Department of PsychologyMS-B1805Hamline University1536 Hewitt AvenueSaint Paul, MN 55104
Robin ParritzDepartment Chair651firstname.lastname@example.org
Beginning in 1961, the Minnesota
Psychological Association has recognized the outstanding graduating Psychology
major in the state with the Donald G. Paterson Award. The first winner of the
prize was a Hamline University student, and Hamline students have won the prize
20 times, most recently in 2010.In addition, the department
recognizes our outstanding senior with the prestigious Faith Murray Award, a
monetary award generously endowed by a Hamline alum in honor of his aunt, Faith
We also recognize our outstanding junior student with the Donald
Swanson Prize, a monetary award given in memory of the founding member of the
Goals: complete research for department honor, produce a paper in publishable APA format, and orally present research results.
Prerequisites: Psychology 1340 and 1350, and admission by application and approval of a department sponsor.
September: Discuss research proposals and what makes a good literature review.
October: Present literature review outlines and research articles seminal to the project; learn power point; write an abstract for conference submission.
November: Begin the professionalization of the Psychology department space; second literature review draft; present a research proposal; review statistics and SPSS.
December: Present mock data analysis; turn in APA style results section; final literature review and research proposal due; year-end potluck party.
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