TJU Syllabus for Literary psychology

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Code:

2110410

Title:

Literary psychology

Semester Hours:

32

Credits:

2

Time Distribution

Lecture£º

32

Computer Lab£º

 

Experiment£º

 

Practice£º

 

Practice (Week)£º

 

Work Outside Class£º

 

Date:

2014-12

Offered by:

School of Liberal Arts and Law

for:

Chinese Language and Literature

Prerequisite:

 

1. Course Description

¡°Literary psychology¡± explores the profound mystery of creations, works and receptions from psychological angle. The aim of this course is to teach students the basic knowledge of literary psychology and train students the basic ability of analyzing literature and art from psychological angle .

2. Requirements

Require students to study various theoretical resources of literary psychology, basic knowledge about writers¡¯ psychology, creation psychology, literature works and reception psychology. After finishing studying the course, students will gain the basic ability of analyzing various literature phenomena from the psychological angle and practicing.

3. Topics

Chapter 1  Introduction and theoretical background of literary psychology     

Section 1  Production, development, attributes, study object and research methods of literary psychology

Section 2  Experimental psychology and literary psychology

Section 3  Freud¡¯s psychoanalytic psychology and literary psychology

Section 4  Gestalt psychology and literary psychology

Section 5  Humanistic psychology and literary psychology

Section 6  School of Society, culture and history and literary psychology

Chapter 2  Artist and Experience 

Section 1  Art experience

Section 2  Generation of artist's experience

Section 3  Artist's experience types

Chapter 3  Art Creation                      

Section 1  Mental motive of art creation

Section 2  Mental state of art creation

Section 3  Generation of the interior and exterior forms of art works

Section 4  Mental paradigm of art creation

Chapter 4  Mental significance of art works

Section 1  Mental significance of literary language and narration

Section 2  Mental significance of techniques and motif

Section 3  Mental significance and mutual conquest between Contents and Forms

Chapter 5  Art reception psychology 

Section 1  Effects of reception

Section 2  Receiver of arts

Section 3  Critic

4. Time Distribution

Topics

Lecture

Computer

Lab.

Experiment

Practice

Practice

(Week)

Work

Outside

Class

Chapter 1 Introduction and theoretical background of literary psychology.

6

 

 

 

 

 

Chapter 2  Artist and Experience

6

 

 

 

 

 

Chapter 3  Art Creation

8

 

 

 

 

 

Chapter 4  Mental significance of art works

6

 

 

 

 

 

Chapter 5 Art reception psychology

6

 

 

 

 

 

Sum:

32

 

 

 

 

 

5. Grading

Examination

6. Text-Book & Additional Readings

[1]Tong qingbing, Cheng zhengmin, chief editor.  Course in Art psychology. Higher education press, 2011.

[2]Zhu guangqian. Psychology of Art. An Hui education press,1996.

[3]Qian gurong, Lu shuyuan, chief editor. Course in Art psychology. HuaDong normal university press, 1987.

[4]Cheng zhengmin. Research on the creation psychology of Russian writer. BaiHua literature and art press, 1992.

[5]Li junping. Motive Power of Creation. BaiHua literature and art press,1992.

[6]Wang yichuan. Aesthetical experience. BaiHua literature and art press, 1992.

[7][Russian] §­.§³.§£§½§¤§°§´§³§¬§ª§ª. Psychology of Art. Zhou xin, translate. Shanghai literature and art press,1985.

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