PS343 Adolescent Development
Psychology and Crime, Law and Justice credits: 3
Studies adolescent development from a variety
of perspectives – biological, cognitive, emotional and social. Theories of adolescent
development and current research are addressed in order to provide the student with a
comprehensive understanding of the nature of adolescent development, fundamental
changes and contexts as well as challenges and opportunities posed by our current society.
Attention is given to the dynamics of family life and the intergenerational interactions. Offered alternate years.