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Courrse Syllabus

2015 YONSEI INT


TERNATION
NAL SUMME
ER SCHOOL
L

Developm
D
mental Pssychology
y
CRE
EDIT

INST
TRUCTOR

OFF
FICE
TIM
ME

Denise Bostton, Ph.D., RD


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ASSROOM LOCATION

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OURSE INF
FORMATIO
ON]

COU
URSE DESCR
RIPTION
& GOALS
G

The focus of this coursee will be on: (a) the sequen


nce of humann developmen
nt from concepption
ntal processees within varrious domainns of
through eaarly adulthoood; (b) majorr developmen
developmeent (e.g., phys ical, cognitivee, emotional, language, mooral, and sociaal.); (c) theoreetical
perspectivees currently bbeing used to guide developmental reseaarch; (d) reseaarch methodoology
used in dev
velopmental ppsychology; (e) the contextts of developm
ment (e.g., faamily, society,, and
culture); an
nd (f) applicattions of develo
opmental theo
ory and researcch.

PRE
EREQUISITE

COU
URSE REQUIIREMENTS

GRA
ADING POLICY

The Class::
In this cou
urse we willl focus primaarily on hum
man developm
ment. Reading
g assignmentss are
specified in
n the schedulee. Examinatio
ons are schedu
uled (4). For each exam ap
pproximately 50%
of the quesstions will com
me from the teext readings an
nd 50% from tthe lecture maaterial.
Attendancce:
Although attendance
a
willl be taken in this course, students
s
are exxpected to atttend every leccture.
It will be impossible too receive a passing
p
gradee in this courrse without understanding
u
and
he material preesented both in
i the text and
d during the leectures.
knowing th
Learning Outcomes:
O
The course should ressult in the students high
her awarenesss of the seq
quence of huuman
ng developmen
ntal change annd stability (e.g., hereditaryy and
developmeent, the processses underlyin
environmen
ntal influencees), explanatiions for indiv
vidual differeences in deveelopment, andd the
theoretical perspectivess and researcch methods currently beeing used to examine huuman
developmeent.
Assignmen
nt
Exam 1
Exam 2
Exam 3
m
Final Exam
Homework
k/Group Workk
Participatio
on
Total

Possible Points
P
Percent of Final G
Grade
100 pts
22%
100 pts
22%
100 pts
22%
owest exam)
100 pts
(drop lo
100pts
22%
50 pts
12%
450 pts
100%

5-359 pts D:270-314 pts F :<269 pts


A:405-450 pts B:360-4004 pts C:315
Exam Poliicy:
You must take
t
the exam
m at the date sp
pecified on thee course outlinne.

Courrse Syllabus

2015 YONSEI INT


TERNATION
NAL SUMME
ER SCHOOL
L

Berger, K.S
S. (2011). Thee Developing Person Throu
ugh the Life Sppan: 6th Editio
on. New Yorkk:
Worth.

Tex
xts & References

Please purrchase book oonline in adva


ance.
P
of E
Expressive Artts Therapy
Associate Professor
California Institute of Inntegral Studiess
INS
STRUCTORS
S PROFILE

PhD Wald
den Universityy, Counseling
g Psychology, 2000
MA Godd
dard College, Psychology and
a Counseling
g, 1996
BFA Univ
versity of Norrth Carolina School of the Arts,
A 1978

[W
WEEKLY SC
CHEDULE]
* Your
Y
detailed eexplanation would be very helpful
h
for proospective stud
dents to get a pre-approvval for credit--transfer from
m
th
heir home un
niversity in ad
dvance.
WE
EEK (PERIOD
D)

WEEK
KLY TOPIC & CONTENTS
S

COURSE MATERIAL
M
&
ASSIGNME
ENTS

Chapter 1, 2, 3
Mon. Ch.1

Course Outline & Sylllabus


Introduuction, Theories,

Tues. Ch. 1

Heredittary Influencees on Developpment

Wed. Ch. 2
Thur. Ch. 3
Chapter 4
Mon. Ch. 4 - Germinal
Tues. Ch. 4 Embryo/Feetus

Prenatal Development & Birth

Wed. Ch. 4 - Birth


Thur. Exam
m 1(Ch. 1,2,3,,4)

Chapter 5, 6, 7
Mon. Ch. 5

Early Childhood
C
Biosocial, Cognitivee,
opment
Psychoosocial Develo

Middlee Childhood
Biosocial, Cognitive,
Develoopment

Tues. Ch. 6
Wed. Ch. 7
m 2(Ch. 5.6.7))
Thur. Exam

Chapter 11, 12, 13


Mon. Ch. 11
&

P
Psychosocial

2
Tues.Ch. 12
Wed. Ch. 13
m 3(Ch. 11,12,
2,13)
Thur. Exam

REF
FERENCE

Courrse Syllabus

2015 YONSEI INT


TERNATION
NAL SUMME
ER SCHOOL
L

WE
EEK (PERIOD
D)

WEEK
KLY TOPIC & CONTENTS
S

Adolesscence & Emeerging Adultthood


Biosocial, & Cognitiive l Developm
ment

COURSE MATERIAL
M
&
ASSIGNME
ENTS

Chapters 14
4, 15, 17, 18
Mon. Ch. 14
4 Presentatioons
Tues. Ch. 15
5 Presentatioons
Wed. Ch. 17
7 Presentatioons
Thur. Ch. 18
8 Presentatioons
Chapters 20
0, 23
Epilogue

Adulth
hood & Late Adulthood
Biosocial Developm
ment

6
a Dying
Death and

Mon. Ch. 20
Tues. Ch. 23,
2 Epilogue
Wed.

Final
F
Exam (Ch.

14,15,17,18 20, 23, Epilog


ogue)

REF
FERENCE