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Psychology 7 Introduction to Experimental Psychology Buchanan 1910 Instructor: Prof. David Sherman Office Hours: Wednesday, 9:30-11:30 am Office: Psychology East, Room 3809 Phone: 893-2142 E-mail: david.sherman@psych.ucsb.edu TA:Danielle Truxaw Office Hours: Thursday, 12-2 pm Office: Psych 2235 Phone: (e-mail is best) E-mail: truxaw@psych.ucsb.edu ANNOUNCEMENTS Final Grades Posted Text: Available at Campus Bookstore and via on-line book distributors. Gravetter, F. J., & Forzano, L. B. (2006). Research methods for the behavioral sciences (2nd Edition). Belmont, CA: Thomson Wadsworth. Copy on reserve at Davidson Library.
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There is a text companion web page: Gravetter 2nd Edition Web Page Course Overview: The purpose of this class is to introduce you to the methodology and practice of experimental psychology. A great deal of knowledge about human psychology has been accumulated by observational, survey, experimental and quasi- experimental research. The process of this research includes coming up with a testable hypothesis, operationalizing the hypothesis into independent and dependent variables, adopting an appropriate methodology for the study (e.g., survey, experiment, observation), and analyzing and interpreting data. This course will examine each step of
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