Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This course examines human development from conception to death, emphasizing biological, cognitive, emotional, social, and personality development. Scientific approaches for studying developmental psychology will stress the importance of research methodology and research findings across life-span. Theories of development and applications to real-world problems will provide a context for understanding how humans change during the life-cycle.
The highlight of this class was that you get to learn how the human being changes over time.
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Advice for students:
Mr. Peterson requires you to get the textbook because you are required to read about a chapter every night. There are about 4 major quizzes in this course. Most of them are take-home quizzes which are open-book. He also requires a research paper which is usual due two weeks before the semester is over. Over all, I really enjoyed this course.