PSY 210 - Development I: Child Psychology

Approval Status


Date Reviewed

January 2014
Focuses on psychological development in infants, children and adolescents. Emphases are on applied, practical applications of research findings and consideration of the "how-to" as well as the "how" of growth and development. (Service learning required)" - University Catalog description. "In this course I will introduce you to theories, concepts, and research in developmental psychology. The age range covered in this course will be conception through adolescence. Some topics we will cover include: the history and theories of developmental psychology, sensation and perception, cognitive development, memory development, socio-emotional development, intelligence, moral development, and childhood behavior disorders." - Course Syllabus description

Course Type

Upper Division