380.863.01 RESEARCH SEMINAR IN CHILD HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT
Provides experience in analytic evaluation of contemporary research regarding infant, child, and adolescent health, growth, and development across a range of academic disciplines and issues. Students and faculty critique and discuss empirical articles and examine their historical, methodological, and disciplinary perspectives. Highlights current controversies. Required for 2nd-year and above doctoral students in Child Health and Development track.