Concentration in Developmental Psychology
Developmental psychologists study the psychological development of the human being that takes place throughout life. Until recently, the primary focus was on childhood and adolescence, the most formative years. As life expectancy in this country approaches 80 years, however, developmental psychologists are becoming increasingly interested in aging - especially in researching and developing ways to help older people stay as independent as possible.
|PSYC 3520||Introduction to Child Psychology|
|PSYC 3540||Adolescent Psychology|
|Plus two of the following:|
|PSYC 2500||Lifespan Psychology|
|PSYC 3510||Educational Psychology|
|PSYC 4090||Cognitive Neuroscience|
|PSYC 4230||Behavioral Neuroscience|
|PSYC 4544||Developmental Psychology Laboratory|
|PSYC 4590||Psychology of Exceptional Children|
|PSYC 4920||Special Topics in Psychology (Developmental focus)|
|PSYC 4960||Independent Study in Psychology (Developmental)|
|PSYC 4990||Senior Thesis (Developmental topic)|
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