PSYC 221 Research Methods in Psychology I
A survey of the basic elements of psychological research, including research design, measurement, data analysis and interpretation, and ethics. The course will cover the logic of scientific inquiry, correlational and experimental research, basic measurement concepts, the application of descriptive and inferential statistics, hypothesis testing, correlation, and simple between-groups experimental research designs. Students will learn to read and interpret psychological research literature, and prepare to do original research. Offered Fall and Spring. (LA)
Prerequisites: PSYC major; PSYC 100 "C" or better.
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