOGY

 Dr. Győrffy Zsuzsa:

  1. Stress, burnout and coping  among physicians.

Dr. Szántó Zsuzsa:

  1. Cultural Characteristics of Health Behaviour. A cross-cultural comparison.

 

MEDICAL ETHICS

Dr. Kovács József:

  1. The theory and practice of informed consent.
  2. Ethical problems of experimentation on human subjects.
  3. Ethical questions of withdrawing or withholding life sustaining treatment.

Dr. Szebik Imre:

  1. Research Ethics. Ethical issues of conducting research on Human Beings. Placebo controll group. Ethics of scientific publication.
  2. Ethics of Clinical Genetics. Ethics of prenatal genetic testing. Ethics of genetic testing and screening. Ethics of gene therapy.

Dr. Lőrincz Jenő:

  1. Sources of morality in medical ethical situations.
  2. Ethical problems of surrogate motherhood.

MEDICAL PSYCHOLOGY

Dr. Balog Piroska:

  1. Chronic stress (marital stress and/or work stress) and cardiovascular vulnerability.
  2. Vital exhaustion and cardiovascular diseases.
  3. Divorce and health.

Dr. Bódizs Róbert:

  1. The hemispheric lateralization of sleep and wake EEG
  2. Effects of female reproductive hormones and oral contraceptives on sleep EEG
  3. Sleep EEG and personality
  4. The electrophysiology of sleep and dreaming

 

Dr. Stauder Adrien:

  1. Stress related symptoms and psychosocial risk at the work place
  2. The health consequences of bullying at the workplace

Dr. Túry Ferenc:

  1. The addiction model of eating disorders.
  2. Family therapy in eating disorders

Dr. Purebl György:

  1. Cognitive therapy for depression.
  2. Cognitive therapy for anxiety disorders.
  3. Relationship between personality disorders and mental diseases.

  4. Insomniahealth consequences, diagnosis and treatment.
  5. The impact of human circadian rhythm on mental and physical health.

Újma Péter:

  1. IQ and later-life physical health – a meta-analytic approach
  2. IQ and later-life mental health – a meta-analytic approach