Research Methods & Experience

PREREQUISITES: PSYCH-GA 2016 OR PSYCH-GA 2211 OR PSYCH-GA 2229 OR PSYCH-GA 2239.

This course provides instruction in a variety of methods and design issues when conducting research in psychology. Topics include the scientific method, experimental and correlational designs, internal and external validity, reliability and validity of measurement, writing in the style and format of APA guidelines, and research ethics. Students will write a paper using the principles of research methods taught in the class. The paper may be related to ongoing work being done with a research sponsor, or be related to a topic of interest to the student.

Term

Section

Instructor

Schedule

Location

Spring 2022

1
Diane Lane
W: 4:55 PM - 6:45 PM; W: 6:55 PM - 8:45 PM MEYR 261
1
David A Bosch
R: 6:55 PM - 8:45 PM MEYR 159
1
Jasmina Sose Selimotic
M: 4:55 PM - 6:45 PM; M: 6:55 PM - 8:45 PM GCASL 384
1
Ashley Berkebile-Weinberg
M: 6:55 PM - 8:45 PM GCASL 384
1
Danielle Rosenkilde
R: 6:55 PM - 8:45 PM MEYR 159
1
Eduardo Rivera
M: 4:55 PM - 6:45 PM GCASL 384
1
Jiaqi Liu
W: 6:55 PM - 8:45 PM MEYR 261
1
Kareena del Rosario
M: 6:55 PM - 8:45 PM GCASL 384
1
Rhonda Kolaric
W: 4:55 PM - 6:45 PM MEYR 261

Fall 2022

1
Elizabeth Przybylinski
W: 6:55 PM - 8:45 PM SILV 413
1
Stephanie Keer
W: 4:55 PM - 6:45 PM 194M 303
1
Michael Martin Berkebile-Weinberg
W: 4:55 PM - 6:45 PM 194M 303
1
Rhonda Kolaric
W: 6:55 PM - 8:45 PM SILV 413