Adolescent Psychology - PSYC212

Framingham State University

Credits: 4

Subject Area(s): Psychology

Credential(s): Bachelor's Degree


An introduction to the study of the adolescent from the onset of puberty to the beginnings of adulthood. Topics include biological changes, identity development, the adolescent's relations with parents and peers, cognitive changes, moral development, achievement, and work issues. Special topics may include sexuality, drug abuse, delinquency, and psychopathology examined in the context of the adolescent's formation of his or her identity. Within each topic of development, current research findings regarding the specific issues of race, class, and gender as they apply to adolescent development are discussed. Prerequisite: PSYC 101 General Psychology or PSYC 200 Psychology of Development.

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Adolescent Psychology Online Offerings

Course Section Time Instructor Format Start Date End Date
90993Galvin, T. Bridgett100% Online2019-09-042019-12-21

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