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PSYCH 230: Research Methods in Psychology

This course prepares the student with tools for understanding how research studies in psychology are conceptualized, designed, carried out, interpreted, and disseminated to the public. Use of library and Internet resources, ethical guidelines in the conduct of research and the skills of good scientific writing are emphasized. Students work independently and in small groups to design and conduct their own research projects. The course includes lecture and laboratory work. Offered each semester. Counts toward environmental studies major (social science emphasis), exercise science major, and statistics concentration.
Prerequisites: PSYCH 125, and STAT 110 or STAT 212 or STAT 214 or ECON 263.

Psychology

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...in the Major PSYCH 125 Principles of Psychology 1.00 PSYCH 230 Research Methods in...

Neuroscience

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...order): PSYCH 238 Biopsychology 1.00 PSYCH 238...Physiology of Exercise MATH 230 Differential Equations I...

Environmental Studies

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...Australia PSYCH 227 Environmental Psychology at Rocky Mountain National Park (off-campus) PSYCH 230 Research...

Management Studies

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...Politics PSYCH 236 Conditioning and Learning PSYCH 249...Elementary Linear Algebra MATH 230 Differential Equations I...

Statistics

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...Probability Theory (strongly recommended for mathematics majors) PSYCH 230 Research Methods in Psychology SOAN 371...