PY202 – Research Design
Introduction to basic statistics and to research methods in the context of psychological research. Principles of experimental designs and analysis will be taught, especially the use and interpretation of inferential tests. Also included will be psychological topics that rely on correlation and linear regression, and principles of psychological testing. Students design, conduct, and write up their own experiment. Meets the Critical Perspectives: Quantitative Reasoning requirement.
Prerequisite: Psychology 100 or 101 or 105 or 111.
|Term||Block||Title||Instructor||Location||Student Limit/ Available||Updated|
|Summer 2019||Block A||Research Design||Emily Chan, Andrew Abeyta||Tutt Science Building 312||15/-2||08/26/2019|
|Fall 2019||Block 1||Research Design||Kristi Erdal||Tutt Science Building 312||15/0||05/31/2020|
|Fall 2019||Block 3||Research Design||Emily Chan||TBA||1/-1||05/31/2020|
|Fall 2019||Block 3||Research Design||Emily Chan||Tutt Science Building 312||15/-1||05/31/2020|
|Spring 2020||Block 5||Research Design||Kevin Holmes||Tutt Science Building 312||15/0||05/31/2020|
|Summer 2020||Block A||Research Design||Emma Schiestl||TBA||15/-1||05/31/2020|
|Fall 2020||Block 1||Research Design||Jason Weaver||TBA||15/0||05/31/2020|
|Fall 2020||Block 3||Research Design||Emily Chan||TBA||15/0||05/31/2020|
|Spring 2021||Block 5||Research Design||Lori Driscoll||TBA||15/15||05/31/2020|