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PSY 1405 Child & Adolescent Development

This library guide provides access to class readings and library resources to support the successful completion of PSY 1405.

PSY 1405 Child & Adolescent Development Course Description

Description:

This course covers issues in human development that are especially relevant to children and adolescents, beginning with the earliest aspects of development during the prenatal period and ending with the final phase of transition from adolescence into adulthood. Topics in this course include primary theories of development and critical factors that influence child and adolescent development including family/social relationships; ethnic/cultural factors; and biological, cognitive, and individual factors.

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