GPSA507 Human Development: Through the Lifespan from Birth to Death
Monday 7:00-9:10pm GPSA507 Human Development: Through the Lifespan from Birth to Death / Team Teach (Main)
This course focuses on the vicissitudes of human development through the lifespan and within intra psychic, biological, family, environmental and cultural context. How the individual approaches developmental tasks or copes with challenges of inner and outer reality, from conception through old age, is reflected in his/her sense of self and is manifested in behavior and life choices. The maturational tasks of adapting and coping that enable growth over the lifespan are examined. (3-cr)
Summer Conference: Wednesday July 12th 11:00-1:00pm Guest lecture, Benjamin Davis, “Gender and working with persons who are transgender”, author of “Gender: What Everyone Needs to Know”.
* To reduce the summer class meeting time please be advised students who are registered in summer courses are required to attend the conference.