PSY 233 Adulthood and Aging (3 credits)
Continuing demographic changes occurring globally as well as nationally have accelerated research in and theorizing about heretofore neglected aspects of human development. The "graying" of the human population, therefore, yields much interest in the topic of adulthood and aging. This course will explore the adult experience using a life-span perspective and a contextual analysis including contributions from the fields of anthropology, biology, psychology, and sociology.
Prerequisite: PSY 100 or Permission of the Instructor.