PSYC 230: Human Development

Program
Credits 3
Attributes
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Applied Minors

Provides a general introduction to contemporary psychological theory and research of lifespan human development. This course focuses on the cognitive, emotional and social transformations that take place during infancy, childhood, adolescence and adulthood. Students form small research teams to undertake a psychological case study of a single child. Offered every fall.

Prerequisites

Sophomore standing or above