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SW411B: Human Behavior in the Social Environment (required) The second semester of HBSE focuses on development throughout the life cycle. Developmental theories such as object relations, cognitive development, and self-psychology are presented as an integrated approach to an individual's development. The importance of attachment throughout the life cycle is presented. Students are introduced to the growing body of literature on neurobiological development. Personal strengths, societal inequities and the rich diversity of human experience is emphasized. Prerequisite SW411A. Two consecutive semesters of SW411 are required: SW411A and SW411B. Students must register for the same section each semester.
- Course number: SW-411B
- Credits: 3.00
- Academic Level: Graduate
- Currently Offered: Yes
- Course Type: Lecture
Pre-requisite for this course
- SW-425 Family Approaches
- SW-462 Adv Group Work W/ Vuln. Pops.
- SW-471 Spirituality and Social Work
- SW-482 Domestic Violence Family Welfa
- SW-494 Multiple Faces of Trauma
- SW-507 Interdiscip App Health Mgmt
- SW-584 Cl Pract Indiv: Psychodynamic
- SW-587 Asmt & Treat Co-Occurring Diso
- SW-595 Child & Adoles. Asses. & Diag.