|For Immediate Release|
January 5, 2000
Sex differences in adolescent moral reasoning, intimacy, sexual behavior,mental abilities - whether good or bad - are some of the issues that willbe discussed during the Psychology of Adolescence course offeredat Indiana University Northwest duringthe Spring 2000 semester.
The course will cover topics of biological, social, and cognitive changesduring adolescence, as well as the roles of their families, peer groupsand schools. A look at whether peer groups are a serious source of adolescentdifficulty will also be a part of the class’ study.
Registration for IU Northwest’s Spring 2000 semester will continue fromJanuary 8 through January 14. For more information on the Psychologyof Adolescence course contact Dr.Mary Ann Fisher in the department of psychology at 219-980-6756. More information on IU Northwest isat www.iun.edu
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