The basics of behavioural sciences II. PhD course – 2022/2023. Spring Semester
Wednesdays at 2.00 p.m.
February 8. Dr. Róbert Bódizs: Timing of activity and rest: From physical through biological to social factors (lecture)
February 15. Dr. Ferenc Túry: Family therapy in psychosomatic disorders
February 22. Dr. Adrienne Stauder: Perceived stress, personality, coping
March 1. Dr. Julianna Boros: Social inequality, health inequality
March 8. Dr. Imre Lázár: Attachment and society
March 22. Dr. Imre Szebik: Behavioural sciences aspects of obstetrics
March 29. Dr. Éva Mikics: Long-term effects of early-life stress on behavior and brain function
April 5. Dr. Gyöngyvér Salavecz: Mindfulness in psychotherapy
April 12. Dr. László Lajtai: Cultural influence on mental health provisions
April 19. Dr. Piroska Balog: Motivational interviewing
April 26. Dr. Zsuzsa Győrffy: What is the 21st century doctor like?
May 3. Dr. Tamás Szalai: Research issues related to eating disorders and body image
May 10. Dr. Adrienne Stauder: Work stress and health
May 17. Dr. László Nemes: Narrative medicine: personal identity and the ethics of physician-patient relationship