Spring 2007 not offered
This focused inquiry course on psychological development in human infants will include current research findings on neurobiological influences on early development and behavior; babbling and pre-language communication; cognitive development; perceptual abilities; beginnings of emotional development; attachment; foundations of social knowledge in infancy.
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Textbook and journal articles to be assigned.
Weekly readings (journal articles) will be on reserve in the library.
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Tests and Assignments
3 multiple choice/short answer tests, and a term paper based on student review of scientific studies on a topic of interest in infant development research.
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This is a column 2 Breadth Requirement Course. This course will cover the general period of infancy, as well as those developmental stages which immediately precede and follow it.
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