Course: Attachment & Relationships in Childhood (PY-134-1) 

Humans, like other mammals, form attachment bonds with important caregivers early in life. As social beings, humans also may generalize lessons learned from our interactions with caregivers to other relationships, such as friendships with peers. This course examines the considerable body of theory and research concerning attachment in childhood as well as the development of children's friendships and other important relationships. Attention also will be paid to the clinical manifestations of attachment disorders. P: PY111. Offered every other year. 1.5 credits

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M 4:00 PM 5:15 PM

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