Psychology of the Lifespan   [Archived Catalog]
2011-2012 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook with Addendum

AB 512 - Psychology of the Lifespan

This course examines normal development from infancy through advanced ages, focusing on the development of perceptual and cognitive processes, psychosocial roles and familial interpersonal processes. Current clinical approaches are examined from diverse theoretical viewpoints and in view of recent research findings. Cultural diversity and individual differences are integral to this course. For the Applied Behavior Analysis Specialization this course meets Behavior Analyst Certification Board® requirements for 45 hours in any other behavior analysis content area. (3 credits)