Students studying experimental psychology learn to ask the appropriate questions and conduct research in applied settings as business, government, and health care. They receive a combination of training in basic scientific methods and social psychological theory with practical experience in a variety of work settings.
Specifically, students learn various research skills including methods, design, statistics, and computer skills. As well, they learn about the psychological theory, brain, behavior, and cognitive science area of psychology. This includes animal learning, cognition, perception, neuroscience, and neuropsychology.
Study and Work in Experimental Psychology in Canada