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PSYC 410 - Sensation and Perception: Home

Introduction

Hi! My name is Rodney Birch. I am the librarian liaison for both the undergraduate Psychology and PsyD programs. I can assist you with defining your topic, determining the appropriate sources to consult for your topic, and devising a research strategy that gets the results you need. I look forward to working with you!

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Overview

Welcome to your PSYC 410 Sensation & Perception course guide!

From books to full-text articles and more, the tabs above will guide and direct in providing resources for your PSYC 410 and general research needs.

As the librarian liaison for the Psychology Program I am glad to assist with your research, whether it's determining appropriate sources to consult, help with focusing your topic, database searches, assisting with tracking down those "hard to find" references and resources, and/or overall research strategy.

You may find additional resources not listed in the course guide by going to the Psychology Subject Guide.

 

Creating a research proposal for a pilot study means you should include a research basis for the study. This means looking at the scholarly literature to find out what research has been done on a given topic, and what suggestions the researchers give for further study. The proposal will not include and exhaustive review of the literature, but should include five to ten sources to substantiate your project.

Connections: Sensation

2006, 29 minutes

Interpretations: Perception

2006, 29 minutes

Librarian

Rodney Birch
Contact:
503.554.2424