Oct 01, 2022
PSY 2410 - Child and Adolescent Psychology
Basic principles of human development from the prenatal period through adolescence. Theory and literature on physical, cognitive, and socioemotional development. No credit awarded if HCCF 1600 or EDEL 2000 has been taken. Will not count toward requirements for Education majors.
Requisites: PSY101D or 1010 and WARNING: No credit for both this course and the following (always deduct credit for first course taken): EDEC 1600 or EDEL 2000
Credit Hours: 3
OHIO BRICKS Arch: Connected World
Repeat/Retake Information: May be retaken two times excluding withdrawals, but only last course taken counts.
Lecture/Lab Hours: 3.0 lecture
Grades: Eligible Grades: A-F,WP,WF,WN,FN,AU,I
Course Transferability: OTM course: TMSBS Social & Behavioral Sciences, TAG course: OSS049 Child and Adolescent Development
College Credit Plus: Level 1
- Students will be able to describe and explain issues using the primary concepts and findings of child development.
- Students will be able to apply the logic, assumptions and contexts of child development from the prenatal period through adolescence.
- Students will be able to explain how knowledge of child development contributes to becoming an informed citizen.
- Students will be able to describe how the field of child development and the research findings are influenced by the social identities of the investigators.
- Students will be able to critically state, describe, and consider an issue or problem from child development from the prenatal period through adolescence.
- Students will be able to use information from sources and interpretation to develop a comprehensive analysis of the developing individual from prenatal development through adolescence.
- Students will be able to systematically and methodically evaluate the relevance of contexts when presenting a position on child development.
- Students will be able to state a specific position within child development that is thoughtful, recognizes complexities, and acknowledges limitations.
- Students will be able to state conclusions about the impact of developmental issues and outcomes on the developing child and adolescent logically.
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