PSY 304 • Intro to Child Psychology
12:00 PM-1:00 PM
In this course the changes that begin in infancy and continue through adolescence will be studied. Current theoretical perspectives and research methods will serve as starting points for the special tasks of the developing human, e.g., perceiving the world, forming concepts, acquiring language, forming emotional attachments, etc.
Grades are based on 3 objective exams, 5 out-of-class activities, and 5 in-class activities
Siegler, DeLoache & Eisenberg. 2003. How Children Develop. Sattler, Kramer, Shabatay, & Bernstein. 2002. Child Development in Context