PSY 202 : Human Development

This course introduces the developmental perspective in psychology and presents the historical emergence of this perspective. The course surveys individual development from conception through old age, studying physical, perceptual, cognitive, and emotional processes. An emphasis is placed on the interaction among individuals of different ages and the influence of both the immediate and wider social contexts on development. Due to the overlap in course content, students may not receive credit for PSY 202, and PSY 203, PSY 204, or PSY 208.

Prerequisites

PSY 101

Overview

Program

Credits

3