Gender and Sexual Development

Gender and Sexual Development
In this course, we will discuss gender and sexual development with an emphasis on cognitive, cultural, and social processes. Students in this course will learn about various theoretical approaches to gender and sexual development. Further, students in this course will consider how to apply course content to real-world settings (e.g., designing laws and policies). Some of the key topics covered in the course will include: measuring gender and sexual orientation, gender stereotypes, the role of gender in schooling, risk and resilience of LGBTQ+ youth, early expressions of sexuality, sexualization of children and youth, technology use in the context of sexual development, adolescent romantic relationships, and sexual violence and prevention. (PSYC 0105, PSYC majors only, others by waiver) 3 hrs. lect.
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PSYC 0345

All Sections in Fall 2023

Fall 2023

PSYC0345A-F23 Lecture (MacMullin)