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This course presents students with conceptual approaches and practical techniques for applying the scientific method to behavioral research. Students learn about observational, correlational and experimental research designs and have the opportunity to apply these designs in the laboratory while investigating relevant psychological phenomena. Appropriate statistical procedures and computer software are used to analyze the data from these labs; therefore, students must take a course in statistics prior to 205. This course also covers research ethics and emphasizes effective communication through scientific writing and oral communication. Counts toward the minor in statistics and the neuroscience major (behavioral track. Prerequisites: PSYC 101WL or 101NL, an additional Psychology course at any level and STAT 113; or permission of the instructor.

Instructor
Loraina Ghiraldi
Semester:
Fall 2020
Course Code:
PSYC 205
Subject:
Psychology

Databases

Psychology and related subjects.
Science & Social Science Journals.
Multidisciplinary database covering the journal literature of the sciences, social sciences and arts.