Statistics and Research Methods II
|Class hours: 3|
|Semesters Available: Spring|
Years Available: All
|An examination of statistics and research methods used in psychology. In statistics, students will study inferential statistics with such topics as probability, z-scores, t-tests, analysis of variance, and chi-square and other nonparametric procedures. In research methods, students will study the conceptual application of appropriate statistics and research design, questionnaire construction, field experiments, quasi-experiments, and descriptive designs. Students will learn how to write APA style reports and how to use SPSS for statistical analysis. Students will be expected to design and conduct an original research project.|
|Prerequisites: PSYC2013 and PSYC4603. |
5 programs require this course.
No courses require this as a prerequisite or corequisite.