Graduate courses act as Honors courses, with Honors credit awarded for a grade of B- or higher.
Instructor: Rhiannon Smith
Recommended preparation: PSYC 2400, PSYC 2100
Fundamental theory and empirical research on social-emotional development in childhood and adolescence. Topics include social cognition, empathy, aggression, gender, ethnicity, and interpersonal relationships. Students in this course will read and critique empirical journal articles, participate in class discussions, and give class presentations.