PSYC 102. Foundations of Psychological Research: II. Students plan and conduct projects in psychology using experimental, quasi-experimental and correlational methods; they evaluate published research and write proposals and reports for course projects, with attention to such issues as the reliability and validity of the behavioral methods used, the degree to which statistical assumptions can be met, the adequacy of statistical power, and the internal and external validity of the project. Techniques for research design and analysis are examined, including analysis of variance, multiple comparison tests, factorial designs, simple effects, the use of repeated measurements, mixed designs, analysis of covariance and multiple regression; other multivariate methods may also be discussed. Lecture-discussion three hours; laboratory three hours. Prerequisite: PSYC 2, PSYC 8, PSYC 101. Graded: Graded Student. Units: 4.0