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MODULE INFORMATION Full module title Introduction to Psychological Research Methods Module code 4PSYC005W Credit level Level 4 Length 1 Semester UK credit value 20
ECTS value 10 Faculty and Department Science & Technology / Psychology Module Leader Dr Donna A. Taylor Extension 69036 Email Module Team Donna Taylor, Haiko Ballieux, David Barron, Laura Boubert, Deborah Husbands, Sanjay
Joban, Karen Ryder, Nick Smith, Lisa Thorn, Claire Tranter, Dave Williams Host course and course leader Psychology BSc Honours course leader Alan Porter Status Core for Psychology BSc Honours
Core for Cognitive and Clinical Psychology BSc Honours Subject Board Psychology U/G Prerequisites None
Co-requisites: Social Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Biological Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Individual Differences Study abroad Not available to Study Abroad students Special features Requires access to computer laboratory for practical classes Access restrictions Not available to students on other courses Are the module learning outcomes delivered, assessed or supported through an arrangement with an organisation(s) other than the University of Westminster No Summary of module content Introduction to psychological research using methodologies drawn from qualitative and quantitative research the principles underlying quantitative and qualitative data analysis the ethical issues relating to research use of SPSS; reporting psychological investigations. Data collected from investigations in other level 4 modules will be used to teach data analysis. The inherent variability and diversity of psychological measures will be made explicit

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