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Dr. Fred Foster-Clark

Department of Psychology

Millersville University

P. O. Box 1002

Millersville, PA 17551-0302

office: Byerly Hall Room 248

phone: 717.872.3933

fax: 717.871.2480

email:Frederick.Foster-Clark@millersville.edu

Below are links to my courses as well as my research projects. Please note that all of my courses are Blackboard supported. Please connect to the MU Online Courses website to access course information.

Spring 2012 Summer 2 2012 Fall 2012
Principles of Statistics & Experimental Design I (PSYC 211.00) Principles of Statistics & Experimental Design I (PSYC 211.01) Principles of Statistics & Experimental Design II (PSYC 212.01)
Development of Child & Adolescent (PSYC 227.04)   First Seminar -- Why We Hate (UNIV 103.13F)
Development of Child & Adolescent (PSYC 227.05)   Advanced Lab in Child & Adolescent Psychology (PSYC 496.02)
Honors Seminar (PSYC 490.01)    

Books for Summer 2012:

Principles of Statistics & Experimental Design I (PSYC 211.01)

Required:

McBride, D.M. (2013). Process of research in Psychology(2nd Ed.). Los Angeles: Sage Publications. (ISBN: 978-1-4129-9955-7)

McBride, D.M. & Cutting, J.C.(2013). Lab manual for psychological research (3rd Ed.). Los Angeles: Sage Publications. (ISBN: 978-1-4129-9932-8)

Pyrczak, F. & Bruce, R.R. (2011). Writing empirical research reports (7th Ed.) . Glendale, CA: Pyrczak Publishing. (ISBN: 1-884585-97-3)

A basic calculator and flash drive are needed and should be brought to every class and lab, along with the textbooks.

Helpful but not required : [Note: APA Manuals came out in new editions on July 1, 2009. Please do NOT purchase the old (5th) editions.]

American Psychological Association (2009). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (6th Ed.). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association. (ISBN: 1-4338-0561-8 )

Office Hours for Summer 2012:

TBD

Other times by appointment

Courses taught:

Principles of Statistics and Experimental Design I & II (PSYC 211 & PSYC 212)

Research Design & Statistical Analysis (Graduate)

Development of the Child & Adolescent

Why We Hate (First Seminar)

Advanced Lab in Child and Adolescent Psychology

Acquiring Gender: Developmental Perspectives

General Psychology

Advanced Adolescent Psychology (Graduate)

Advanced Child Psychology (Graduate)

Psychology Honors Seminar

Links.

Resources for Tests & Measures in Psychology.

My Research Projects.

Last modified 8/12/11