Adjunct Lecturer, University of Waterloo
Basic Research Method (Psych 291), Fall 2018
Course Description (from syllabus)
Welcome to Psych 291! This course will cover the fundamentals of research design. For example, what factors do psychologists consider when designing a study? Learning about the research process will be beneficial for everyone in this class. Many of you will conduct research—perhaps as a research assistant, in a course (e.g., directed studies or a thesis), or in your future career. But even if you never actually conduct research, you will still read/hear about research throughout your life (e.g., through the media). Is it therefore important to learn how to critically examine research. A main objective of this course will be developing that skill.
Students’ ratings of the course (except for “workload demands”) and of the professor were on the following scale: 5 = Excellent; 4 = Good; 3 = Satisfactory; 2 = Fair; 1 = Poor.
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Lectures (in order of syllabus)
Other teaching experience
Teaching Assistant, University of Waterloo
Winter 2016 Organizational Psychology (Psych 338)
Winter, Spring, Fall 2015 Introductory Psychology (Psych 101)
Spring 2014 Organizational Psychology (Psych 338)
Winter 2014 Introductory Psychology (Psych 101)
Fall 2013 Social Cognition (Psych 353)
Fall 2012 Social Psychology (Psych 253 online)