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Research Methods in Applied Psychology I

Overview of diverse research designs and essential components of research methods, including: formulation of questions and hypotheses, identification of variables and operational definitions, sampling, data collection, and basic statistical and psychometric techniques. Students learn the basic elements and logic of social science research and develop a conceptual understanding of statistical and psychometric techniques.

Course #
APSY-UE 25
Credits
4
Department
Applied Psychology

Professors

Erin Godfrey

Director of NYU's Institute of Human Development and Social Change and Associate Professor of Applied Psychology

erin.godfrey@nyu.edu

Shabnam Javdani

Associate Professor of Applied Psychology

shabnam.javdani@nyu.edu