Course description

Introduction to the design, analysis, and critique of different experimentation methods in psychology. Students will demonstrate the ability to assess published research and express arguments orally and in writing according to the professional standards, such as the APA Publication Manual. Students will demonstrate the ability to conduct hypothesis testing using the scientific process and appropriate statistical data analyses. Concurrent enrollment in PSY200L (1 unit) is required. Part of Psychology Major/Minor lower division core. [(Prereq: PSY 100 and STAT 100) and (Coreq: PSY 200L)]

Units: 3

Fall 2018 sections

Section: 1
Number: 42031
Units: 3
Seats: 10/30
  • Monday, Wednesday 2 – 3:20 pm
    Heron Hall - 160
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Section: 1
Number: 43249
Units: 1
Seats: 11/30
  • Monday, Wednesday 3:25 – 3:50 pm
    Heron Hall - 160
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Section: 2
Number: 43250
Units: 1
Seats: 28/30
  • Tuesday, Thursday 11:25 – 11:50 am
    Heron Hall - 156
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Section: 2
Number: 41824
Units: 3
Seats: 30/30
  • Tuesday, Thursday 10 – 11:20 am
    Heron Hall - 156
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Section: 3
Number: 43251
Units: 1
Seats: 23/30
  • Tuesday, Thursday 1:25 – 1:50 pm
    Heron Hall - 156
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Section: 3
Number: 42197
Units: 3
Seats: 22/30
  • Tuesday, Thursday 12 – 1:20 pm
    Heron Hall - 156
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Section: 4
Number: 43252
Units: 1
Seats: 16/30
  • Tuesday, Thursday 5:25 – 5:50 pm
    Heron Hall - 104
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Section: 4
Number: 42685
Units: 3
Seats: 16/30
  • Tuesday, Thursday 4 – 5:20 pm
    Heron Hall - 104
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