This module investigates the role of social and environmental factors on psychopathology and psychological wellbeing across the life span. Prenatal influences, the immediate social context (i.e., parenting, family structure), the socio-economic context, the wider social context (i.e., neighbourhood quality, green spaces), adverse life events such as exposure to war and displacement, as well as cultural factors, will be covered. This module will also have an applied perspective: reviewing social and environmental interventions that have been developed to address adverse mental health outcomes and promote positive development.

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