This course focuses on the scientific research and theory related to socio-emotional development of the infant and child including areas of the history of the child developmental theory, attachment, temperament, self, peers, friendship, and linguistic development. Special emphasis is placed on the psychological theories supporting child development research. Students are expected to read original readings and participate as well as reflect on numerous field activities observing children. Prereq: PSY 120 and PSY 315.
- Instructor: Casey Holtz