Development Seminar

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Meeting Information
Location: FPH WLH
Days: Thursday
Time: 12:30-3:20
Extension: 5394
Office: FPH 205
Office Hours:
Home Page:
Technical Information
Course Level: 200
Course Number: 298
Course Capacity: 20
Course Website:

Development Seminar is a crosslisted Cognitive Science/Social Science class taught by Rachel Conrad.

Course Description

What do we mean by human 'development?' In this advanced seminar we will critically examine ideas of human development in recent work in developmental psychology, critical developmental psychology, cultural psychology, and interdisciplinary Childhood Studies. An important component of students' work in this course will be to critically evaluate how the concept of 'development' informs their own academic studies, including areas not listed above such as education, educational psychology, and developmental neuroscience. This course is recommended for students whose Division II concentrations intersect with the Childhood, Youth, and Learning (CYL) program and/or the Culture, Brain, and Development (CBD) program. Prerequisite: At least one previous course in Psychology.

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