Adolescence and Early Adulthood


SUNY Plattsburgh

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    Spring 2024
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    Karen Glushko
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The study of the developmental processes in adolescence and early adulthood, covering physical, emotional, social, and cognitive growth and development. Theoretical issues, research findings, and applications will be included. Issues such as identity, peer relationships, and common problems in adolescence will be discussed.
Prerequisites: PSY311.
Course Area: Psychology
Level: Upper Level Undergraduate
Dates: 01-29-2024 - 05-17-2024
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Instructor: Karen Glushko
Local Course ID: 24SP_PLA_PSY415_WB1
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