Developmental Psychology

What is Developmental Psychology?

Developmental psychology is interested in how individuals develop throughout the lifespan.

Related Courses in the Psychology Department
PSY 313: Developmental Psychology

Theory and research in selected areas of developmental psychology covering social-emotional, cognitive and physical aspects of development across the lifespan.

PSY 346: Advanced Topics in Developmental Psychology

Developmental theory and research on topics chosen by professor and/or students. (Past topics include father’s role in child development, child abuse prevention, socialization of empathy and prosocial behavior.) Students review current scholarly articles and interview at least two individuals at different developmental levels.

Related Links

American Psychological Association Division of Developmental Psychology
American Psychological Association: Graduate Development Programs
Social Psychology Network: Developmental Psychology Links by Subtopic
Developmental Psychology
International Society on Infant Studies

Developmental Psychology

What is Developmental Psychology?

Developmental psychology is interested in how individuals develop throughout the lifespan.

Related Courses in the Psychology Department

PSY 313: Developmental Psychology

Theory and research in selected areas of developmental psychology covering social-emotional, cognitive and physical aspects of development across the lifespan.

PSY 346: Advanced Topics in Developmental Psychology

Developmental theory and research on topics chosen by professor and/or students. (Past topics include father’s role in child development, child abuse prevention, socialization of empathy and prosocial behavior.) Students review current scholarly articles and interview at least two individuals at different developmental levels.