A laboratory course designed to establish an understanding of basic procedures used to investigate classical and operant conditioning. Laboratory modules address how various principles of learning (e.g., effects of reinforcement, contiguity, contingency, etc.) affect the acquisition and performance of Pavlovian and operant behavior. Students will conduct research on human and non-human subjects, analyze the obtained data, and summarize their findings in laboratory reports conforming to APA style. Prerequisite: PSY 3100 or permission of instructor. Prerequisite or corequisite: PSY 3214 or permission of the instructor.