PSYC 2000 - Research Methods in Psychology
This course introduces the student to the methods of investigating psychological questions and interpreting statistics commonly found in psychology. The student will become familiar with a variety of research strategies including observation, experimentation, survey and correlation.
Instructional Method Lecture
ENGL 1010 English I and PSYC 1000 General Psychology
Minimum Student Competencies
Upon completion of PSYC 2000 Research Methods in Psychology, the student will:
- investigate psychological questions.
- interpret statistics in psychology.
- produce writing including discipline-based as well as interdisciplinary.
- demonstrate familiarity with the various research designs, including experimentation, observation, survey, and correlations.
- analyze information using scientific research.
- employ a variety of research strategies.
- modify writing using multiple strategies.
- conduct original psychological research.
- demonstrate the ability to write in the American Psychological Association format.
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