Behavioral Research Methods

PSY 719

This course is designed as a practical introduction to conducting behavioral research, with a special emphasis on experiments. In the class, we introduce the PhD students to (i) the research designs and approaches behavioral researchers utilize most frequently in their careers, (ii) explore how to collect data, (iii) work through the analyses that most modern experimental researchers will need to be fluent with, and (iv) examine best practices in reviewing and writing papers. The intent of the course is to get behavioral researchers up and running as quickly as possible in their graduate careers. Instructor: Chartrand and Fitzsimons
Cross-Listed As
  • BA 967
Typically Offered
Fall Only