Course description

Students learn strategies to evaluate experimental designs and methodology. Emphasis is on using computer application of statistical models that use multi-group paradigms and linear analyses including the t-test, Analysis of Variance, and regression. Nonparametric statistics and evaluation of quasi-experimental designs are also included. [(Prereq: (PSY 100 AND STAT 100 AND PSY 200 AND PSY 200L) OR (PSY 300)) AND (Coreq: PSY 301L)]

Units: 3

Fall 2019 sections

Section: 1
Number: 42133
Units: 3
Seats: 11/30
  • Monday, Wednesday 8 – 9:20 am
    Heron Hall - 160
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Section: 1
Number: 43787
Units: 1
Seats: 11/30
  • Monday, Wednesday 9:25 – 9:50 am
    Heron Hall - 160
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Section: 2
Number: 42174
Units: 3
Seats: 14/30
  • Monday, Wednesday 10 – 11:20 am
    Heron Hall - 160
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Section: 2
Number: 43788
Units: 1
Seats: 14/30
  • Monday, Wednesday 11:25 – 11:50 am
    Heron Hall - 160
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Section: 3
Number: 42688
Units: 3
Seats: 24/30
  • Tuesday, Thursday 4 – 5:20 pm
    Heron Hall - 110
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Section: 3
Number: 43789
Units: 1
Seats: 25/30
  • Tuesday, Thursday 5:25 – 5:50 pm
    Heron Hall - 110
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