Adolescent Psychology (PSY226)

3.0 Semester Hours
IAI: S6 904 What's this?

This course provides an introduction to the development of adolescents, emphasizing the physical and physiological changes and the social and cognitive development that occur during adolescence. Topics include changing relationships with family and peers, identity and value development, sexuality, school experiences and career goals, and adolescent problems and delinquency.

Recommended Prereq: PSY100 or consent of instructor.

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