PSY 377 Psychology of Adult and Aging

This course is designed to enhance the students' understanding of various topics that are central to adult development and aging. Lectures and exercises encourage the students to apply learning to everyday life situations. Students will identify, compare and contrast, and critically evaluate major themes in the research of human development (e.g., rationalism, empiricism, maturationism, and constructivism). The course structure stresses diversity of experience and immediate practical application of the knowledge.


3 credits




140-UG Level 4 Advanced