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Psychology

PSYC 3347.1(.2) Longevity and Aging (Group B)

COURSE DESCRIPTION

An overview of the neuropsychological, physiological, clinical and personological aspects of the later phases of life. Normal and abnormal patterns of aging are examined. Topics include research from neuropsychology, neuroanatomy, personality, clinical psychology, gerontology and geriatrics.

Prerequisite: three (3) credit hours in psychology at the 1000 level. 
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Adult Development and Aging
Cavanaugh, J.C., Blanchard-Fields, F., & Norris, J.E. (2008)
1st Canadian Edition
Toronto, ON: Nelson

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Delivery Mode: Class study online with weekly deadlines
Credits: 3 credit hours
Faculty: Science
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