Have you ever wondered how a human-being develops and changes overtime since birth? If so, welcome to Dev. Psy! Developmental psychology or Lifespan Development is the study of humans development process and different factors that may have an influence on ones development. Students will gain perspectives on how brain and physical, cognitive and linguistic, emotional, sociocultural, moral, and spiritual developments change across the life span”from prenatal through late adulthood or from womb to tomb. Important topics that may affect human development, such as the role of family and other relationships, the development of self-in-context, and unique aspects of aging and bereavement will be discussed. This course is designed particularly to engage students in conversations around human development in the context of Vietnam and Vietnamese culture in order to start to compare and contrast it with the contemporary understandings and research of various developmental psychology theories and topics

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Spring 23




Kieu Thi Thanh Tra(V)


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