This seminar is an advanced, doctoral-level survey of social development from infancy to adolescence. The range of topics includes attachment, temperament, genes and developmental process, social contexts of cognitive development gender development, moral reasoning and prosocial behavior, aggressive behavior, and the development of ethnic identity and discrimination. Family, peer, community, and cultural ecologies of children and adolescents receive extensive consideration. Developmental theory, methodology, and relations to social policy and intervention are continuing concerns. See Course in Course Explorer

Credit Information: Same as PSYC 540.

Current Sections

Section Schedule Type CRN Dates Instructor Days Times Location Credit
ALecture 495848/22/2016 - 12/7/2016Pomerantz, EW10:00 AM - 11:50 AM608 Psychology Building4