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CAMSUA 101 - Child & Adolescent Psychopathology

While psychopathology courses are commonplace among undergraduate psychology curricula, courses focusing on child and adolescent psychopathology are relatively rare. More novel still is the opportunity to receive instruction in child and adolescent psychopathology from practicing psychiatrists and psychologists at an internationally renowned clinical and research center. Through lecture presentations and discussions, this course focuses on disease etiology, epidemiology, phenomenology, nosology, and diagnosis. It engages students in a critical review of common child and adolescent psychopathology and challenges social and cultural assumptions of what constitutes ?normal? vs. ?pathological? behavior, cognition, and emotion. Students also complete one practicum by participating with a clinician (psychologist or psychiatrist) during the evaluation of a child or adolescent patient at the NYU Child Study Center. Class Notes: Prerequisite: PSYCH-UA 1 Intro to Psych, APSY-UE 2 or minimum score of 4 on AP Psych Exam. Permission to bypass the prerequisite may be granted under special conditions. Please contact for further information. Open to visiting students. Enrollment Requirements: Prerequisite for CAMS-UA 101.
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