2107300/NVA

Offered: Grade 11, 12
Credit: 0.5
Length: Semester
Prerequisite: None
Type of Credit: Elective

This course provides an understanding of human behavior, behavioral interaction, and the development of individuals. Content will include the theories and methods of study employed by psychologists, human growth and development, self-concept development, adjustment, memory, personality and behavior, emotion and frustration, abnormal behavior, conformity, autonomy, alienation, stress, mental health, and therapy. Must take with Psychology II.