PsychologyPSYC 119C The Social Context of Children's Cognitive Development

Focuses on the contribution of cultural and social relationships (e.g., parent-child, peers, siblings) to cognitive development. Special emphasis on the mechanisms through which relationships influence cognition and the features of social interactions that promote and inhibit development. Satisfies the senior seminar requirement. Satisfies the senior comprehensive requirement (Formerly course 100C.)


Prerequisite(s): satisfaction of the Entry Level Writing and Composition requirements, PSYC 117 preferred. Enrollment is restricted to senior psychology majors or permission of instructor.




Margarita Azmitia