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This course covers an introduction to statistical procedures for psychological research. Topics include distributions and graphs, measures of central tendency and variation, z-scores, probability, hypothesis testing, t-tests, Anova, correlation and regression, and Chi square. Students are introduced to the use of SPSS (or a similar program) for analysis and interpretation of data.

PSY 101 and MAT 013 or GSR 104 or the equivalent: or permission of the instructor

Program: Psychology

Credit: 3

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