Lifespan Development (CNSK 1506)

This course will provide students with a general introduction to and overview of the field of developmental psychology with a focus on developmental research and theories that have particular relevance for those working in a helping role in community settings. The course follows the life span development of the individual, emphasizing the theoretical and experimental approaches to the study of cognitive, personality, social, perceptual, and physical components of development from conception to death.

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CRN Fee Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
30508 $734.77 ONLINE TBATo Be Assigned
TBATo Be Assigned
to 05-Dec-2019
Barker, Lisa

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