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PSY211 / PC61



The Psychology Of Adulthood And Aging

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Investigates progress of human development throughout adulthood and later life, primarily from psychological perspective. Although most of human lifespan is spent as an adult, developmental psychology courses, because of time constraints, either stop at adolescence or give short shrift to what follows it. This course enables students to understand psychological as well as sociological and anthropological aspects of the process of becoming an adult and aging.




Offered On
Ammerman Campus in Selden


Credits:  3


Credit given for PSY211 or SOC220 but not both.