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Research Design and Methodology in the Behavioral Sciences I

Planning and implementing research in the behavioral sciences; analysis of data; interpretation of findings. Formulating problems and hypotheses; specification of types of variables and operational definitions; experimental and non experimental research designs; use of randomization and controls; sampling problems basic to statistical inference.

Course #
APSY-GE 2073
Applied Psychology


Clancy Blair

Professor Emeritus, Joint Faculty NYU School of Medicine and Steinhardt Applied Psychology