PSY2033

Developmental Psychology 发展心理学

Applied Psychology · DST · Major Required Courses · 3 Units

Course Descriptions

Developmental psychology is designed to provide the student with the fundamental knowledge and appreciation of the concepts of human development. The student will begin with the introduction of scientific methods and research models in the area of human development. This will prepare the student to read and understand the evolution and technological advances in the discipline of psychology and particularly, developmental psychology. The student will be introduced to the “bio-psycho-social” model as it applies to human development; this will include relevant cultural and social issues related to the fact that human development is not driven or determined by isolated biological force but expressed as a dynamic between the elements of heredity and environment which shape the human organism.

Prerequisite

PSY2043 Introduction to Psychology

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