PSY 240 1201 - Developmental Psychology

A systematic explanation is made of the behavioral changes which occur during principle stages of the life span, their flexibility and stability. Attention is given to genetic, physiological and social forces affecting human development.

Prerequisite: PSY100 or SOC100 except for students in any health services program

Course Credit: 3

Professor:  Maram Hallak  -

Special Instructions and Information:

This course meets on Tuesday from 12:30pm to 1:45pm in 70 Murray M1205.

Textbook: Berk, Exploring Lifespan Development, 2/e: 0205819516