PSY 226: Statistical Methods in Psychology.
4 hours, 4 credits. Descriptive and inferential statistics and their applications to the analysis and interpretation of psychological data. Among the topics discussed are central tendency, variability, correlation and regression, hypothesis testing, analysis of variance, power analysis, and the relationship of research design to statistics. Hand calculators and computers will be introduced and utilized throughout the course as adjuncts to data analysis. PREREQ: MAT 104 or equivalent, any MAT course that has MAT 104 as a prerequisite, or Departmental permission.
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