(Offered as PSYC 227 and EDST 227) A study of human development across the lifespan with an emphasis on the general characteristics of various stages of development from birth to adolescence and on the determinants of the developmental process. The class will explore: 1) prenatal development, 2) the development of motor skills, cognitive skills, language, emotional understanding, attachments, and morality, and 3) the role of family systems in development. Students will engage with this content using contemporary research and real-world applications.
Requisite: PSYC 100 or 212 or consent of the instructor. Limited to 40 students per section. Fall semester: Professor O'Carrol.
If Overenrolled: Preference given to majors in Psychology according to seniority.
Attention to Issues of Class, Attention to Issues of Race, Attention to Writing