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PSY 225 - Methods, Statistics, and Applications


4 credits
Provides a foundational understanding of experimental designs along with appropriate statistical tests (e.g., descriptive statistics, t-tests, One-Way ANOVA, Factorial ANOVA, correlations, regression, and chi-square). Students will also engage in practice using and designing experimental studies, survey writing, correlational, and quasi-experimental research designs, data analysis, and data collection techniques. Psychology majors are the primary audience for this course.  (Proposed as a designated statistics course for the B.S. degree.) Prerequisite(s): MTH 243  . Corequisite(s): PSY 225L  .
Graded (A-F) only



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