PSYC 241 - Basic Stats for Psychologists
An introduction to the collection, organization, and analysis of data from human and animal populations. Methods of sampling, treatment of data and reporting are covered. Descriptive statistics and statistical inference are taught, as are decision factors and error analysis. Students are introduced to the use of statistical computer software.
Prerequisites: MATH 105 OR MATH 110 OR Computed Math Placement Score MA121
Clock Hours - (Lect-Lab): (4-0)
Notes: Course available to Psyc Majors only; not recommended for first semester freshmen.
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