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Psychology 30

Psychology 30/Developmental Psychology explores the study of human development across the time span of human life. Primarily studying human growth and changes in behaviour associated with ages ranging from birth to old age and death. Major topics include genetics, adoption, parenting issues, prenatal and birth, infancy, early childhood, and adulthood. The developmental processes in middle childhood and adolescence are optional units of study and are not included in this course.

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