PSY 220: LifeSpan Human Development

Prereq: PSY 101

The nature of normative transitions across the life span. The course fosters an understanding of change from pre-conception through death. A study of the individual from both the developmental and experimental approaches allows for an understanding and appreciation of change across the lifespan. The domains of human development (physical, cognitive/intellectual, and social/emotional) are replicated for infancy/toddlerhood, childhood, adolescence, adulthood, and old age. Topics that may be included are methodology in lifespan research, heredity and environment controversy, intelligence, language and communication, learning across the lifespan, as well as motor, cognitive, perceptual, personality, and social development.

2022 Fall
Class#SctTypeSeatsUnits
9325 01 Lecture 50 3.00
Days Start End
MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 10:00 AM EDT 10:50 AM EDT
Instructor: Patrice Hartnett Class status:
Prereq: PSY 101
Enrollment Section
Class instruction mode: In Person
2022 Fall
Class#SctTypeSeatsUnits
9326 02 Lecture 50 3.00
Days Start End
MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 11:00 AM EDT 11:50 AM EDT
Instructor: Patrice Hartnett Class status:
Prereq: PSY 101
Enrollment Section
Class instruction mode: In Person
2022 Fall
Class#SctTypeSeatsUnits
9327 03 Lecture 45 3.00
Days Start End
MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 1:00 PM EDT 1:50 PM EDT
Instructor: Rowland Barrett Class status:
Prereq: PSY 101
Enrollment Section
Class instruction mode: In Person