Developmental Psychology: Introduction and Survey

PSY 103D

Overview of the cognitive, social, and emotional changes that occur throughout the lifespan, with emphasis on the period from infancy to adolescence. Examines both the empirical evidence (data collection and analysis) and the theoretical models (constructs using inductive-deductive reasoning) used in understanding human psychological development. Required participation in psychological research. Prerequisite: Psychology 101 strongly recommended. Instructor: Svetlova, Tomasello, Wilbourn, or staff
Curriculum Codes
  • SS
Typically Offered
Fall and/or Spring