PSYC 210 - Experimental Research Methods in Psychology

3-0-3
Credit Hours: 3

This course will introduce students to the scientific method as it applies to answering questions about human behavior through the use of experimentation. Topics include the ethical and practical limitations of experimental design, issues of validity and reliability, sample selection and assignment, and variations of experimental design. Students will read and interpret literature in psychology and learn APA style of report writing. Students will analyze data with a commonly used statistical analysis program. 

Additional Course Fee: $85

  • Fulfills Writing Intensive
  • Fulfills Interpretive Studies

Prerequisite

ENGL 101PSYC 101PSYC 110PSYC 167