PSY 327 Psychology of Adulthood and Aging

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This course deals with the nature and experience of adult development from the end of adolescence until the end of life. As a psychology course, emphasis will be placed on psychological issues related to personal/ individual issues and differences in aging, as well as on information that has been collected using the scientific method. Topics covered include: kinds of problems that confront people during adulthood; successful and unsuccessful outcomes for adult life; the types of psychological problems that can occur during the aging process; and the role does death play in our lives as we age.