GUIDELINES FOR PSYCHOLOGY STUDENT RESEARCH PARTICIPATION

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GUIDELINES FOR PSYCHOLOGY STUDENT RESEARCH PARTICIPATION STUDENTS' RESPONSIBILITIES Familiarity with research guidelines All students participating in research for course credit are to be familiar with the research participation requirements and guidelines contained in this document and as described by their course instructor. Utilize the research participation website Student research participation is coordinated through the GMU Psychology Research Participation website at http://gmu.sona-systems.com/. Each semester, students will need to register with the website in order to receive a login and password to access the website’s contents. Students will be able to schedule appointments for research experiments and lectures through the website. The website also records students’ participation credits, which course instructors will apply towards students’ course grades. Note: It is important for students to check the research participation website regularly, beginning early in the semester, because most experiments and lectures are conducted for only part of the semester. Students are strongly encouraged NOT to wait until the end of the semester as opportunities may not be available at that time. This includes the lecture alternative as there may be limited space available at the times most convenient to the student. Research lecture alternatives
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2011 for the course PSYC 100 taught by Professor Pilafova during the Spring '09 term at George Mason.

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