PSYCH 3003 Psychological Statistics -- 4 unit(s)

Introduction to the basic methods of collecting, organizing, and analyzing psychological data. Emphasis on statistical inference (e.g., t tests, F tests, and selected non-parametrics). Provides the student with the basic statistical concepts and skills necessary for the laboratory and survey work and to provide adequate quantitative background for understanding psychological literature. Prerequisite(s): PSYCH 1001 (400:001); PSYCH 3002 (400:101); one college-level mathematics course or consent of instructor.

Term: Spring 2014

Start/End Date: Jan 13, 2013 - May 9, 2013
Meeting Time: Arranged

Location (Facility ID): eLearning

Instruction Mode: Online

Instructor(s): Robert Hitlan, Associate Professor

Class Section: 04

Class Nbr: 5029
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