PSY 595 Overview
This course will involve extending basic research skills to an intermediate level by having the student design, implement and report a professional research project. Individualized faculty supervision will ensure that the final product meets publication standards, and publication will be encouraged. Students will demonstrate their ability to locate and/or produce empirically-based research in the area being studied, organize this scholarly information in a cohesive manner, participate in empirical study and produce a scholarly research paper/presentation. Prerequisite: PSY 533; approval of department/instructor.
- 1.00 Credits
DS: Supervised Research - 2021 Spring PSY 595
This course will require students to conduct a comprehensive review of the research literature on a specific topic and write a graduate-level literature review paper. Students will demonstrate their ability to locate empirically-based research in the area being studied, demonstrate the ability to organize this scholarly information in a cohesive manner, and demonstrate the utility of the research being discussed in facilitating understanding of the primary research topic.
Course Code: PSY 595
1/25/2021 - 5/16/2021
Face to Face