Research Exposure/Labs

Selected Research:

American Psychological Association. (2014). Strengthening the Common Core of the Introductory Psychology Course. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, Board of Educational Affairs. Retrieved from

Berthold, H. C., Hakala, C. M., & Goff, D. (2003). An argument for a laboratory in introductory psychology. Teaching of Psychology, 30, 55-58.

Conn, G., Stafiniak, P., DiPasquale, M.C., & Harper, L. (1988). Effects of teaching an introductory psychology laboratory using a computerized research tool. Behavioral Research Methods, Instruments, and Computers, 20, 184-187.

Norcross, J. C., Hailstorks, R., Aiken, L. S., Pfund, R. A., Stamm, K. E., & Christidis, P. (2016). Undergraduate study in psychology: Curriculum and assessment. American Psychologist, 71(2), 89 – 101.

Perlman, B., & McCann, L. I. (2005). Undergraduate research experiences in psychology: A national study of courses and curricula. Teaching of Psychology, 32, 5-14.

Peterson, J. J., & Sesma, A., Jr. (2017). Introductory psychology: What’s lab got to do with it? Teaching of Psychology, 44(4), 313-323. doi:

Thieman, T.J., Clary, E.G., Olson, A.M., Dauner, R.C., & Ring, E.E. (2009). Introducing students to psychological research: General psychology as a laboratory course. Teaching of Psychology, 36, 160-168.



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