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    Neumann University
  Feb 25, 2018
2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalog Archived Catalog

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PSYCH 301 Research Methods I

3 Credits

This course is to introduce students to the basic principles of scientifice psychology and prepare them to conduct psychological research.  Students are expected to develop critical thinking skills, learn to evalute various research designs and methodology, understand basic data analysis and statistical issues, and learn how to write a research proposal for psychological investigations.

Prerequisite(s):  Junior standing (or permission of the instructor) and PSYCH 201  and PSYCH 202   (with a minimum grade of C).  Must be a psychology major or have written approval of instructor to register for this course.     

If you are attempting to register for PSYCH 202  concurrently with this course, you will need permission from the instructor.

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