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Adolescent Psychology

PSYC - 2090

3 Credits

This is an in-depth study of the adolescent period, including significant theories of physical, cognitive and psychosocial development. The course surveys past and present sociocultural, economic, and educational issues affecting the behavior of individuals from puberty into adulthood.(Prerequisite: PSYC 2010 and 2030) Lecture: 3 hours


Contact Information

Raymond Kilduff,Ph. D.
Department Chair
Tel: 401-825-2224/7253
Fax: 401-825-2370

Chair's Office: 
Flanagan Campus  #2358   
Knight Campus  #3098     

Sharyn Vicente
Web Content Manager

Secretary Knight Campus  

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Last Updated: 7/28/16