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Department
Psychology
Course
PS282
Professor
Colleen Loomis
Semester
Fall

Description
th PS282 Community Psych Lecture 1 September 10 , 2012 Bio-psycho-social Model • Looks at different levels of analysis ◦ Individual (center circle) ◦ Micro ◦ Meso ◦ Macro (outer ring) ▪ Community psychologists study from the individual out to macro and back inwards again ▪ Distinction between all other psychology disciplines is that community psychology studies all levels of analysis Why CSL? • Social Work Education (Larsen) ◦ Practicum's do not have a reciprocal relationship (Figure 1.0 in binder) ▪ standardized throughout Canada ▪ have direct one-on-one connection ▪ designed to increase knowledge and experience in real world ▪ if it works well, leads to learning which takes you back to experiential learning ▪ Reflection can take us back to what CSL creates • Reflection can be broken and reinforced ◦ E.g.) Poor person working at a soup kitchen because they are lazy and a well-off, active person working at a soup kitchen • Guided reflection ◦ Gives chance to think about and process, in a safe environment, what thoughts and experiences you're having ◦ CSL purposely tries to create ▪ Learning ▪ Empathy ▪ Reflecting ▪ Reciprocity
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