Psychological development and change throughout the life span. Examines principles of child and adolescent development, and genetic and environmental influences on the course of physical, motor, intellectual, emotional, social, and personality development. Adult issues of individual integrity, career pursuit, and intimacy are emphasized. Senescence and adjustment to aging are examined. Additional attention is devoted to the family lifecycle concept. 3 Credits (3 Lecture) Prerequisite(s): PSY111.
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