Master's Thesis
2018-2019 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook with Spring Addendum
   

APH 4514 - Master's Thesis


The thesis gives students a chance to apply their new skills in research design, subject recruitment, data gathering, data analysis, and writing a formal paper to actual subjects by performing a small but important research study which the students designed during APH5121 and APH5122. Producing a paper of sufficient quality to be submitted to a high quality journal serves as a milestone indicating mastery of psychophysiological principles and research.
Students do not begin this course until (a) the instructor in APH5122 has approved the practice protocol and the IRB documents and (b) the IRB has approved the IRB submission. 3 credit(s)