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PSYC - 3150 Psychology Statistics (3)


 Introduces students to statistics and statistical  software used in psychological research and  related fields. Topics covered include data  entry, converting data, descriptive methods  (frequency distributions, graphing, central  tendency, skewness, variability, and kurtosis),  and inferential methods (including hypothesis  testing, t-test, correlation and regression,  analysis of variance, and appropriate follow-up  effect size tests). Data analysis from entry to  computing, interpreting, and writing up results  will be covered. Instructional Method: Face-to-Face and Online. Semesters Offered: fall, spring, or summer terms. Prerequisite: Take PSYC-2150   with a minimum grade of C; also take any general education mathematics course prior to enrollment. 



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