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PSY 595 Overview

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. Prerequisite: PSY 533; approval of department/instructor.

  • 1.00 Credits
  • PSY

Sections

DS:Supervised Research - 2020 Fall 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

8/24/2020 - 12/13/2020

Face to Face

Main Campus

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

Supervised Research - 2021 Summer 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

5/17/2021 - 8/15/2021

Face to Face

Break 6/28-7/4