Psychology 210

Fall 2002

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PSY 210     Statistical Methods in Psychology

Study and practise with statistical methods especially useful in the presentation and interpretion of psychological data. Prerequisite: PSY 101 and MAT 096, 124, or 126, or satisfactory placement on the mathematics pretest or consent of the instructor.
4 credits.

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Analysis Assignments

1: Introduction (3 percent) Sept 9
2: Graphs (3 percent) Sept 9
3: SPSS Graphs (5 percent) Sept 13
4: Experiment (5 percent) Sept 17
5: Descriptive Stats (3 percent) Sept 19
6: Recoding (3 percent) Sept 19
7: Syntax Window (3 percent) Oct 3
8: Writing a Report (4 percent) Oct 3
9: Standard Scores (3 percent) Oct 10
10: Replication (3 percent) Oct 31
11: Central Limit Theorem (4 per) Oct 31
12: Standard Scores, Interpolation, and Normal Tables (6 percent) Nov 14
13: Reading a Research Report (8 percent) Nov 21
14: One Sample T-Test (3 per) Nov 21
15: Dependent Sample T-test (3 per) Nov 27
16: Exam Questions (5 percent) Dec 5
17: Correlation (3 percent) Dec 5
18: Re-Writing a Research Report (1 percent) Dec 5
19: Power (6 percent) Dec 5

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