Check the competences developed in the Degree in Psychology. Click on each category to browse the list:

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Code Specific competences
CE-01 To be able to meet the patient’s needs in different contexts.
CE-02 To be able set targets for psychological treatment in different contexts and in agreement with the person involved.
CE-03 Ability to plan and develop an interview.
CE-04 Ability to describe and measure variables (personality, intelligence, and other aptitudes) as well as cognitive, emotional, psychobiological, and behavioural patterns.
CE-05 Ability to identify differences, problems, and needs.
CE-06 Ability to make a diagnosis according to the profession’s criteria.
CE-07 Ability to describe and measure interaction processes, group dynamics, and group and intergroup structure.
CE-08 Ability to identify group and intergroup problems and needs.
CE-09 Ability to describe and measure interaction processes, organizational and inter-organizational dynamics and structure.
CE-10 To identify organizational and inter-organizational needs and problems.
CE-11 Ability to analyse the framework for individual behaviour, group and organization processes.
CE-12 Ability to select and manage tools, products and services, and identify stakeholders.
CE-13 Ability to design and adapt tools, products, and services according to given requirements and restrictions.
CE-14 Ability to compare and validate tools, products, and services (prototypes and pilot tests).
CE-15 Ability to establish goals of a psychological intervention and develop a work plan to achieve them (prevention, therapy, rehabilitation, insertion, guidance, etc.).
CE-16 Ability to choose the appropriate psychological techniques to achieve the set objectives.
CE-17 To master strategies and techniques to involve patients in the intervention.
CE-18 Ability to apply direct intervention methods and strategies: psychological counselling, therapy, negotiation, mediation, etc.
CE-19 Ability to apply direct intervention methods and strategies in context: building healthy environments, etc.
CE-20 Ability to apply intervention methods and strategies through other people: counselling, training of trainers, etc.
CE-21 Ability to plan and assess programmes and interventions.
CE-22 Ability to select and establish markers and measurement techniques to assess programmes and interventions.
CE-23 Ability to measure and gather relevant data for work assessment.
CE-24 To analyse and interpret assessment results.
CE-25 To provide appropriate feedback to patients.
CE-26 Ability to make written and oral reports.
CE-27 To comply with professional ethics in Psychology.
CE-28 To know the basic principles and theories on psychological processes.
CE-29 To be able to link different psychological paradigms and approaches.
CE-30 To identify the implications of psychological processes in daily life contexts.
CE-31 To recognize major breakthroughs in psychology.
CE-32 To have a broad overview of the discipline and ability to reflect on the present and future consequences of new developments in the field.
CE-33 To learn about the origin and theoretical framework of neuropsychological disorders.
CE-34 To learn about the different assessment and working methods in the field of neuropsychology.
CE-35 Ability to identify, select, and implement basic neuropsychological techniques.
CE-36 To learn about social and psychological processes affecting conflict management, negotiation, and mediation.
CE-37 To develop the ability to analyse conflict situations and mediate in different individual and organizational contexts.
CE-38 To identify, describe, and link behavioural biology to psychological functions.
CE-39 To identify and describe processes of psychological development throughout the life cycle.
CE-40 To be able to develop a holistic and global perspective on human development.

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