Course Information: Experimental Analysis  (23676)

This course is concerned with the research methods scientists use to study behavioral phenomena. In covering the course content, we will seek a balance between abstract models of science, the practical concerns of the working scientist, and the role that each of us plays as a consumer of science. The readings and presentations will consider conceptual and practical issues relevant to various approaches to behavioral research and the written assignments will amplify these issues as well as provide you with firsthand experience measuring behavior, analyzing data, and reporting behavioral science findings.

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Pre-Requisite:   (( (BEHV 2103 with minimum grade: C )
OR ( BEHV 2103 with minimum grade: TRC) )
AND ( (BEHV 3000 with minimum grade: C )
OR ( BEHV 3000 with minimum grade: TRC) ))
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