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Psy 322 Week 2 Individual Assignment

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MEMORANDUM

To: XXXXXX

From: XXXXX

Date:

Subject: Designer Women’s Clothing (DWC)

Introduction

Advertising and attempting to determine which users have confidence in and how one could act towards services and products can be tough. Designer Women’s Clothing effort is searching a advertising possibility to produce a profile of content-driven sites which can be operated with a reduced operation expense, and provide several hundred thousand user visits monthly, the first “DWC-Web” would concentrate on designer fashions.

Marketing Objectives

To get information and develop concepts regarding a Fashion Web regarding preferred content, possible advertising hurdles, legalities and insight into control over the fashion web, which may depend greatly on high-income contributors in urban centers for content. Users with the proper attitude and objective to buy a number of designer clothes are required, to meet the exclusive demands of a small company. T

PSYCH 200 Independent Study in Psychological Issues (1-4 credits)

This course allows a student to focus on a Psychological Issue of personal interest, under the supervision of a Psychology faculty member. Completion of an introductory psychology course or a first year seminar is recommended. This course will not count toward elective credits for the Psychology or BCN majors. This course cannot be used to fulfill the lab requirement for the Psychology and BCN majors. This course may be taken for a maximum of 4 credits. Letter graded (A-E).

PSYCH 322 Field Practicum in Research Techniques for Psychology (1-4 credits)

This course offers an opportunity to apply academic knowledge within the context of a psychological research setting. It is intended to be an introductory experience within a psychology research lab. Completion of an introductory psychology course and at least sophomore standing are recommended. The faculty member and the student develop an academic component (e.g. paper, reading list) that will pertain to the student's experience in the lab. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits. Credit is granted for a combined total of six credits of 300-level Psychology research (Psych 322 & 326.  including old course numbers Psych 323 & 327). Students should contact a Psychology Advisor to determine if these courses will work in their major plan. LS&A Experiential. These courses are Mandatory graded Credit/No Credit.

PSYCH 326 Faculty Directed Early Research for Psychology (1-4 credits)

The student works with the instructor on various aspects of psychological research, completes readings, collects and analyzes data and produces a written report as directed by the instructor. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits. A student may elect a combined maximum of 6 credits of 300-level Psychology research (Psych 322 & 326. including old course numbers Psych 323 & 327). Students should contact a Psychology Advisor to determine if these courses will work in their major. LS&A Independent. Letter graded (A-E).

PSYCH 422 Faculty Directed Advanced Research for Psychology as a Natural Science (1-4 credits)

Arrangements may be made for adequately prepared students to undertake individual research of their own design under the direction of a faculty member. These courses are intended for students who have completed either PSYCH 322, 323, 326 or 327 and/or have the equivalent research experience (e.g. PSYCH 331/332), are of at least junior standing and have completed at least one psychology breadth course. Please note that the student must have a proposal approved by both the faculty member and then reviewed by the Undergraduate Chair and/or the Committee for Undergraduate Studies before registering for these courses. Requires a final paper, a copy of which must be given to the Psychology Student Academic Affairs Office before the student's grade is issued. A maximum of 6 credits may be earned. Only one section of these courses may be taken within the same semester. Students should contact a Psychology Advisor to determine if these courses will work in their major. LS&A Independent. Letter graded (A-E).

422 Proposal Form (PDF file)

PSYCH 423 Faculty Directed Advanced Research for Psychology as a Social Science (1-4 credits)

Arrangements may be made for adequately prepared students to undertake individual research of their own design under the direction of a faculty member. These courses are intended for students who have completed either PSYCH 322, 323, 326 or 327 and/or have the equivalent research experience (e.g. PSYCH 331/332), are of at least junior standing and have completed at least one psychology breadth course. Please note that the student must have a proposal approved by both the faculty member and then reviewed by the Undergraduate Chair and/or the Committee for Undergraduate Studies before registering for these courses. Requires a final project, a copy of which must be given to the Psychology Student Academic Affairs Office before the student's grade is issued. A maximum of 6 credits may be earned. Only one section of these courses may be taken within the same semester. Psych 423 will fulfill the upper-level writing requirement, as well as the methods-based laboratory requirement (for psychology and BCN concentrators) and the research-laboratory requirement (for neuroscience concentrators). Students should contact a Psychology Advisor to determine how these courses will work in their major. LS&A Independent. Letter graded (A-E).

423 Proposal Form (PDF file)

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