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HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

See Counseling/Human Development.

6108 Lifespan Human Development (3) Hoare, Lanthier
  Continuity and change in developmental attributes. The developing person in relation to social norms, roles, and stage-graded expectations from birth to death. Interaction between biogenetics and environment.
6109 Child Development (3) Lanthier and Staff
  Typical development and the familial and social antecedents of developmental risk. Environments that foster competent children and developmental sequelae of childhood vulnerability and trauma. For graduate students in counseling, psychology, and related disciplines.
6110 Adolescent Development (3) Lanthier and Staff
  Key attributes and problems in adolescent development. Typical adolescent development and contemporary social problems in relation to stress, risk, and resilience. For graduate students in counseling, psychology, and related areas.
6129 Cultural Effects on Human Development (3) Lanthier and Staff
  Effects of culture on the experience and expression of self, others, space, time, faith systems, norms, and other attributes. Egocentric and sociocentric effects, primitive and technological effects. Group immersion as the basis for prejudice. Developmental consequences as a consequence of cultural context.
6161 Practicum in Human Development (3) Hoare and Staff
  Admission by permission of instructor.
6162 Internship in Human Development (3) Hoare and Staff
  Admission by permission of instructor.
6701 Adult Learning (3) Hoare
  Same as HOL 6701.
8100 Issues and Special Topics in Human Development (3 to 6) Hoare, Lanthier
  Issues and special contemporary topics related to child, adolescent, and adult development. Applications for professional roles.
8241 Social Cognitive Development (3) Hoare, Lanthier
  Emotional and cognitive development as related to self-esteem, social cognition, and interpersonal skills. Relationships among cognitive development, intellectual reasoning, insight, and social development.
8244 Adult Development (3) Hoare
  Theories and research on personality and intelligence in adulthood. Research designs and methods. Implications of developmental data for counseling and selected professional roles.
8253 Work, Identity, and Adult Development (3) Hoare
  The influence of work on identity, intellectual and personality development, and other developmental attributes. Same as Cnsl 8253/HOL 8742.
 

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