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All students enrolled in PSY 101 are expected to participate in research conducted by members of the Psychology Department – or to write reports on psychological research in psychology, as an alternative to research participation. You will have the opportunity to earn up to 4% of extra credit – up to eight hours of participation or report-writing – which can be achieved in any combination of the following:
You can earn 0.5% of extra credit at the beginning of the semester by simply filling out the Psychology Department Research Questionnaire. Depending on your responses, this questionnaire may qualify you for other studies – those that require an invitation code. You will receive an email when the survey is open for participation. This questionnaire is available only for a limited time. You will be notified by email when it becomes available.
Federal laws protecting the rights of research participants restrict participation in experiments and research studies to students who are 18 years of age or older. As such, you will not be allowed to participate in research until you reach the age of majority (18 years old).
If you failed (or withdrew from) a previous PSY 101 course -- and had participated in research or written article summaries for that course -- those credits will not count as extra credit towards the PSY 101 course you are registered for this semester. Only credits earned in the current semester will allow you to earn extra credit toward your PSY 101 grade.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for general assistance with questions not addressed on these web pages. Please do not email the webmaster to cancel research appointments.
Please note this email is only monitored between 9am and 4 pm Monday through Friday -- and due to email volume, please allow 1-2 business days to receive a response.