PSYC111B;  Research Methods II

http://psy2.ucsd.edu/~dhuber/psyc111_home.html

 

                                                                  Class:                     TuTh  11-12:20      Room:        McGill 1350

                                                                  Labs:                      TuTh  4-5:30          Room:        Mandler 1539

 

Professor:  David Huber                            Office Hours:          W 10-12                Office:        McGill 5137    

E-mail:  dhuber@ucsd.edu                                                                                          

 

TA:  Evan Raiewski                                    Office Hours:        Tu 5:30-7                 Office:        Mandler 1539 

E-mail:  eraiewski@ucsd.edu

 

TA:  Will Hopper                                       Office Hours:          Th 5:30-7               Office:        Mandler 1539

E-mail:  whopper@ucsd.edu

 

Readings:

 

Required

1) Goodwin, C. J. (2010). Research in psychology: Methods and Design (6th Ed.). New York:  John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

2) Journal articles will be handed out or downloaded.

3) Statistics and Probability readings will be available online through: http://onlinestatbook.com/index.html (Version 2.0!!)

 

Revised Appendix A

 

Recommended

American Psychological Association (2001 or 2009). Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (5th or 6th Ed.).

 

Course Description:

Psyc111B is an introduction to the design, implementation, analysis, and reporting of psychological experiments. This quarter we will perform both classic and original experiments investigating various forms of memory. Two separate papers will report these experiments.

 

POSTER PRINTING (set up your account way in advance)

 

Requirements and Grading

 

Schedule of Classes

 

Literature Search

 

Discovering Psychology

 

Lecture Notes

 

Links used in lectures