This course explores human development from conception to old age, including physical, cognitive, and psychological aspects. Topics include attachment across the lifespan; various theories used to study human development; gender; the aging process; and societal factors affecting human development. The reciprocal relationship between human development and their environments is emphasized. (Cross-listed with Family Science 2410). Three lecture hours NOTE: Credit will not be allowed for Family Science/Kinesiology 2410 if a student has already received credit for Psychology 2010. 05-09-2018-28-11-2018 Lecture Monday, Wednesday 01:30PM - 02:45PM, SDU Main Bldg, Room 117