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Adult development and aging

This course covers the basics of adult development and the psychology of aging, and how these can been seen in the intersection between biological, cognitive and social development in adults.

This course is a good choice if you want to widen and deepen the knowledge of developmental psychology that you learned on Psychology I (or equivalent). It is also suitable for guest and exchange students who need to set up their own education plan.

The course is optional within the Psychology II - course package, which is the second semester of studying psychology as a bachelor subject. It is also included as an optional course on the fifth semester of the Bachelor's Programme in Personnel, Work and Organization, 180 credits.

You will need Psychology I, 30 credits, with a minimum of 22,5 credits completed, or equivalent, to be eligible.

This course is primarily taught in English but you will find more information on the Swedish version of this page.