Psy 201 Learning Modules

Jump to Chapter 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13




Chapter 1- Values in Science - August 28



Chapter 2 - Ethical Principles for Psychological Research - September 4



Chapter 3 - The Hypothetico-Deductive Method and Experimental Psychology - September 11



Chapter 4 - Operational Definitions of Dependent Variables and Scales of Measurement  - September 18



Chapter 5 - Operationally Defining the Independent Variable - September 25



Exam 1  October 4 (Covers chapters 1-5)



Chapter 6 - The Control Group Posttest Only Design  - October 9




Chapter 7 - Hypothesis Testing: Pretest Posttest Design and Related Measures t Test - October 9


Chapter 8 - One-Factor Between Groups Design and One-way ANOVA  - October 16


Chapter 9 - Repeated Measures One Factor Design  - October 23

Class IRB Proposals Due by Midnight October 26 (One proposal per team submitted on the O: Drive)


Peer Review November 1

  Peer Review Directions

IRB Research Proposals Due by Midnight on November 2




Exam 2 - November 8 (Covers chapters 6-9)


Chapter 10 - When There is More than One Cause: Between Group Factorial Experiments -- November 6



Chapter 11 - Repeated Measures Factorial Experiments - November 13

URAC - April 18 - No labs this week, participation in URAC is required.





Chapter 12 -  When the Cause Cannot be Manipulated: Pre-experimental Design and Chi-Square - November 27




Chapter 13 - Correlational and Quasi-Experimental Designs   December 4


Final Exam during finals period.