PSYC 365 Family Psychology and Psychopathology

This course is designed to familiarize students with current conceptual issues relating to family psychology and psychopathology. The course will focus on research and issues in selected topics in the development of the family. It is intended to give the student a sense of the breadth and depth of some of the major issues in the field of family psychology/psychopathology. The topics include the family life-cycle, family identity, family transitions, intergenerational issues, risk/resiliency factors, and the structural model of families.

pre-rec: PSYC 100, H101 or 102 and prefer PSYC 340.