PSYC 388

Advanced Research Methods

Advanced study of research methods in psychology, including a review of the scientific approach, research design and measurement, and research ethics. The research focus will depend on the expertise of the instructor and will be highlighted on the class schedule each semester. Regular topics include: Sibling Relationships, Social Psychology of Aging, Sensation & Perception, Social Influence, Foster Children, Dreams & Mediation, Community Health, Acculturation, Applied Social Psychology, Changing Misconceptions, and Measurement: Peace & Conflict.

Prerequisite: PSYC 101 with a minimum grade of C and PSYC 260 with a minimum grade of C and RHET 203 with a minimum grade of C and PSYC 265 with a minimum grade of C and PSYC 270 with a minimum grade of C

Restriction: Class restricted to Junior and Senior