Course ObjectiveThis course is designed to prepare research master students to
critically assess methods used in social psychology research, and to
prepare students to design their own studies.
Course ContentThe course will cover fundamental issues in social psychology research,
including ethics in collecting and reporting data, assumptions
underlying the null hypothesis significance testing framework,
statistical power, and methods in assessing reliability and validity of
instruments and methods.
Teaching MethodsClass will meet 14 times. In each class, we will have a mixture of
lecture from the instruction, presentations from students to the class,
and class discussion. The instructor will also provide some interactive
tutorials using G*Power and SPSS.
Method of AssessmentAssessment will include short quizzes on the assigned reading material
at the beginning of every class. Students will also be evaluated on a
presentation, a data analysis assignment, and a paper written on a
method or instrument.
LiteratureJournal articles and chapters will be assigned.
|Language of Tuition||English|
|Faculty||Fac. of Behavioural and Movement Science|
|Course Coordinator||dr. J.M. Tybur|
|Examiner||dr. J.M. Tybur|
dr. J.M. Tybur
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