PSY3111 Research Methods in Psychology B
This course builds upon the basic methods and tools of psychological research, extending the range and complexity of questions which can be addressed. A variety of research designs are introduced including complex experimental and quasi-experimental designs and single-subject designs as ways of answering specific questions and dealing with potential confounds. The statistical and analytic tools associated with these more advanced techniques are also explored including factorial analysis of variance, and multiple regression. Students will need access to the SPSS software package throughout this course and will also need to access the internet for participation in a research project.