Descriptive and inferential statistical analysis and hypothesis testing applied to psychological research data.

Course Details

You will need access to Microsoft Word and Excel for this course.
College algebra, Psych 101, Psych 111, Psych 210, and Psych 307
Course Outline
Chapter 1: Asking and Answering Research Questions
Chapter 2: Research Fundamentals: Don't Fool Yourself
Chapter 3: Picturing and Describing Data
Chapter 4: The Normal Distribution and Sampling
Chapter 5: Confidence Intervals and Effect Sizes
Chapter 6: p Values, Null Hypothesis Significance Testing, and Confidence Intervals
Chapter 7: The Independent Groups Design
Chapter 8: The Paired Design
Chapter 9: Meta-Analysis
Chapter 10: Open Science and Planning Research
Chapter 11: Correlation
Chapter 12: Regression
Chapter 13: Frequencies, Proportions, and Risk
Chapter 14: Extended Designs: One Independent Variable
Chapter 15: Extended Designs: Two Independent Variables
Chapter 16: Future Directions
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Introduction to the New Statistics: Estimation, Open Science, & Beyond. (Required)
by: G Cumming and R Calin-Jageman
ISBN: 9781138825529
2016 Routledge
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