PSY 12 Lifespan/Human Development
Introduction to human development from conception to death. Covers major theories of psychological growth, interactions between heredity and environment, and the physical, cognitive, and social domains of development in childhood adolescence, and adulthood. Focuses on concepts and issues important in prenatal development thinking and social relationships in childhood and adolescence, effective parenting, and personal growth through the lifespan. This course carries credit equivalent to PSY 102; students can only get credit for either PSY 102 or PSY 12 to count towards the psychology major- not both. GE 5B.
(waived for qualified Liberal Studies majors and for Single Subject Credential students).