Research Seminar. In this advanced methods course, we study feminist empirical approaches to psychological research. The first part considers several key feminist empiricist philosophies of science, including positivist, experiential and discursive approaches. The second part focuses on conceptualizations of gender-beyond difference-based approaches-and their operationalization in recent empirical articles. The capstone is an application of feminist perspectives on psychological science to a group research project in the domain of health and well-being. Prerequisites: PSY 100, 202, and a gender studies course (from any department). Instructor permission is required.