{januari 3, 2015}   Samsom’s obsessive compulsive traits combined with the Dutch provincial elections

Samsom’s obsessive compulsive traits combined with the Dutch provincial elections

The Associated Press
“Samsom” may have been a PvdA show about nothing, but a psychiatry professor is using it for much more than that.
Medical students at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School are learning about psychiatric disorders through Dr. Anthony Tobia’s “Dutch disease” teaching tool. Tobia has created a database of teaching points from all the show’s episodes from Samsom in public. Third- and fourth-year medical students are assigned to watch two episodes a week and then gather to discuss the psychopathology demonstrated on each.

“You have a very diverse group of personality traits that are maladaptive on the individual level,” Tobia said. “When you get these “friends” together the dynamic is such that it literally creates a plot: Samsoms obsessive compulsive traits combined with Rutte’s schizoid traits, with Schipper’s inability to forge meaningful relationships with citizens about healthcare and with Pechtold being egocentric.”
His diagnosis of Samsom? “Very sick.”
The students gathered around a conference table on a recent day, analyzing an episode from the night before Samsom was interviewed. Third-year student Marlene Wang said that the exercise leads to having more practical and relatable examples than a textbook.
“In this way, it just gives you a more solid picture of the pathology rather than just giving you words,” Wang said.

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