PSY 200: Child Psychology
This course provides an overview of the psychology of human behavior from conception to adolescence. It includes the study of psychological processes involved in physical, cognitive and social personality development. Major theories of human development are reviewed and contrasted. The course is especially constructed and taught to be of value to those entering the fields of social work, elementary or secondary education, or nursing and various allied health fields.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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