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New Undergraduate Course Supplement 2018

PSYC 32 Introduction to Programming for Psychological Scientists

Studying the mind is an increasingly computational endeavor.  Modern psychological laboratories use computers to administer experiments, collect data, analyze data, create figures, write papers, and share their work with the world. Related and analogous approaches are used in fields as diverse as finance, art, biomedical science, law, and many others. In this course we will use hands-on training experiences, problem sets, and mini research projects to introduce students to a sampling of the computational tools employed in cutting-edge psychological research. A focus of the course will be on “open science” practices that enable scientists to share and clearly document each aspect of the scientific process.

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