PSYC 22
Introduction to Research in Psychology Winter 2023

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This course provides a research opportunity for students who want to understand how psychologists ask compelling questions and find answers about behavior. Several faculty members, whose subfields include behavioral neuroscience, cognitive psychology, social psychology, clinical psychology, developmental psychology, and the psychology of education, will have student projects available. Since projects involve faculty research, interested students must consult with members of the Psychology Department before electing this course. In addition, students should discuss with faculty what the weekly time requirements will be. Enrollment will be limited by available space in faculty research labs
The Class: Format: research
Limit: 12
Expected: NA
Class#: 1259
Grading: pass/fail only
Requirements/Evaluation: evaluation will be based on the quality of research participation, student's lab journal, and either an oral presentation or a written 10-page report of the research project
Prerequisites: Students who have taken a PSYC course.
Enrollment Preferences: selection will be based on evaluation of departmental application and number of faculty available as mentors
Attributes: STUX Winter Study Student Exploration

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