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Fall 2018 Courses

HDF 395.1 Child and Adolescent Development

Prof. Deborah Jacobvitz, T 1:30-4:30 pm. Research and theory focused on the interplay between individual development, family relationships, and institutions and relationships outside the family. 

HDF 380K.3 Analyzing Developing and Change

Prof. Edward Anderson, W 2-5:00 pm. "Analyzing Development and Change” explores a variety of ways to model development and change in individuals or groups over time. 

HDF 380K.1 Research Methods in Human Development and Family Sciences

 

Prof.  Su Yeong Kim, W 1-4 pm. This course is a basic methods course designed to acquaint students with the range of methods used in HDFS and to assist them in developing a research proposal. 

Spring 2019 Courses

HDF 394 Graduate Seminar

HDFS Professor. Seminars in various topics in the area of human development and family sciences. Three lecture hours a week for one semester. Graduate standing in human development and family sciences, or graduate standing and consent of instructor.

HDF 394 Grant Writing for Social Science

Prof. Liz Gershoff, Th 1-4 pm. Seminars in various topics in the area of human development and family sciences. Three lecture hours a week for one semester. Graduate standing in human development and family sciences, or graduate standing and consent of instructor.

HDF 380K.2 Foundational Statistics and Nested Models in Human Development and Family Sciences.

Prof. Ed Anderson, W 1-4 pm. This course focuses on data organization and statistics used in the social behavioral sciences. It begins with a review of basic data management, inferential statistics, graphing, advanced regression, and ANOVA, then concludes with an introduction into the analysis of nested data.