Psychology of Adolescence

PSY 206

Social Science & Education

Credits: 3

With a focus on human development during the segment of the life span from puberty to early adulthood, students investigate the physical, social, cognitive, moral, and emotional dimensions of development during this period. In addition, the interrelationships of these dimensions of development and their impact on the contextual situations in which adolescents live and function, such as the family, school, peer group, and society, are studied. PSY 206 is not open to students who have completed 6 credits from both PSY 210 and PSY 200. Prerequisite: PSY 101 and ENG 101.

We currently offer the following 2 classes in this course:

Psychology of Adolescence

Section: PSY206 - 02

CRN: 81377

Type: Lecture

Instructor: Nicholas Lynchard

Term: Fall 2014

Fees: Technology Fee $65


Required Textbook

Class Schedule

Dates: 08/25/2014 - 12/17/2014
Days: Mon, Wed, Fri
Time: 10:55 am - 11:50 am
Location: VAN 111

Psychology of Adolescence

Section: PSY206 - 51

CRN: 20381

Type: Lecture

Instructor: Patrick McCabe

Term: Spring 2015

Fees: Technology Fee $65


Required Textbook

Class Schedule

Dates: 01/20/2015 - 05/15/2015
Days: Mon
Time: 05:30 pm - 08:15 pm
Location: VAN 112