Course: PSY 475AA-ZZ/S. Advanced Inquiry in Developmental Psychology and Seminar (3/2)
Prerequisites: PSY 301, PSY 320/L, PSY 321/L; Any course from required Developmental Cluster (PSY 313, PSY 327, PSY 335, PSY 361 or PSY 365); Score of 8 or better on the Upper Division Writing Proficiency Exam. Corequisite: Corresponding PSY 475AA-ZZ Seminar. This capstone course provides advanced study of topics of current interest in sub-areas of Developmental Psychology. Topics within sub-areas listed below may change each semester. Seminar: Includes student presentation of written and oral reports based on relevant topics from current literature, and intensive student-led discussions of selected research and application of theories. Students will demonstrate knowledge of statistics and research methods obtained in prerequisite courses. Letters indicate sub-areas within Developmental Psychology. Each may be taken one time for credit. Satisfies the capstone requirement for Psychology majors. Available for graduate credit with consent of student’s graduate advisor. 3 hours lecture, 2 hours seminar.
|PSY 475CD||Cognitive Development|
|PSY 475CO||Contexts of Development|
|PSY 475CU||Cultural Contexts of Development|
|PSY 475DM||Developmental Research Methods|
|PSY 475ID||Identity Development|
|PSY 475SE||Social and Emotional Development|