Mar 29, 2020  
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PSYC 313 - Child Development in Education


This course will introduce students to fundamental theories and principles of child psychology and explore their applications to educational contexts. To prepare students to be critical consumers of research, the course will focus on research methods in developmental and educational psychology. Course topics will include genome-environment interactions and prenatal development as foundations for later development. Physical, cognitive, and social/emotional development from birth to age 12 will be covered in the context of educational applications. Students will also learn to use and interpret psychological and educational assessments.

Requisites: PSYC 100. (Required, Previous).

Credits: 4 cr



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