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Fall 2019 Psychology UN1490 section 001
EXP PSYCH:COGNITION/DECISION MAKING
EXP PSYCH:COGNITION/DEC MAKING
|Day & Time
614 Schermerhorn Hall [SCH]
|Instructor||Katherine T Fox-Glassman|
|Method of Instruction||Classroom|
|Course Description||Corequisites: PSYC UN1491
Prerequisites: Science of Psychology (PSYC 1001) or Mind, Brain, & Behavior (PSYC 1010) or equivalent intro psych course, plus an introductory statistics course. Introduces research methods employed in the study of the cognitive and social determinants of thinking and decision making. Students gain experience in the conduct of research, including: design of simple experiments; observation and preference elicitation techniques; the analysis of behavioral data, considerations of validity, reliability, and research ethics; and preparation of written and oral reports. |
Note: Fee: $70. Attendance at the first class is essential.
|Enrollment||59 students (80 max) as of 4:35PM Thursday, December 12, 2019|
|Open To||Barnard College, Columbia College, Engineering:Undergraduate, General Studies, Professional Studies|
|Fee||$75 Psychology Course|
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