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PSYCH 1B
Introduction to Psychological Research Methods
Description:This course surveys various psychological research methods with an emphasis on research design, experimental procedures, descriptive methods, instrumentation, and the collection, analysis, interpretation, and reporting of research data. Research design and methodology will be examined through a review of research in a variety of the subdisciplines of psychology and applications in classroom experiments, surveys, and systematic and naturalistic observations.
Prerequisites:Course Completion of PSYCH 1A; AND Course Completion of MATH 15 OR PSYCH 9
Recommended Preparation:Eligibility for ENGL 1A or equivalent
Transferability:CSU; UC 
Repeatability:Two Repeats if Grade was D, F, NC, or NP
Grading Type:Grade Only
Sections listed are for Fall 2019
 SectDaysHoursInstructorLocationRoomUnitsStatusTotal SeatsCurrent EnrollmentSeats RemainingDate Begin/EndDate Final ExamBooks
Add section to cart1802 OnlineKremer JOnlineOnline3.00Closed3030008/19-12/13To Be ArrangedClick here for availability at the SRJC bookstore  Click here to see if the library has a copy of your textbook
 After registering for this class, click on the section number to find any available online course material. If you are using the printed version of the Schedule, go to (https://classes.santarosa.edu/) to find the section number links.
Add section to cart0191T
 
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Partially Online
Kremer J
Kremer J
Emeritus Hall, Santa Rosa Campus
Online
1696
Online
3.00Open3022808/20-12/13
08/20-12/13
To Be ArrangedClick here for availability at the SRJC bookstore  Click here to see if the library has a copy of your textbook
 The above section is offered in a hybrid format. This class requires physical attendance, face-to-face, in the classroom of 1.5 hours per week and 1.5 additional hours per week of required online class time (plus the usual expectation of 2 hours minimum preparation per 1 class hour). Students must have regular access to the internet and be able to complete extensive assignments online.