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PSYC 201

PSYC 201 Developmental Psychology I
3 Credits

If you would like to gain some insight into your own history and want to know more about what your life will be like as you grow through the adult years, the study of life-span development will be of interest to you. This is the first half of a two-semester second-year elective course in psychology. Following an introduction to methods and theories and a review of genetics and prenatal development we will examine development in infancy, early childhood and middle childhood, from a physical, cognitive and psychosocial point of view. The focus will be on the normal process growing but some potential developmental problems will be discussed. Classes consist of lectures, discussions, audiovisual presentations and structured experiences. Learning Outcomes:

PSYC 101 or PSYC 102

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