A Microcomputer Laboratory in Experimental Psychology: Mentoring and Monitoring Student Learning through LAN Technology
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Council on Undergraduate Research
Based on an apprenticeship model where students learn about the conduct of scientific research in small groups, our undergraduate psychology program focuses on preparing students for graduate training in the field, and it involves training experiences enhanced by technology. Taking advantage of modern technology, we use a dedicated Local Area Network (LAN) of microcomputers running various research template and statistical software packages. Our LAN is part of a system for teaching Experimental Design and Statistical Inference, Laboratory in Cognition, and Research Issues in Psychology, a forum for independent research projects.
Medicine and Health Sciences
Apprenticeship Model, Scientific Research, Psychology, Graduate Training, Technology, Local Area Network, Research Template, Statistical Software, Experimental Design, Statistical Inference, Laboratory in Cognition
Ransdell, Sarah Ellen PhD, "A Microcomputer Laboratory in Experimental Psychology: Mentoring and Monitoring Student Learning through LAN Technology" (1997). Department of Health Sciences Faculty Articles. 251.