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PSYC 3331 Developmental Psychopathology (Fall/Spring: 3 )

Course Description

This course will provide an introduction to the field of developmental psychopathology, an area of psychology that combines the topics of developmental and abnormal psychology in order to facilitate an understanding of maladaptive behavior within a developmental framework. Course material will emphasize how aspects of development bear upon the subsequent adaptation of an individual and will generate an appreciation of normal and pathological behavior in the context of the individual, his or her developmental history, and current conditions. Examples of specific topics include the developmental impact of parent-child attachment, child maltreatment, peer relationships, and resilience in development.

Instructor(s): Amy Tishelman

Prerequisites: PSYC2260.

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Last Updated: 19-Oct-18