PSYC 4455 – Atypical Adolescent Development

(3 credits – TG) 3 hours lecture

Course seminars will examine the foundations and pathways, normative and
psychopathological, of adolescent development. Small-scale hypothesis driven
studies and multilevel research designs are utilized to demonstrate the complexity of the study of adolescent development. Advances in theory and research pertaining to the biological, cognitive, emotional, and social development of adolescents, including emerging adulthood, will be emphasized.

Prerequisites: Psychology 2213 and 3355.

west gate mount royal