Courses: Adult Development and Aging (PSYCB308001)

Spring 2009

Class Number: 2075
New Course: The course explores the biological, psychological, and
social aspects of aging into middle and late adulthood. Topics
include: psychological and social developmental challenges; core
biological changes; research methodology; demands and impact on care
givers and families; common psychopathology; social welfare policies
and programs; and political, social, and academic discourse on aging
in the 21st century. Different aging experiences by race, ethnicity,
gender, class, culture, and sexual orientation are considered.
Prerequisite: junior, senior or graduate status. Enrollment limited
to 8 undergraduate students and 8 graduate students.

Fulfills: Class Nbr: 2075


Psychology (Web site)

Taught By

Nath,Sara Bressi


Bryn Mawr, SW8

Meeting Times

T 2:00pm-4:20pm