Research Methods & Stat Courses

See all research methods & statistics courses offered in the past, present and the future semesters.

 

Research Methods:

Spr 2017: 4 pts. P. Lindemann. M 4:10-6 PM. Room 614 Schermerhorn Hall.

Prerequisite

PSYC UN1001 or UN1010, and a statistics course (PSYC UN1610 or the equivalent), or the instructor's permission.

Corequisite

PSYC UN1421. Attendance at the first class is essential. 

Description

An introduction to the techniques of research employed in the study of human behavior. Students gain experience in the conduct of research, including design of simple experiments, observation and measurement techniques, and the analysis of behavioral data. 

Note

Fee: $70. 

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S1420D. Experimental Psychology: Human Behavior

  • Offered Summer Term 2017

Spr 2017: 0 pts. Room 200B or 200C Schermerhorn Hall.

Description: 
Required lab section for UN1420y. 
 

Note: 
Limited enrollment in each section. Priority is given to majors. 
Register for one of the following: 

  1. Sec. 1 M 6:10-8 PM 200B
  2. Sec. 2 M 6:10-8 PM 200C 
  3. Sec. 3 M 8:10-10 PM 200B 
  4. Sec. 4 T 6:10-8 PM 200B [if needed]
  5. Sec. 5 W 6:10-8 PM 200B [if needed]

Fall 2016: 4 pts. K. Ochsner. M 4:10-6 PM. Room 614 Schermerhorn Hall.

Fall 2017: 4 pts. K. Ochsner. M 4:10-6 PM. Room 614 Schermerhorn Hall.

Prerequisite: 
PSYC UN1001 or UN1010, and a statistics course (PSYC UN1610 or the equivalent), or the instructor's permission.
 

Corequisite: 
PSYC UN1451. Attendance at the first class is essential. 
 

Description: 
An introduction to research methods employed in the study of human social cognition and emotion. Students gain experience in the design and conduct of research, including ethical issues, observation and measurement techniques, interpretation of data, and preparation of written and oral reports. 
 

Note: 
Priority is given to majors. Fee: $70. 

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Description: 
Required Lab for UN1450y. 
 

Note: 
Limited enrollment in each section.
Register for one of the following: 

Fall 2016: 0 pts. Room 200B or 200C Schermerhorn Hall.

  1. Sec. 1 M 6:10-8 PM 200B
  2. Sec. 2 M 6:10-8 PM 200C
  3. Sec. 3 M 8:10-10 PM 200B
  4. Sec. 4 T 6:10-8 PM 200C
  5. Sec. 5 W 12:10-2 PM 200B
     

Fall 2016: 0 pts. Room 200B or 200C Schermerhorn Hall.

  1. Sec. 1 M 6:10-8 PM 200B
  2. Sec. 2 M 6:10-8 PM 200C
  3. Sec. 3 T 6:10-8 PM 200C
  4. Sec. 4 M 8:10-10 PM 200B

Spr 2017: 4 pts. N. Bolger. M 10:10 AM-12 PM. Room 200B Schermerhorn Hall.

Prerequisite: 
PSYC UN1001 or UN1010, and a statistics course (PSYC UN1610 or the equivalent), or the instructor's permission.

Corequisite: 
PSYC UN1456. 

Description: 
Methodology and procedures of personality and social psychological research and exercises in data analysis and research design. Ethical issues in psychological research. Statistical concepts such as parameter estimation and testing, measurement reliability and validity, merits and limitations of correlational and experimental research designs, and empirical evaluation of theories.

Note: 
Fee: $70. 

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Spr 2017: 0 pts. 200B or 200C Schermerhorn.

Description: 
Required Lab for UN1455y.

Note: 
Limited enrollment in each section.
Register for one of the following: 

  1. Sec. 1 W 10:10 AM -12 PM 200C
  2. Sec. 2 W 2:10 - 4 PM 200B

Not offered Summer term 2016 

2016-17: Not offered.
Fall 2017:  4 pts. K. Fox-Glassman M 2:10 - 4 PM Room 200B Schermerhorn Hall

Prerequisite: 
PSYC UN1001 or UN1010, and a statistics course (PSYC UN1610 or the equivalent), or the instructor's permission.

Corequisite: 
PSYC UN1491. 

Description: 
Complement to, rather than substitute for, PSYC UN2235. Introduces research methods employed in the study of the cognitive and social determinants of thinking and decision making. Students gain experience in the conduct of research, including design of simple experiments, individual and group preference elicitation techniques, and the analysis of behavioral data. 
 

Note: 
Fee: $70. Attendance at the first class is essential.

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Fall 2017: 0 pts. Room 200B or 200C Schermerhorn Hall.

Description: 
Required lab section for UN1490x. 
 

Note: 
Limited enrollment in each section. Priority is given to majors. 
Register for one of the following: 

  1. Sec. 1 M 4:10 - 6 PM 200B
  2. Sec. 2 M 4:10- 6 PM 200C 

 

Statistics:

Fall 2016: 4 pts. G. Jensen. TR 4:10-5:25 PM. Room 200B Schermerhorn Hall.

Spr 2017: 4 pts. G. Jensen. TR 4:10-5:25 PM. Room 200B Schermerhorn Hall.

Prerequisite or Corequisite: 
PSYC UN1001 or UN1010. 

Corequisite: 
PSYC UN1611. 
Recommended Preparation: One course in behavioral science and knowledge of high school algebra. 

Description: 
An introduction to statistics that concentrates on problems from the behavioral sciences.

Note: 
Priority is given to majors. Fee: $70. 

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S1610Q. Introductory Statistics for Behavioral Scientists

Offered Summer Term 2017

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Fall 2016 - Spr 2017: 0 pts. Room 200B Schermerhorn Hall. 
 

Description: 
Required lab section for PSYC UN1610. Register for one of the following: 

  1. Sec. 1 R 6:10-8 PM
  2. Sec. 2 R 6:10-8 PM (200C Sch)
  3. Sec. 3 F 10:10-12 PM 
  4. Sec. 4 F 12:10-2 PM [if needed]

Fall 2016: 3 pts. G. Jensen. TR 1:10-2:25 PM. Room 200B Schermerhorn Hall.

Prerequisite: 
Instructor's permission and UN1610 (or the equivalent). Students should be comfortable with algebra and the basic concepts in classical statistical methods (see syllabus).

Description: 
This course outlines elements of statistical inference. Students will receive training in the use of software to evaluate both experimental data and psychological theory. In doing so, students will construct models that can both describe scientific results and also predict future outcomes.

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