Experimental Psychology

Experimental Psychology

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A study of the application of scientific methods to psychological research. Special emphasis is placed on the critical evaluation of contemporary research in experimental psychology. Particular attention is focused on the design, execution, and written report of laboratory research. Lecture, three hours; laboratory, two hours. Prereq: PSY 100 or equivalent and PSY major or PSY minor, or consent of instructor.


Spring 2018
Section Credits Room Instructor Syllabus
PSY 215-001 4.0 Rm.321, RM.OB7 Logan J. Fields, TBD
PSY 215-002 4.0 Rm.321, Rm.B9 Logan J. Fields, Alexandra Renee D'Agostino
PSY 215-003 4.0 Rm.321, Rm.0128 Logan J. Fields, Samuel T. Bruun
PSY 215-004 4.0 Rm.321, Rm.222 Logan J. Fields, Zaynab Al-Abdali
PSY 215-005 4.0 Rm.101, Rm.155 Olivia K Lochner, Elizabeth Ann Sheehan
PSY 215-006 4.0 Rm.101, Rm.155 Olivia K Lochner, Elizabeth Ann Sheehan
PSY 215-007 4.0 Rm.346, Rm.155 Samuel T. Bruun, Elizabeth Ann Sheehan
PSY 215-008 4.0 Rm.263, Rm.155 Zaynab Al-Abdali, Elizabeth Ann Sheehan
PSY 215-009 4.0 Rm.155, Rm.0308B Elizabeth Ann Sheehan, Elana Malka Gloger
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