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This intermediate course in research methods and statistics will guide you through the key steps of conducting psychological research that ultimately benefits and influences society. The lectures will cover a selection of topics on designing a project with consideration of research ethics, analysing and interpreting psychology data with rigour, and disseminating research findings for impact. The laboratory classes and assessments provide further experience in designing psychological research and writing up research in standard APA-style format
The objectives of the course are to:Apply knowledge of research methods in designing a psychology research study involving human participants.Recommend qualitative and mixed methods when appropriate for enriching research design.Apply existing statistical knowledge (t-test, ANOVAs) in intermediate statistical analyses (factorial and repeated measures ANOVAs, moderated and mediated regression), and clearly and accurately report the results, adhering to APA standards.Demonstrate professional standards for research integrity in Aotearoa New Zealand, including ethical treatment of participants, consideration of Mātauranga Māori in research, honest scholarship, and transparent communications.Exercise and adapt strategies for working in a diverse research team, including efficient project coordination, routine communication, delegation of work to strengths, and building team cohesion through shared challenges, understanding, and successes.
Required Text (Free/Open Access):1. Navarro, D. J., and Foxcroft, D. R. (2022). Learning statistics with jamovi: A tutorial for psychology students and other beginners. (Version 0.75). DOI: 10.24384/hgc3-7p15 [Available from url:http://learnstatswithjamovi.com]2. Gelman, A., Hill, J., and Vehtari, A. (2022). Regression and other stories. Cambridge University Press. Free legal download (for personal use only) available from https://avehtari.github.io/ROS-Examples/. [click ROS online PDF]3. Some articles will also be provided as required readings during the semester.You are expected to read all required readings for lectures, preferably prior to attending lectures. All required readings will be examinable unless otherwise specified by the lecturer.Some further required readings will also be suggested, generally from published articles and reliable sources, where applicable.
Domestic fee $1,833.00
International fee $9,500.00
* All fees are inclusive of NZ GST or any equivalent overseas tax, and do not include any programme level discount or additional course-related expenses.
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School of Psychology, Speech and Hearing