PSYC-313 Quantitative Methods in Psychology (3)

For psychological researchers to create models of human behavior and communicate their findings in ways that avoid the bias of personal observations and case study idiosyncrasies, it is critical to understand the quantitative methods for analyzing large datasets. This course provides students with a background in the fundamental statistical methods of the field of psychology. Through problem solving, becoming familiar with statistical software, and relating course concepts to real-world research, students learn to analyze psychological data, interpret and critique statistical analyses, apply statistics to psychological topics, and communicate and visualize data to others. In this hands-on course students learn how to use statistical software to perform each type of data analysis. AU Core Integrative Requirement: Quantitative Literacy II. Grading: A-F only. Prerequisite: STAT-202 , STAT-203 , or STAT-204 .

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