PARTICIPATING IN RESEARCH
GCC Psychology offers two PSY290 Research Methods classes each semester, human-model where students participate in the experiments, and animal-model where Long-Evans rats are the subjects. We highly value the participation of both our student volunteers and our rat subjects without whom psychological research could not be conducted.
Participating in a research study is a great way to see first-hand how psychological research is conducted, and to learn about the topic under investigation. There are three ways for you to become involved in psychological research.
- Enroll in PSY290 Research Methods: To learn more about the class contact Dr. Julie Morrison at 623.845.4761or firstname.lastname@example.org. To search for class times, see the GCC Class Schedule. To register, log on to My.Maricopa.edu.
- Participate On Campus: The Research Methods class needs student volunteers to take part in our experiments. If you are a GCC student, at least 18 years old, and are interested in participating in our brief and simple experiments, please contact Dr. Julie Morrison at email@example.com or 623.845.4761 for more information.
- Participate Online: Many researchers from other colleges and universities offer online studies. Below is a list of sites where you can find the study that interests you.