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
Robert Hitlan, Associate Professor
Class Section: 04
Class Nbr: 5029
If two numbers are listed, undergraduate level class number is listed first, graduate level class number is listed second.
Instructions for accessing course materials will be sent to enrolled students' email accounts prior to the start of the course.
For more information:
Trisha Becker, Continuing and Distance Education
Phone: 800-648-3864 or 319-273-7771