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PSYC 3302 Intermediate Statistics (Fall/Spring: 3 )

Course Description

This is an intermediate level statistics course covering statistics from where PSYC1120 leaves off. The class will focus on the statistical analyses used in current psychological research and that students will need in carrying out independent research, in joining the Honors Program, or in volunteering in a lab. Topics include multiple regression, general linear modeling, and repeated measures analysis of variance. By the end of the semester, students should come away with a solid foundation in proper experimental design, data collection, and analysis. Students should expect to become adept at analyzing complex datasets using sophisticated statistical testing and become familiar with new and emerging statistical software and computer coding.

Instructor(s): Kyle Gobrogge

Prerequisites: PSYC1120.

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Last Updated: 24-Jun-17