The Master's degree in Experimental Psychology prepares students for doctoral programs and research psychology positions. The program provides:
- Intensive student-initiated research training in a variety of areas of experimental psychology. - Statistical and methodological knowledge required to examine basic or applied issues and to function as a professional research psychologist. - An appreciation of the scientific basis of various fields of psychology. - One-on-one faculty mentoring of student research.
The program is designed so that students can complete the bulk of their required course work and, in conjunction with their faculty mentor, prepare a thesis proposal during their first year. Students can then complete their remaining course credits and a data-based thesis during their second year.
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Recipient: Central Washington University
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