(on demand) Students will apply the principles and concepts learned in PSYH 301 by developing and implementing a research project of their interest approved by the instructor. Research activities could range from regining existing experimental procedures to identifying interesting new research questions and developing new experimental manipulation to examine them. Students are required to submit a written report and orally present their research project. Such experiences, particularly if they are extended over several semesters, will further advance the student's ability to obtain graduate training for a career in any area of psychology, whether counseling and therapy, government, industry, science, or academia. May be repeated up to 2 times. Prerequisite: PYH 301 and 302 or permission of instructor. (Odd Years Only).