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Psychology 7: Introduction to Experimental Psychology Dr. R. Revlin [email protected] WaWade Schoonveld [email protected] Office: Psychology East 3805 Office: Psychology West 1528 Hours: TuTh 1:00-2:00 Hours: Wed 1:00-3:00 Web: https://gauchospace.ucsb.edu/ TEXT : Cozby, P.C. (2007). Methods in behavioral research, 10th edition. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. GRADES : Class grades are based on the scores from one midterm and a final exam as well as participation in the Psychology Subject pool (or the completion of an alternative assignment). Details of this research requirement are specified in the handouts provided in class. The midterm will contain 50 multiple-choice questions; the final exam is cumulative and contains 100 multiple-choice questions. The Psychology Department has determined that this class be graded
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Unformatted text preview: on a curve, based on the number of people originally enrolled in the class (not the people who survive). The distribution is approximately: A : 15%; B : 30%; C : 40%; D/F : 15% WEEK CHAPTERS LECTURES* 1 1 Overview of the course and psychological research 2 2,4 Psychological science and hypothesis testing 3 3,4 Measurement, Reliability, and Validity 4 5,6 Observational studies 5 MIDTERM EXAM, 10/20/09 5 7 Survey research 6 8,9 Experimental design 7 10 Complex experimental design 8 11 Quasi-Experimental design 9-10 12,13,14 Analysis of research results 11 Final exam review FINAL EXAM: 12/09/09 8:00-10:50 a.m. *ASNotes available...
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