This is a graduate course in the psychology department at NYU. The following document describes the policies and grading proceedure. Everything is subject to change.
Wednesdays from 12-1:50pm in Meyer 851.
The aim of this seminar course is explore using the Internet to collect behavioral data. The course is structured to be very hands-on. Students will be expected to program an experiment relevant to their research goals by the end of the class.
The course will be taught using a "flipped classroom" design. The lectures and readings will be posted on this webpage before class. Students will be expected to watch the videos and follow along with the instruction before they come to class. In class time will be spent entirely in constructive conversation, debugging, talking with other students about problems that came up, etc... The idea is that you can get the lecture stuff offline on your own time/pace but in class time it is more valueable to get hands-on help from other students and from the professor (me!).