psy335 | undergraduate
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Basics of Research Development
- Explain the purpose and application of psychological research.
- Explain the typical research process and the criteria for a testable hypothesis.
- Develop effective research questions.
- Identify the ethical guidelines for researchers.
Literature Reviews, Non-Experimental Research Methods: Descriptive and Relational Research
- Discriminate among descriptive research methods.
- Critically evaluate literature reviews in psychological research.
- Demonstrate the ability to interpret correlational research results.
- Justify the use of relational research.
Experimental Research Methods
- Discriminate between descriptive and inferential research.
- Evaluate the advantages and limitations of experimental research.
- Describe the types of variables in experimental research.
- Differentiate between the types of validity and reliability.
- Evaluate various types of experimental designs.
- Discriminate between experimental and quasi experimental.
Interpreting and Reporting the Results of Research
- Evaluate fallacies in interpreting research results.
- Explain the role of converging operations to validate findings.
- Demonstrate appropriate use of APA guidelines when reporting research.
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