PSIC-3962 Psychological Development
This course pursues the following objectives: a) to learn the normal sequence of psychological development, b) to analyze the cultural and social factors that have an impact on development, c) to examine the different stages of development and the specific characteristics of each stage, and d) to learn some problems present in human development. The laboratory focuses on the methods and techniques used in research on development, and using some of the tests for diagnosis of psychological development. This course reviews the different aspects of human development covering the phases of adolescence, adulthood, old age and death.
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