Experimental Psychology Minor Information

Explore Human Behavior and Thought Through Scientific Investigation

Experimental psychology is the scientific investigation of human behavior and thought through research studies using human participants.

The Experimental Psychology minor prepares you to design and conduct robust human participants research studies, following ethical guidelines and rules. You will frame your research questions, collect and analyze data, and write research manuscripts that share the results of your work. Studies may explore a wide variety of topics including cognition, memory, learning, neuroscience, social behavior, abnormal behavior, and human development issues.

This program provides a strong foundation for graduate school in psychology or health-related fields.

To earn the Experimental Psychology minor, you must complete a 24-credit course of study.

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Download the Experimental Psychology Program SheetDownload a Experimental Psychology program sheet to view on-screen or print, or view the College at Rindge Academic Catalog for specific degree requirements and course information.

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