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Course Overview

This course covers an introduction research methods. Topics include developing research question, ethical issues in research, reliability and validity, describing variables, using tables and graphs, experimental and non-experimental designs, and APA style. The students will read research reports, design and conduct a research project, use statistical procedures and SPSS (or a similar program) introduced in PSY 331 for analysis and interpretation of their data and will write up the results using APA style.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Undergraduate
Prerequisite: A minimum grade of C in PSY331

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Admissions Requirements

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