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Course Overview

A study of developmental processes in adolescence. Included is the study of puberty and the intellectual, social, moral, emotional, religious, sexual, personality, and family transitions occurring during this period. Emphasis is given to the influence of the above changes on personal identity and current problems of the adolescent in American society. Also included is a discussion of levels of aspiration and vocational choice.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Bachelors, Minor, Undergraduate
Prerequisite: ''C'' or better in PSY 210

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