PSY 3616 - Psychological Statistics and Methods II
Credits:(4) Typically taught: Spring [Full Sem]
This course will focus on the scientific methods of behavioral and psychological research. Specific emphasis will be placed upon research design, study preparation, data collection, and analysis of experiments on human and animal behavior as well as proposal writing and critiques of experimental literature. The course will cover experimental and quasi-experimental approaches and the statistical tools associated with these approaches (e.g., ANOVAs). Prerequisite: MATH 1010 or equivalent, PSY 1010 and PSY 3615.