PSYC 337(F) Childhood Disorders and Therapy

This course is a study of clinical child psychology. Disorders typically found in childhood and adolescence, including anorexia, phobias, learning disabilities, infantile autism, and schizophrenia are examined; and several different treatment approaches, including non-directive play therapy, behavior modification, and contemporary psychoanalysis are discussed. Format: seminar. Requirements: an hour exam, a final exam, and a term paper. Prerequisites: Psychology 232 and 252. Enrollment limit: 19 (expected: 18). Preference given to Psychology majors.

Hour: CRAMER