Individual Research Focus   [Archived Catalog]
2019-2020 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook

APH 5125 - Individual Research Focus

This course is designed to give each student majoring in psychophysiology an opportunity to explore any aspect of research not adequately covered by the department's required research courses. The student works with her / his advisor to determine what should be accomplished during the course. Students may choose to take an advanced research course given by any department at Saybrook, take training in specific techniques not covered in any Saybrook course, perform a small study of special interest, perform an in-depth review of some aspect of the research literature related to his / her dissertation, get extra training and experience in statistical techniques related to the dissertation, perform pilot work to clarify techniques to use in the dissertation, etc. Prerequisite(s): APH 5121 , APH 5122 , APH 5123  and permission of the APH Department Chair. 3 credit(s)
Offered: FA Term A/B, SP Term A/B, Summer. Course Length: 15 weeks during Fall and Spring Semesters, 12 weeks during Summer Semester. No RC Required.