PSYC 315 - Child Behavior:Growth & Development

Prerequisites/Corequisites: Take PSYC-206. (Required, Previous).
Credit Hours: Min: 3; Max:

Description: Study of theory and research focusing on the psychological development of infants and children. Topics covered include maturation, intelligence, academic achievement, classical and operant conditioning, observational and social learning, language acquisition, and methodological advances in the study of child psychology. Neuropsychological development and models of gene-environment interaction, including the biopsychosocial perspective and neuropsychological bases of behavior, also will be discussed.

No periods were set for this course