1. Knowledge and understanding. Students should get a good understanding as well as the main features of the mirror system , the functional properties of mirror mechanisms in monkeys and humans and their relevance to a new model of intersubjectivity . Students must also achieve a good understanding of the theoretical and methodological bases of the psychology of social and emotional development in early childhood.
2 . Applying knowledge and understanding. Students should be able to describe the possible applications of the mirror system to new studies , particularly in the field of rehabilitation and to relate the different theories with recent empirical findings and to identify the possible clinical implications .
3 . Making judgments . Students will develop critical thinking skills and independent judgment in dealing with descriptions of experimental studies on the issues in question .
4 . Communicaonve skills . Students will acquire the ability to communicate in a succinct but complete what they have learned .
5 . Learning skills. Students should be able to discriminate between the techniques , such as use for a specific experimental study or a trial for rehabilitation , and to learn the latest psychological and neuropsychological models of intersubjectivity