Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Clinical Psychology - Methods in Experimental Psychology and Neuroscience PSYO 2000   Methods in Experimental Psychology and Neuroscience
CREDIT HOURS: 3
This course provides a thorough grounding in scientific research methods used by experimental psychologists and neuroscientists. Lectures explore concepts, methods, and analytic tools employed to investigate human and animal behaviour and neurophysiology. Students also complete assignments and write reports on a series of supervised laboratory experiments to illustrate concepts presented in lectures.
NOTES: Restricted to students registered in Psychology programs. It is highly recommended that students take PSYO 2501.03, Statistical Methods I, concurrently with PSYO 2000.03. Students must attend the first lecture session.
FORMAT:
  • Lecture
  • Lab

LAB HOURS PER WEEK: 2
PREREQUISITES: PSYO 1011.03 (or PSYO 1021.03 or PSYO 1031.03) and PSYO 1012.03 (or PSYO 1022.03 or PSYO 1032.03); OR SCIE 1506.09/1507.09 (or SCIE1505X/Y.18). All prerequisite courses must have a grade of B- or better.
CROSS-LISTING: NESC 2000.03
EXCLUSIONS: NESC 2007.03