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Mar 26, 2016 by Carol Sigelman (carol)
PSYC 4106W : Research Lab in Sensation and Perception
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PSYC 3180 : Seminar in Cognitive Science
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Long Course Title
Research Lab in Sensation and Perception
Short Course Title
Sensation and Perception Lab
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PSYC 1001, PSYC 2101, and PSYC 2014 or PSYC 2015
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PSYC 3106 - Principles and Methods of Psychology
PSYC 3106W - Principles and Methods of Psychology
PSYC 4106 - Research Lab in Sensation and Perception
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Capstone course focused on the study of sensation and perception. Students examine previous research, design and carry out research projects, and write psychological research reports.
By the end of this course, you will be able to: 1. Read selective research on the topic of sensation and perception intelligently and critically. 2. Describe concepts, research methods, findings, and issues in the study of sensation and perception 3. Conduct research on sensation and perception, carrying out steps in the research process such as identifying a research problem and formulating hypotheses, developing a research design and methods for a study, collecting data, analyzing data, and writing a research report. 4. Master and use the conventions of writing psychological research reports outlined in the APA style manual.
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Explanation of how the course differs from similar GW courses
Although we have changed the title and the course description to be in line with other new lab courses we are creating, this course, 4106W, is the equivalent of already approved WID course 3106W. Note that 4106 was inserted in the bulletin last year but I am deactivating it because this course will always be offered as a WID course--CKS
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