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Course Overview

This course introduces students to theories of adult development throughout the adult life cycle. The interweaving of biological, social, cultural, and psychological aspects of development will be examined relative to dimensions of change that occur throughout adulthood. We will explore conceptualizations of change in physical functioning, personality, socialization, occupation, cognition, and other aspects of development during adult life and aging. The impact of various life-styles, gender, culture, ethnicity, family factors, and deafness among other things will all be considered as pertinent throughout the course.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Graduate

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate