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Courses: Child Psychology (PSY-205)

Child Psychology (PSY-205)
This course is a study of childhood development and pyschology. Particular focus will be on physical, cognitive, and socioemotional development from the prenatal period to preadolescence. The focus of this course is on the transitions occuring within these major domain areas and on developmentally relevant segments such as the role of genetics, family and care-giving adults, culture, and individual forces in the optimal growth and development of the child. Prerequisite: PSY 101

Course Name: PSY-205
Departments: Psychology-Sociology
Course Types: Social Science; Social Science Gen Ed; Applied Health
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Prerequisites: PSY-101
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