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2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalog 
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PSYC 2111 - Psychology of Human Growth and Development (RODP)

(3 credits)
Prerequisites: Students must possess reading and writing proficiency appropriate for a college-level course. It is preferable that students have had an introductory psychology course prior to taking this course. This course surveys the biological and environmental factors influencing the physical, intellectual, social, emotional, and language development from birth until death. It explores causes and results of interruption in or interference with the developmental process. This course surveys the changes individuals go through from conception to death—from “womb to tomb”. The aspects of development including biological, social, cognitive, emotional, and moral will be covered. The theme of this course is change. We will examine how the abilities, needs, problems, and concerns of humans change throughout life, and how people are shaped by their experiences throughout their development.

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