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Psychology: Research Methods
This third and final Psychology course examines experimentation and report writing in a Psychology context. This free learning course outlines protocols for experimentation in Psychology including how to structure and conduct experiments, how to interpret results and how to report findings.
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After completing this course you will have a good understanding of common methods and concepts used in psychology, such as inferential statistics, participant selection, allocation, placebo, experimenter effects and more. You will gain a good knowledge of empirical research to write a coherent report.
|Research methods in Psychology|
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|Course Title||Psychology: Research Methods|
|Content Origin||Australian School Curriculum|
|Course Description|| This third and final Psychology course examines experimentation and report writing in a Psychology context. This free learning course outlines protocols for experimentation in Psychology including how to structure and conduct experiments, how to interpret results and how to report findings. This course is ideal for students looking to enhance their knowledge of research methods or those who would like to acquaint themselves with psychological experimentation.
|Release Date||11 February 2013|
|Course Duration (Avg Learner)||3-4 Hours|
|Age appropriateness||16+ Years|
|Minimum Grade/Class Level||Higher High Secondary School|
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