PSY 293 Research Design and Analysis in Psychology I (4)

Provides an introduction to conceiving, designing, and conducting research in psychology, as well as analyzing, interpreting, and reporting results from such research. It prepares students to be both consumers and producers of scientific research, and also involves basic issues related to the work of psychological scientists such as theory development, research ethics, and scientific writing. Topical coverage includes primarily descriptive and correlational methods. CAS-QL.

Prerequisite: STA 261.

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