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FIF 190 Psychology of Aging




Course Description

Within a classroom situation that fosters discussion and exchange of ideas, learn about the psychological, biological, and sociological perspectives of the aging process. In addition to increasing your knowledge in this area, develop critical thinking skills that are helpful in dealing with issues surrounding the aging process. Examine theory and research related to psychological processes during adulthood. Topics may include: life-span developmental theories and methods; biological processes; sensory, perceptual and cognitive processes; personality and social processes; and life transitions, mental health issues and dying.

Notes

There is a 20% reduced fee for students 65 years of age or older at the time of registration. You must register by phone (403-220-2952) or in person to receive this discount.



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