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PSYC 410 - Seminar in Life Span Human Development


An advanced seminar on human development, emphasizing class discussion and field experience. Readings focus on psychosocial development, and exploration of biological and sociocultural contexts as well as research methods. Cognitive, social and emotional development, developmental tasks, social roles, coping skills, and interpersonal relationships are addressed. The field component involves the development of structured interviews and interviewing members of the community about their lives. The interviews are reported back to the seminar group, and serve as real-life data to which theory and research is applied, towards understanding human development.

Requisites: PSYC 100, junior or senior status in psychology, education, health sciences, or social work or instructor permission. (Required, Previous).

At least one previous course on development is recommended. (Recommended, Previous).

Credits: 4 cr



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