Experimental Psychology

Experimental Psychology

Prefix: 
PSY
Course Number: 
215

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.

Sections

Fall 2019
Section Credits Room Instructor Syllabus
PSY 215-001 4.0 Rm.242, Rm.217 Kelsey Ann Redmayne, Liz Sheehan
PSY 215-002 4.0 Rm.204, Rm.113 Steven A. Arthur, Kamryn Elizabeth Michel
PSY 215-003 4.0 Rm.204, Rm.005 Steven A. Arthur, Kullen Balthrop
PSY 215-004 4.0 Rm.204, Rm.203 Steven A. Arthur, Kullen Balthrop
PSY 215-005 4.0 Rm.205, Rm.220 Steven Joshua Hansman, Steven A. Arthur
PSY 215-006 4.0 Rm.203, Rm.220 Steven Joshua Hansman, Steven A. Arthur
PSY 215-008 4.0 Rm.114, Rm.271 Kristina F. Pattison, Ashley Gar-Yu Eng
PSY 215-009 4.0 Rm.114, Rm.B0057 Kristina F. Pattison, Michelle Smith
PSY 215-010 4.0 Rm.114, Rm.241 Kristina F. Pattison, Ashley Gar-Yu Eng
PSY 215-011 4.0 Rm.114, Rm.241 Kristina F. Pattison, Michelle Smith
PSY 215-012 4.0 Rm.114, Rm.313 Kristina F. Pattison, Casey Vázquez
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