PSYC 260 - Psychological Disorders of Childhood
This course is a survey of the major psychological disorders in infants, toddlers, children, and adolescents with a focus on diagnosis, assessment, etiology, and treatment. These disorders include anxiety disorders, mood disorders, conduct disorders, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, learning and communication disorders, eating disorders, habit disorders, attachment disorders, autism and other pervasive developmental disorders, childhood psychoses, and sensory-motor disabilities. Emphasis is placed on the developmental context of the disorders and on the use of multiple theoretical perspectives on the disorders.
Offer as needed
Flexible Core - Scientific World
Academic Progress Units
Repeat For Credit