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PY 324 Adolescent Psychology 3 Cr.

This course examines the physical, emotional, social, cognitive aspects of adolescence from a developmental perspective. Identity, autonomy, sexuality, achievement, and intimacy are examined within the context of the school, the peer group, and the family. Students will have the opportunity to work with adolescents in schools, recreational centers, counseling centers, or through youth service agencies. Required for secondary teacher licensure candidates. Prerequisite: PY 211.


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Charles A Dana Professor Emeritus Carole Bandy; Professor Kevin Fleming (Chair); Associate Professor Matthew Thomas; Assistant Professors Mark Stefani, Helene Sisti; Lecturers John Dulmage, Heather Porter

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