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JASP Manual

The M.S. in Experimental Psychology students in Dr. Susan Nolan's Research Design and Analysis course developed the attached manual with instructions on using the open-source statistics software JASP. It is available for anyone to use and share for free.

SONA System

For research projects, use the Seton Hall University Psychology Research Sign Up System SONA database.

Institutional Review Board

Seton Hall University's Institutional Review Board for Human Subjects Research [IRB] has been established in accordance with Federal Regulations. This IRB reviews all proposed research involving human subjects in order to ensure that subjects' rights and welfare are adequately protected. Learn more.

Career Center

The Career Center is dedicated to facilitating career development and career-based experiential education opportunities that empower students to discover their unique calling and to engage in lifelong career management. Utilizing faculty, employer and alumni networks, we provide a practical learning environment to ensure that our students are prepared for professional success and service to the common good.

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

The Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) provides free year-round counseling, crisis intervention, consultation, and referral services to the SHU community. Our mission is to foster the psychological health and well-being of our students in order to enable them to thrive, develop, and achieve academic success.

Writing Center

The purpose of the Seton Hall University Writing Center is to provide support for all students, staff, and faculty who require assistance with writing. Though the Writing Center commits a great deal of its resources to the First-Year Writing Program, we are open to anyone who is affiliated with the University - alumni, current students, faculty, administrators, and staff.

Academic Resource Center

The mission of the Ruth Sharkey Academic Resource Center is to help Seton Hall University students realize their full potential and reach beyond. The ARC brings together academic support services into one distinct area that nurtures student success. The ARC promotes student learning and academic excellence by providing opportunities to increase and improve academic achievement and performance.