Experimental Psychology Graduate Programs
Experimental psychology refers to the process of using human or animal subjects in scientific experiments to further psychological knowledge. Experimental psychology is used across various applications of psychology and addresses topics such as memory, cognition, emotion, and learning. Experimental psychologists utilize a variety of laboratory instruments and work in a wide range of professional settings. Both campus programs and online experimental psychology graduate programs exist.
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