This course will introduce students to concepts in adult development and aging with specific emphases on biological, psychological, and social features. Scholarly readings will illustrate course topics such as: a) quality of life, b) technology, c) retirement, d) psychopathology, and e) end-of-life planning. An experiential component will allow students to learn from first-hand interactions with older adults. Prerequisite: PSY 210 - Introduction to Psychological Science. Grade or P/NC. Offered annually.