PSY/SOC 206 Introduction to Critical Thinking and Research Design
The design and implementation of quality psychological research is based on core scientific thinking. The student in this course will be instructed on how to read, write and think like a psychological scientist. The student will further be introduced to basic concepts of experimental and correlational design in psychological science. Emphasis on reading and analyzing essays on psychological concepts as well as original, peer-reviewed journal articles. The course will culminate with the completion of an APA-style research proposal as a term-project
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