PSY 486 - Independent Research in PSY

PSY 486 - Independent Research in PSY

1.00 Cr
In this High Impact Practice (HIP), students will be further introduced to the research process by engaging in faculty-lead research opportunities. Students may gain experiences with designing studies to test hypotheses; submitting IRB protocols; becoming trained to ethically conduct psychological research with human participants; collecting, entering, and analyzing data; presenting results at local, regional, or international conferences; writing manuscripts; and reviewing and critiquing projects. Each student's research experience will be unique. Students will become involved in projects based on project timing and their own involvement, commitment, and ability. Weekly meetings with the supervising faculty member are required.
Term: 
2020FA
Method: 
INDP
Faculty: 
Angel, Leslie
Honzel, Nikki
McManus, Jessica
Nolen, Julian