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Fanos, J. Child Psychology Psychology 102 Section 02: Child Psychology, San Jose State University Spring Semester 2008; Monday 6---8:45 p.m. DMH Office Hours: Monday 3:30-4:30 p.m.; 8:45 p.m.–9:00 p.m.; Office Room DMH 320. Phone (408) 924-5622 Joanna H. Fanos, Ph.D.; email Joanna.Fanos@Dartmouth.edu Web site: www.cpmc.org/sibling COURSE DESCRIPTION Psychological development of children from conception to adolescence, including perceptual, cognitive, personality and social development. Outside activities may be required. Prerequisite: PSYC 1. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. The understanding of the theories and research in child psychology, and the application for issues confronted in one's own life; 2. The development of theoretical and analytical skills for understanding research in the social sciences. REQUIRED TEXT Berk, L.E. (2008). Infants and Children, 6th ed. (Pearson: McGraw Hill.) ISBN-13:978-0-205-54161-4 COURSE REQUIREMENTS Midterm 1 (in-class multiple choice, 50 questions) 25% Midterm 2 (in-class multiple choice, 50 questions) 25% Research Paper 25% Final Exam (in-class multiple choice, 50 questions)
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