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EPSY 255: Child Development in Urban Elementary Education
Examination of theories on child development that explain age-related differences in cognition, affect, and behavior, and how this relates to elementary age students' learning and educational needs. Focus on children living in urban environments. 
Professors: Herte, A; Humphries, M
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EPSY 360: Learning, Cognition and Student Assessment
Research and theory on learning and cognition applied to teaching and assessment of students of diverse cultural backgrounds. 
Professors: Lynn, L
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EPSY 413: Youth Development Colloquium
Focuses on current issues and trends in the field of youth development. 
Professors: Horn, S
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EPSY 414: Developing Programs for Youth in Urban Contexts
Survey, evaluation, and development of models and programs designed to facilitate growth, development and learning for diverse youth. Specific focus will be on the urban context. 
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EPSY 415: Fieldwork in Youth Development in Urban Contexts
Experience working with programs that foster the developmental needs of young people in urban contexts. Students will design, implement and evaluate programs that promote personal development and independent action among youth. 
Professors: Horn, S; Moroney, D
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EPSY 420: Social Development of Urban Children
General principles of social development and socialization during childhood and the factors common to urban children that illustrate and modify these principles. 
Professors: Humphries, M
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EPSY 429: Constructivist Approaches to Development: Piaget and Vygotsky
Piaget's and Vygotsky's theories of development of knowledge. Empirical and logico-mathematical forms of knowledge. Thought and action. Thought and language. 
Professors: Becker, J
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EPSY 446: Characteristics of Early Adolescence
Physiological, social, emotional and cognitive development of early adolescence. The relationship between these developmental characteristics and success in the middle grades. 
Professors: Hochberg, M; Thorkildsen, T
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EPSY 449: Early Childhood/Early Childhood Special Education: Perspectives, Policies and History
Perspectives, policies, history, and foundations of Early Childhood Education and Early Childhood Special Education. Emphasis on the effects of changing economic, political, legal, social, and views of human development. 
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EPSY 465: Cognitive Development and Disabilities
Theory and research on cognitive development in children with disabilities from infancy through adolescence, in the context of typical development. Models for cognitive assessment and intervention. 
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