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85-320 Research Methods in Developmental Psychology

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This is a laboratory course, in which the student will have direct experience working with children, as well as writing research reports and designing and critiquing research in child development. The purpose of the course is to develop research expertise that will assist the student both in carrying out research and in evaluating the research of others. Special emphasis will be given to the unique methodological problems associated with the study of development. You must have either taken 36-309 previously or 36-309 can be taken as co-req.

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  Spring 2005 times

Sec Time Day Instructor Location  
A 3:00 - 4:20 pm T Michael BH 340A Add course to my schedule
R Michael BH 340A

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