Advanced Methods in Developmental Psychology

Psychology 302

Usual Description

Experimental and naturalistic methods used to study children from infancy through adolescence. Content areas include: attachment behavior, cognitive development, motivation, and peer relations. Students will collect data, use computer routines to analyze data sets, and prepare laboratory reports

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Psychology 302 Taught by Travis Wilson
Psychology 302 Taught by Travis Wilson
Psychology 302 Taught by Travis Wilson
Psychology 302 Taught by William Friedman
Psychology 302 Taught by William Friedman
Psychology 302 Taught by William Friedman
Psychology 302 Taught by William Friedman
Psychology 302 Taught by William Friedman
Psychology 302 Taught by William Friedman