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PSYC 3366 Social and Emotional Development (Fall/Spring: 3 )

Course Description

In this course, we will explore developmental changes in social and emotional functioning from birth through adolescence. We will study the beginning of emotion expression and the emergence of attachment relationships, the development of emotional regulation, and the socialization of children during infancy. We will then continue to examine emotional changes and social development through toddlerhood, early childhood, middle childhood, and adolescence. The influences of parents, siblings, peers, and caregivers will be examined, as will the issues of individual differences, stability and change, and coherence of development across contexts and over time.

Instructor(s): Karen Rosen

Prerequisites: PSYC2260.

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Last Updated: 19-Oct-18