psych665 | Graduate
Integrative Capstone: Psychology Past And Present
This graduate-level course is 6 This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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The Foundations of Psychology and Psychological Research
- Identify the historical influence of key figures on the development of experimental psychology.
- Categorize activities that are research or not research.
Presenting Your Research
- Present research proposals effectively to an academic audience.
- Evaluate research proposals.
Writing a Research Proposal
- Describe various ways of disseminating research.
- Apply ethical standards to your research design.
- Develop the components of a research proposal.
Classic Studies and Selecting Methods
- Create a methodology to examine your research question.
- Evaluate appropriate research methods for the selected research question.
- Identify the methods used in pivotal studies in psychology.
Research Questions and Hypotheses: Getting Started with Research
- Contrast qualitative and quantitative methods.
- Develop a research hypothesis to test a research question.
- Develop a research question from research ideas.
Literature Search and Assessment
- Complete a literature search for your identified research question.
- Explain the use of testing and assessment in psychology.
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