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2314.Semester Teaching

2314.Semester Teaching - 17 Education 18 Memory 19...

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Topics for Lifespan: 1. Genetic Counseling: _____________________ 2. Intelligence: _____________________ 3. Motivation: _____________________ 4. Mental Retardation: _____________________ 5. Maturation: _____________________ 6. Obesity: _____________________ 7. Drug Use: _____________________ 8. Main Preventable Causes of Death: _____________________ 9. American Culture: _____________________ 10. Parenting: _____________________ 11. Birth Defects: _____________________ 12. Teratogens: _____________________ 13. Global/Public Health Issues: General: _____________________ 14. Global/Public Health Issues: AIDS: _____________________ 15. Global/Public Health Issues: Family Planning: _____________________ 16. Language: _____________________
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Unformatted text preview: 17. Education: _____________________ 18. Memory: _____________________ 19. Gender/Gender Identity: _____________________ 20. Sexual Orientation: _____________________ 21. Media: Violence and America: _____________________ 22. Media Sexuality and America: _____________________ 23. Media: Drug Use and America: _____________________ 24. Death: Cross Cultural: _____________________ 25. Peers: _____________________ 26. Friendships: _____________________ 27. Sexual Relationships: _____________________ 28. Sleep: _____________________ 29. Diseases/Viruses and ageing: _____________________ 30. Delinquency/Crime/Ageing: _____________________...
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