PSY 1300 Research Experience

Spring 2023 PSY1300 Research Experience Participant Guidelines

This information applies to the following sections of PSY1300:

Spring 2023:

                                                       MWF 9:00-9:50 AM                          Section 251 (CRN 32562) – Instructor: Mr. John Angulo

                                                    MWF 10:00-10:50 AM                     Section 252 (CRN 31826) – Instructor: Mr. John Angulo

                                                    TR 2:00-3:20 PM                               Section 253 (CRN 34947) – Instructor: Dr. Amy Meeks

                                                    TR 5:00-6:20 PM                               Section 254 (CRN 31827) – Instructor: Dr. Jess Cascio


Students enrolled in these sections of PSY 1300 are required to engage in research experience. There are two options for gaining this research experience: one involves participation in research studies whereas the other does not. The two options are described more fully in this handout.

To obtain research experience credits by participating in a study, please use the handout above to log into You must complete a minimum of 6 credits.

Spring 2023 Open date: Friday, February 3rd, 2023

                 Due date: Friday, April 28th, 2023, by 11:59 pm

*Please note that your account will not be set up until the open date listed above, so you will not be able to log on until that date.

Once your account is set up, you will also be able to check your research experience credits on that web site. To obtain research experience credits by submitting journal article summaries, please refer to the handout.


Research Experience Tutorials

The following page contains tutorial videos for each of the Research Experience options students can use to complete their Research Experience Requirement this semester (i.e., earn the 6 required credits):

Option 1: Signing Up for Research Studies in SONA

Option 2:  How to Do Research Article Summaries:


Frequently Asked Questions about the Research Experience Requirement

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