Psychology of Adolescence Laboratory
Haverford Psychology 314f
(www.haverford.edu/psych/ddavis/p314/p314i.05.html)
(Revised 9/28/05)

Fall, 2005
Doug Davis
Department of Psychology
Haverford College
Phone: 896-1236
Koshland E204
Wednesday 12:30-2:00

Prerequisite: Psychology 214, "Adolescence,"
and either Haverford Psychology 200 or Bryn Mawr Psychology 205, "Experimental Methods and Statistics,"
should be taken previously or concurrently.

August 31: Course overview: Concepts and tools

September 7: Gathering data on the Web

September 14: Gather --> SPSS

September 21: Our first survey

September 22: Revising the survey

October 5: Working with the survey data

October 12: Fall Break

Resources

Baron, J., & Siepmann, M. (1999): Techniques for creating and using web questionnaires in research and teaching University of Pennsylvania.

Davis, D.A. (1994-5). "Gendered Computing." Webster's Weekly.

Devereux, George. (1967). From anxiety to method in the behavioral sciences. The Hague: Mouton & Co. excerpt.

Pew Research Center for the People and the Press. Internet and American Life Project.

Schafer, R. (1958). How was this story told? Journal of Projective techniques, 22, 181-210. (Reprinted in R. Schafer. (1967).Projective techniques and psychoanalysis. New York: International Universities Press, pp. 114-169.) excerpt

Yee, N. (2005). The Daedalus Project: MMORPG Research, Cyberculture, MMORPG Psychology. Motivations Profile Browser. Retrieved from www.nickyee.com March 19, 2005.