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4 sem. hrs. Prereq.: PSYC 203, PSYC 235, and consent of the instructor. Offers in-depth study of normative development and individual differences in children's social and emotional lives within the context of current theory and research. Topics include emotion regulation; temperament; attachment theory; the role of parents, peers, and siblings in the socialization process; and cultural and gender influences on development.