PSYC BC1015 Psychology Research Methods Laboratory. 3 points.
Prerequisites: Instructor permission is required. Note: This introductory lab course is intended for students who have not previously been enrolled in a psychology lab course. It is also highly recommended for First Year and Sophomore students, and those who have no experience in any science laboratory course. Students are expected to have completed BC1001 Introduction to Psychology, or its equivalent, in a previous semester, or be enrolled concurrently.
Corequisites: PSYC BC1001
A laboratory-based introduction to experimental methods used in psychological research. Upon successful completion of this course, students will know how to review the primary literature and formulate a hypothesis, design an experiment, analyze data using statistical methods, communicate the results of a scientific study through oral presentation and written manuscript, and carry out research studies under ethical guidelines. Students will be able to apply the acquired knowledge in all disciplines of Psychology and will be prepared to engage in advance research in fields including, but not limited to, Cognition, Learning, Perception, Behavioral Neuroscience, Development, Personality, and Social Psychology. Note that as of Fall 2016, this course replaces PSYC BC1010. This course is comprised of a three hour laboratory section and a 75 minute lab lecture component.
Spring 2019: PSYC BC1015
|Course Number||Section/Call Number||Times/Location||Instructor||Points||Enrollment|
|PSYC 1015||004/03341||T 10:10am - 11:25am
Ll002 Milstein Center
|PSYC 1015||004/03341||F 9:10am - 12:00pm
222 Milbank Hall
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