PSYC 316 - Adolescent Behav:Growth & Developmt

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

Description: Study of the adolescent today, including cognition and reasoning; neuropsychological development; attitudes and values toward sex, family, school, and peers; delinquency and substance use; activism and work; and personality development. Models of gene-environment interaction, including the biopsychosocial perspective and neuropsychological bases of behavior, will be covered. Transitions from childhood to adolescence (middle school years) and adolescence to adulthood (high school and college years) will also be explored.

No periods were set for this course