MONT 4303: Adolescent Psychology

3 Credits

This course is designed to provide an introduction to the science of development during the period known as “adolescence”—from the beginnings of the biological processes involved in puberty to sociocultural adulthood—and applications of that knowledge in practice and policy. Students will gain a foundational understanding of what is currently known about the transformational processes that shape human development as children mature into adults.

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