PSYC 210: Introductory Child Psychology

Introductory Child Psychology

PSYC 210: Introductory Child Psychology


12 credits and PSYC 120

ENGL 100

This course introduces child psychology, focusing on development from conception to adolescence. An overview is provided of the cognitive, perceptual, physical, moral, personality, language, and social aspects of childhood development. Within a lifespan developmental perspective, the course examines research methods, developmental theories, and application of research findings to selected problems in the major periods of the lifespan.