PSYC 351 Childhood Peer Relations and Clinical Issues

Last offered Spring 2014

An exploration of the important ways peer relationships influence children's emotional, cognitive, and social development. We consider various aspects of childhood peer rejection, including emergence and maintenance of peer difficulties, short- and long-term consequences, and intervention and prevention programs. A variety of research methodologies and assessment strategies will be considered. All students will design and conduct an empirical research project based on the concepts discussed.
Class Format: empirical lab course
Requirements/Evaluation: weekly response papers, midterm exam and a written/oral report of research
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Prerequisites: PSYC 201 and either PSYC 232 or 252
Enrollment Preference: Psychology majors
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Divisional Attributes: Division II
Other Attributes: PSYC Area 5 - Clinical Psychology,PSYC Empirical Lab Course,TEAC Related Courses
Enrollment Limit: 16
Expected Enrollment: 16
Class Number: 3552
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PSYC 351 LEC Childhood Peer Relations Division 2: Social Studies Marlene J. Sandstrom
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