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Communication: Communicate clearly and effectively in both written and oral forms to an intended audience using strategies and methods appropriate to college-level expectations. Students will demonstrate effective communication characterized by written work that is clear, organized, succinct yet exhibits depth of analysis and synthesis, and accurate in mechanics and document.
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving: Students will demonstrate the ability to evaluate strengths and weakness of divergent psychological research paradigms; students will also demonstrate the ability to creatively produce a psychological research design.
Quantitative Analysis and Reasoning: Students will demonstrate their ability to apply quantitative analytical processes to solving data analysis problems associated with psychological research as evidenced by the appropriate application of descriptive and inferential statistics.
Ethics: Students will understand the ethical complexity of human interactions in an applied psychological context; students will demonstrate the skill of applying a formal ethical decision-making process; students will demonstrate a thorough understanding of the American Psychological Association’s Code of Ethics; students will understand the underlying values that guide the ethical decision-making process.