This course gives an in-depth knowledge of the research methods currently used in psychology, for instance experimental, quasi-experimental, survey and interview methods, the use of “latent variables” and its relevance in the evaluation of other concepts in Psychology. It gives the ability to use analysis of variance, including the analysis of variance with covariates and multivariates, logistic regression and structural equation modelling when analysing data. Furthermore, it gives the necessary skills to independently construct a research design, an awareness of relevant ethical issues and a basic knowledge and understanding of how to apply for research funding.
You will find information about exams in the schedule to the right.
Please notice that the reading list may change from one term to the next. You have the right to re-examination on the then valid reading list one year after taking the course. Please inform the reception desk if this applies to you.
Remember to apply for re-examination one week before the examination date at the latest!