Spring 2019 not offered
The course examines research methods and techniques used in social psychology, including observation, correlation, and experimentation. Students will learn about study design, research ethics, and how to collect and analyze data, as well as effective ways to report results. All students are expected to undertake a research project.
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Cozby;, P. and Bates, S. (2012). METHODS IN BEHAVIORAL RESEARCH. McGraw Hill, 11th edition. ISBN: 978-0-07-803515-9
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This course fulfills the research methods requirement for the psychology major.
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