NYU Psychology Study Participation
as Part of the Lab Requirement

This page provides the needed materials for those participating in psychology studies at NYU as part of their lab requirement in Introduction to Psychology, Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences, and Core A and Core B courses.

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  1. "LabChoice_IntroToPsych_FallSpring" is a description of the lab participation requirement, how it works, and how to avoid problems completing it, for students taking Introduction to Psychology in Fall or Spring. This is also used to indicate how you choose to fulfill the lab requirement (participate in studies or write article critiques).

  2. "LabChoice_AdvancedPsych_FallSpring" is a description of the lab participation requirement, how it works, and how to avoid problems completing it, for students in Stats, Core A and Core B courses in Fall or Spring. This is also used to indicate how you choose to fulfill the lab requirement (participate in studies or write article critiques).

  3. "LabChoice_IntroToPsych_SummerSession" is a description of the lab participation requirement, how it works, and how to avoid problems completing it, for students taking Introduction to Psychology in Summer Sessions. This is also used to indicate how you choose to fulfill the lab requirement (participate in studies or write article critiques).

  4. "LabChoice_AdvancedPsych_SummerSession" is a description of the lab participation requirement, how it works, and how to avoid problems completing it, for students in Stats, Core A and Core B courses in Summer Sessions. This is also used to indicate how you choose to fulfill the lab requirement (participate in studies or write article critiques).


PARENTAL CONSENT/PERMISSION:

If you are under the age of 18, parental consent is required for all research participation including "the battery" and "the supplement". Students will find the parental permission forms, arranged by study title, at http://psych.nyu.edu/research/parents.html



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