7099 - Psychology 41 - Class Information

Life Span Psychology

Fall B 2010

3 Units, (UC: CSU)

An introduction to human development from infancy through old age, including basic psychological processes, emotional and social development as well as adjustments related to each phase of the life cycle. Special emphasis is given to social and cultural influences.

Prerequisites: None.


Aurora N. Rosales, M.A.
Email: rosales.psych@gmail.com
Office Hours: Wednedays 1:00 - 8:00 P.M.
(818) 364-7600, ext. 7156

Classroom Locations & Schedule

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Textbooks may be purchased at the City Mission , Valley, and Pierce College bookstores.


Transitions Throughout the Life Span

Transitions Throughout the Life Span offers an engaging look at human development across the life span, paying particular attention to the biological, cognitive, and psychosocial processes that people experience as they adapt to life circumstances. The twenty-six 30-minute video lessons incorporate videography of biological processes, as well as historical and contemporary research. The course provides students with a chance to observe people during all stages of life and hear from many leading human development experts and medical professionals.

Where to Watch Videos

Online Course Website

Oct. 25  is the official start date of the term. If you enrolled after that date, you can expect a delay of 2-3 business days in accessing the class website.

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