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PSYC2107 Experimental Psychology

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CRS Acad Level: UG

Course #: PSYC2107

Credits: 3

Term: Fall

About the Course:

This course will introduce students to basic and applied research and experimental research methods in psychology. Students will read theory and research relevant to the various areas of study in psychology, such as self-esteem, romantic relationships and attraction, learning, stereotyping and prejudice, conformity and obedience, attitudes and persuasion, and judgment biases. Students will learn to read and critically evaluate psychological research while also learning to formulate their own research questions and create methodology to test these questions. The course will emphasize the importance of applied research and will introduce students to fields in which psychological research is used to solve real world problems in a community or organization. Prerequisite: PSYC 1001.
Meets the requirement for Psychology and Social Science elective.

Course offered: Fall.

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