A study of human development from the prenatal period through death. Using a Biopsychosocial framework the lifespan is explored with explicit consideration to cognitive, emotional, and socio-cultural development. Students who successfully complete the course will demonstrate their understanding of how physical, psychological, and social factors influence development; the research techniques used to study development; and the practical applications of lifespan development to intended profession.
- dentify core differences between life stages, prenatal through death.
- Explain cognitive, emotional, and social development in relation to life stages.
- Distinguish the psychological, social, or physical factors that may impact an individual’s development.
- Synthesize how various theories have influenced the development of lifespan research.
- Apply how lifespan development is related to the student’s profession.
- Evaluate current research in the field and analytical methods used to gather data.
- Assess whether proper classification was utilized during the case study analysis and be able to offer suggestions for future research.
- Lectures 0
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- Duration 8 weeks
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Assessments Yes