PSYC 229 Developmental Psychology: Infancy and Childhood

Spring, Fall

A study of developmental principles, focusing on research relevant to prenatal development, infancy, and childhood. Theories of emotional, cognitive, and social development will be examined. Students will consider the implications of developmental research for social and educational policy that affects the welfare of children. F11 sections include a 10-hour community-based learning requirement.

Pre-requisite: Psychology 150 or Education 201

Degree Requirements