PsychologyPSYC 211C Communicating in Social Psychology

Supports first-year social psychology graduate students in completing their first-year projects. Involves discussion of research methods, but the primary emphasis is on writing and presenting the APA-style report. Includes writing exercises as well as practice talks on the presentations that students give in colloquium. Because this is a workshop tailored specifically to each student, over the course of the quarter we will work collaboratively to discuss each others' work, read each others' drafts, and establish a challenging and supportive context for thinking, writing, and presenting. First- and second-year projects required to be reported in two ways: a manuscript approved and signed by the first (adviser) and second readers, and a presentation of the project in the colloquium.

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to social psychology first-year graduate students, or by permission of instructor.

Credits

3

Quarter offered

Spring

Instructor

Heather Bullock