PSY 333R • Social Development -W
12:30 PM-2:00 PM
This course concerns how children develop socially, with a focus on parents' role in their children's development. We will study basic issues in parent-child relationships, as well as address controversial topics, such as: To what extent do parents effects their children?; Is physical punishment harmful?; and Should parents be licensed before having children?
Contains a Substantial Writing Component Partially fulfills Area II requirement in psychology
9 "reaction" papers (1 page each) 10% Class participation 10% Group presentations 10% 1 Review paper (8-10 pages) 35% 2 Tests 35%
Brooks, J. B. (2007). The process of parenting. McGraw Hill. and supplemental readings.