Psychology and Brain Sciences | Laboratory in Social Psychology
P421 | 12381 | Thompson, S.
Prerequisites: P211, K300 or K310, and P320
Description: The course will expose the student to the various
research methodologies and designs commonly employed in social
psychology. The format of this course is oriented toward a “learning
by doing” approach rather than a lecture-oriented format, since the
student has already had didactic courses in statistics and research
methods. The student will be expected to apply the skills and tools
acquired in those courses toward the design, execution, and reporting
of actual research projects. Although there will be very little
lecture on social psychological topics, the student will hopefully
gain insight and knowledge through his or her research experience.