Human Growth & Development

GMS MH 708

This course provides an overview of biological, psychological, and sociocultural aspects of individual and family development from conception through elder adulthood in a multicultural context. The course is taught from perspectives of cognitive science and behavioral systems as well as sociological, cultural, life span developmental, and comparative approaches. The focus of the course is on normative development; developmental disorders are used to elucidate normative developmental and adaptive processes in language, cognition, and behavioral self-regulation that will serve to introduce students to behaviors and concepts relevant to clinical mental health counseling practice with both children and adults. 3 cr, Yr. 2, Fall sem.

FALL 2021 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 Griffith INS 303 T 1:00 pm-3:50 pm MED Campus

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