PSY 2360: Introduction to Statistics in Social and Behavioral Sciences (2022-2023)

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Presents an introduction to data analysis and research in social and behavioral science. Explores, at an introductory level, descriptive and inferential statistics (e.g., correlation, regression, hypothesis testing, chi-square, experimental / ANOVA analyses) and research applications of those techniques. An emphasis is placed on analysis and handling of real data, processes of discovery in social and behavioral science, understanding published research, and developing professional skills with statistical software.

Term CRN Credits Instructor(s) Days Time Dates Location Open
Autumn 1449 5 Jessica Fossum
M,W,F
9:00AM-10:20 AM
09/12-11/16
McKenna Hall 113
0 of 25 seats open
1 waitlisted
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Restrictions: Criminal Justice, Psychology, Soc Justice/Cultural Studies, Sociology Majors, Minors, Concentrations only.
Equivalent: SOC 2360, CRIM 2360
Crosslisted with: SOC 2360 CRN: 1451
Attributes: WK Quantitative Reasoning
Grade Modes: (Default) Normal Grading
Instructional Methods: Traditional
Note: Full Term

Prerequisites:
(PSY 1180: C- or better
OR CRIM 1110: C- or better
OR SOC 1110: C- or better)
AND (Math Placement Level: B or better
OR MAT 0145: C- or better)