Lifespan Development (CNSK 1404)
This course introduces the theories, concepts, research methods, and findings relevant to the study of human development throughout the life-span. Major developmental theories and issues are presented. Emphasis is placed on the integration of life-span principles and concepts into individual social contexts. The effects of heredity and environment, and ethical issues surrounding development are also presented. Students may take Theories of Counselling (CNSK 1403) OR Lifespan Development (CNSK 1404) for credit.
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