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    Feb 21, 2024  
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PSYC 10H STATISTICAL METHODS IN THE BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES HONORS

3 Units - 3 hours lecture
Transfers: CSU, UC
Prerequisite: MATH 253  
This honors course presents the statistical concepts and methods most widely used in behavioral and social science research. Students study the principles of descriptive and inferential statistics, concentrating on the correct analysis of data relating to practical behavioral problems, and the assumptions underlying statistical inferences. The course is recommended as the second course in the psychology major sequence following completion of the introductory course (Psychology 1) and is intended to build an adequate foundation for the study of research methods (Psychology 2).Honors students use SPSS to analyze a real-life data set, and then present research results in A.P.A. formatting and presentation style. Credit may be earned in either PSYC 10 or 10H, but not both. C-ID: SOCI 125 NR



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