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Psychology: 010 - Suzuki

Psychology 010 - Principles of Psychology

This course is an introduction to research design and statistical analysis for the behavioral sciences with a focus on the application of the philosophy of science and the scientific method. Students learn to design and conduct research, analyze data using descriptive and inferential statistics, and report results using the American Psychological Association format. The hands-on approach to this course exposes students to the challenges and skills involved in actively participating on a research team while conducting their own independent research projects.

Research Topic

Broad topic: depression

Narrow topic: students choice

Research Review

Navigate to the library homepage:

OneSearch -  search everything in the library collection. Narrow down the result my using the Refine your Results menu on the left side. 

Databases - search for database by name or view the A-Z list for database descriptions

Research Guides - search for your course and view the research guide

Your Library Account - view checkouts, place holds, and intrelibrary loans. 

Databases

Recommended Search Terms

  • depression
  • depression and diet
  • depression and society
  • depression and substance abuse
  • depression and age
  • depression and economic status
  • depression and students
  • depression and caregivers
  • depression and symptoms
  • depression and treatment
  • depression and ...... what are you interested in? 

Citation Format

Books & eBooks

Navigate to the library homepage and use the OneSearch tab to search the catalog. 

OR

Connect to the catalog by viewing the books below:

  1. Click on the blue link or image to open the item record in the library catalog.
  2. Click on the book title the access the detailed record.
  3. Read the abstract and subject terms then decide if this item will suit your research needs
  4. For print books - take note of the college location, call number, and status. 
  5. For eBooks - access online

Pro Research Tip - email yourself the item so you have quick access when creating your citations. 

Media

Websites