Psychology (PSYC) - Literacy in Psychology

PSYC 3116  Literacy in Psychology


PSYC 2126 & PSYC 2127


Three hours of seminar per week for one term.




The focus of this seminar course is on developing critical thinking, writing, and presentation skills. This course provides instruction in reading and thinking critically about empirical and qualitative evidence as well as integrating research evidence into psychological documents (i.e., research reports, manuscripts, book chapters). Students are introduced to research methodologies, ethics, and APA style. Students are expected to obtain their own research evidence through literature searches, participate in weekly seminar discussions, write evidence-based papers, and provide professional presentations of their work.

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