2019-2020 Graduate Academic Catalog

EAGSR 8205 Theories and Research in Human Development

In this course, students learn some of the major theories of human development, including empirical studies that support and challenge those theories. A major aim of the course is to explore human development as it occurs in real-life contexts. The course will involve theories and research studies that represent the multi-faceted and complex nature of human development. As an essential quality of human development, intra-individual variability is an important phenomenon that the course examines. This course has a major focus on moral development as a process of life-span human development that brings together cognitive and emotional dynamics.

Credits

3

Notes

For Ph.D. or CAGS students only.