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Psychology (PSY)
Social Sciences

The following course information is effective for the Spring 2012 term.

Subj CatNoCourse TitleUnits   
PSY 226Adolescent Development3 units  

The course integrates theory and research as they relate to biological, cognitive, and social-emotional development of adolescents in cultural context. Students will gain an understanding of family relationships; friend and peer relations; school, college, and career experiences; self-identity; gender; and sexuality, as well as the research methods psychologists use to study development.

Prerequisite: PSY 121 (C or better)

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