2016-2017 Undergraduate Bulletin

PSY 283 Introductory Undergraduate Research Experience in Psychology

3 hours 

This course is designed to provide "hands-on" exposure to the research culture within a psychology lab at John Jay College. Under the close supervision of a faculty member students will learn how to engage in appropriate professional behavior within a research environment. The course will help students to understand ethical considerations in psychology research andwill focus on the acquisition of basic skills needed to conduct empirical research. These might include how to work with raw data manipulate a statistical database collect data read interpret and critique research studies and discuss and evaluate research ideas.




ENG 101, PSY 101 and permission of the instructor