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PY 313 Experimental Psychology I 3 Cr.

A course on the principles and skills required to plan, execute, and interpret psychological research. Topics include the nature of science, the value of empirical evidence, psychology viewed as a science, the logic of experiments, and the ethics of using human subjects. Students are taught to develop a testable idea, to write and read research reports, and to design, conduct, and analyze univariate and correlational studies. Prerequisite: PY 211 or permission of the instructor.


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Charles A Dana Professor Emeritus Carole Bandy; Professor Kevin Fleming (Chair); Associate Professor Matthew Thomas; Assistant Professors Mark Stefani, Helene Sisti; Lecturers John Dulmage, Heather Porter

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...400 Elective OR 3-4 PY 313 Experimental Psychology I PY 314 Experimental Psychology II...