Bachelor Courses

 

Lectures and Seminars

winter semester

​ lecture 'rehabilitation and work'

  • Basic topics and concepts of medical, school and vocational rehabilitation
  • Legal framework of rehabilitation (SGB-IX)
  • Institutions for rehabilitation (payment and implementation)
  • Institutions of internal and external (vocational) rehabilitation
  • Models of health promotion and prevention on work
  • Requirements of vocational rehabilitation on work
  • Presentation and work out of praxis examples
  • Excursion to a vocational trainings center

seminar 'empirical internship'

  • Scientific challenges in vocational rehabilitation (reha assessment, reha retraining, vocational reintegration)
  • Acquisition of relevant literature related to a certain question and linkage to other content
  • Specifying question and transfer to empirical study
  • Selection, application and interpretation of adequate statistical methods
  • Discussion of results while considering current state-of-the-art literature

summer semester

seminar 'clinical disorders'

  • Clinical disorders (alcoholism, schizophrenia, pain and depression)
  • Etiology, prevalence and incidence
  • Specific symptoms and diagnostics (DSM-IV, ICD-10)
  • Therapy and intervention approaches (learning theory, behavior therapy, medically or biochemically oriented approaches)

lecture 'motor activity and acting'

  • Major terms in psychomotorics
  • Central questions regarding motor activity control (e.g. degrees of freedom problem, sensuomotor integration, serial sequences)
  • Physiological and neuroanatomic foundations of motor acting
  • Methods of psychomotorics to analyze motor acting
  • Controlling and regulation circle models, movement programming, open-loop- vs. closed-loop-models
  • Rules and paradigms of targeted movement realization (eg. Fit’s Law)
  • Central theories of skill acquisition and motor learning
  • Principles of tool design and tool usage
  • Motor-ergonomic principles of work place design
  • Selected motor disorders (aphasia, apraxia, RSI, Morbus Parkinson)

For further information about our Bachelor courses, please read our module handbook.

Bachelor thesis

  • Please participate at election of Bachelor thesis (turnus: every semester).