(3 credits – TG) 3 hours lecture, 1 hour tutorial
This course is an introduction to basic research methods in psychology. Students will examine both the theory and application of a variety of research techniques including observation, surveys/questionnaires, and experiments. The course provides students with practice in defining and understanding key aspects of these techniques and applying these techniques to address a variety of psychological research questions.
Prerequisite: Psychology 2212 or both Psychology 2210 and 2211
Note: Students who were admitted into the BA Psychology program prior to Fall 2011 and who have successfully completed Psychology 2212 are not required to complete Psychology 2211 either as a prerequisite for Psychology 2213 or as a BA Psychology degree requirement but are still required to complete the minimum number of Psychology courses