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PSYC1019

Researching Children's Memory

Applied Research: Children's Memory
In this applied research class students will be involved in all aspects of data collection for an on-going study involving children’s memory. We will employ different methods of interviewing children as well as methods to code interviews for rapport, accuracy, and other relevant dimensions. We will read and discuss the current research in the field, and collect, code, and discuss our own data. Students will run the stimulus memory sessions, interview child participants, code and enter data, and begin analyzing data from the project. We will spend much of our time off campus interviewing children during the afternoon; however, students will not be required to attend every afternoon session. This course counts as elective credit towards the Psychology major. (Approval required; please contact the instructor)
Subject:
Psychology
Department:
Psychology
Division:
Social Sciences
Requirements Fulfilled:
WTR

Sections

Winter 2012

PSYC1019A-W12 Lecture (McCauley)