The Developmental Psychology Subprogram
Teaching and research in the Developmental cluster focus on how humans develop across the lifespan and the interplay between individuals and their social worlds. Psychologists in our cluster investigate a number of topics, including: the development of emotion regulation and related anxious and aggressive behaviors during infancy; achievement socialization; development of aggressive behavior patterns in males and females during childhood; social cognition; gender; self processes and relationships during adolescence; and families and communities as contexts for human development. Faculty and students consider the role of biological, social, and cognitive factors in these developmental processes.
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