This laboratory course will provide a general introduction to the experimental methods of psychological science. Lectures will provide an overview of experimental techniques in four content areas (behavioral neuroscience, sensation/perception, cognitive/cognitive neuroscience, and social/applied psychology). The focus will be on how psychological scientists pursue research questions using diverse techniques, such as functional brain imaging, reaction time, psychopharmacology, laboratory experiments, self-reports, and survey methods. Laboratory exercises will complement the lecture material. Ethical issues as they pertain to psychological research will also be addressed. Cannot be taken concurrently with Psych 10. Prerequisites: Psychology 1 or 6 and 10 or equivalent. 15X, Clark, R., 15F, Duchaine, 16S at 12, Manning. Dist: SLA.