Psychology 210

Summer 2003

 

Calender Entry

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.

Syllabus Syllabus
Office Hours Mon 8 - 9, Wed 3 - 4, Fri 2 - 3
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Statistics Links on the Internet Statistics Links
   
SPSS Research Data Research Data
(Using Internet Explorer, right click on the Research Data, select "Save As", and save this data to your floppy disk.)
Recoded Research Data
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Research Credits Research Participation Summary
  Registering for Experimetrix (1 research credit if done by Fri June 13)
  Subject Pool Website
   
Lab Assignments

Lab 1: Study Partner (2 mrk)
Lab 2: Graphs (3 mrk)
Lab 3: Intro to SPSS (3 mrk)
Lab 4: SPSS Graphs (4 mrk)
Lab 5: Descriptive Statistics (3 mrk)
Lab 6: Recoding (3 mrk)
Lab 7: Syntax Window (3 mrk)
Lab 8: Writing a Report (4 mrk)
Lab 9: Standard Scores (3 mrk)
Lab 10: Central Limit Theorem (5 mrk)
Lab 11: Replication (3 mrk)
Lab 12: Normal Table (6 mrk)
Lab 13: One-Sample T-test (3 mrk)
Lab 14: Reading a Report (8 mrk)
Lab 15: Type I and Type II errors (3 mrk)
Lab 16: Exam Questions (5 mrk)
Lab 17: Independent T (3 mrk)
Lab 18: Power (6 mrk)
Lab 19: Correlation (3 mrk)

Quizzes and Practice Quizzes

 

Practise Quiz 1 Answers
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Practice Quiz 2 Answers
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Practice Quiz 3 Answers
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Practice Quiz 4 Answers
Quiz 4 Answers
Independent Sample T Answers
Power Answers
Correlation Answers


Practice Homeworks
(not for marks)
Probability
Standard Scores
Handouts What probability formula to use?
Sampling Distribution Example

 

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