Lab in Developmental Psychology

PREREQUISITE: PSYCH-UA 10 AND PSYCH-34 OR PSYCH-UA 9034.

In depth investigation of the methodological foundations of developmental psychology, in particular, behavioral methods with infants and children. Students will learn how to design experiments, create experimental stimuli, collect quantifiable measures from infant and child behavior, and analyze developmental data. Each week students will read ~3 primary research articles from a variety of domains in developmental psychology, but all focused on one methodological theme. Students will produce a thoroughly researched and creative proposed experiment and analysis plan for the course’s final project.

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Spring 2020

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Moira Rose Dillon
R: 3:30 PM - 6:00 PM 45W4 B04