Ricardo Yepes Stork (Madri; – Pamplona; ) foi doutor em Filosofia; pesquisador do ‘Instituto de Ciencias para la Familia’ e professor de Fundamentos. Fundamentos de Antropologia: um Ideal de Excelencia Humana. La doctrina del acto en Aristóteles (Colección filosófica) (Spanish Edition). Get this from a library! Fundamentos de antropología: un ideal de la excelencia humana. [Ricardo Yepes Stork; Javier Aranguren] Series Title: Filosófica,

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Skills to be evaluated: C1 – Critical and creative thought, with the ability to investigate and adopt a scientific and ethical focus in different areas of the profession.

C2 – Be able to consider different viewpoints on the topics or problems with which they are working, evaluating these critically, present well-reasoned conclusions and take suitable decisions. C3 – Acquire independence and autonomy as students, and take responsibility for their own learning and the development of their skills.

C12 — Recognise, understand and respect the complexity of multicultural diversity. C14 — Understand the social and anthropological dimension of human beings, considering the historic and sociocultural factors amtropologia intervene in human psychological configuration, in interpersonal relationships and in individual filoeofica group relationships with the environment.

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C15 — Understand the perspective of the psychological analysis of human behaviour and incorporate conceptual contributions and analysis techniques from other disciplines. C19 — Communicate effectively and efficiently in different social and cultural settings. Skills developed but not evaluated: C10 – Work in a team and be committed to the work group. C20 — Use different information and communication technologies for different purposes. The prior knowledge required for this module come from acquiring skills from the secondary school curriculum and requirements for entering university.


Social psychology as a scientific discipline: Epistemological bases theoretical, scientific and methodology of social psychology.

Main paradigms and theoretical trends in social psychology. Historical and methodological bases of social psychology. Main psychosocial processes and phenomena: Group processes and collective movements: Psychosocial and community intervention.

Human beings and culture. People and their dimensions. Thought, language and subjectivity.

Memory, history and identities. The matter of freedom.

On myths, rites and symbols. Art and aesthetic creation: The search for meaning and the longing for happiness. The teaching and learning methodology shall be based on the combination of three broad working areas: Assignments in the classroom are distributed between large group classes, in which the lectures are given; small groups for practice, working in small groups; and the seminar, in which work is done on the most suitable fundanentos, competences and procedures for educating psychologists.

There is an initial assessment, ongoing and final assessment. Each of these assessment types shall be applied through the different activities done in the large group, small group and seminar classes.

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The final mark will be the averaged result of each skill, with the percentage assigned to them in each of the class fundamenhos The rounding of the final mark shall be done depending on the implementation of skills that are not evaluated.

The mark for each skill is the result of weighting the different scores obtained in different activities related to each skill.


To pass an exam, all skills in the module must be passed minimum score of 5.

If students do not pass any of the critical skills, there will be a resit exam in June-July, with activities proposed by the teaching staff and tutors. The typical evaluation tools for large group classes may be: The evaluation of small group and seminar classes will be, by necessity, formative and ongoing, so that the learning process is evaluated both in the final result and through these procedures: Skills assessment in the Seminar.

If students failed any of the skills, they have the right to a final examination. Students who have done part of the assignments related to the skills, but according to the teacher’s ongoing assessment do not have high enough marks to evaluate the skills must then pass a resit exam.

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Social bases of behavior: Anthropology

Sobre la naturaleza humana. Un ideal de la excelencia humana. Social bases of behavior: Social bases of behavior. Bases of social conduct. Social cognition and emotion. Attitudes and changes in attitudes. This evaluation is part of the teaching and learning process and is very important for the development of fundsmentos subject as it will help teachers to improve the quality of their teaching plan.