PSYC 2100

Statistics for the Behavorial Sciences

Prereq: PSYC 1110, (C or higher) MATH 1080, or MATH 1090, or MATH 1100, or higher

This course introduces statistical analysis and research designs used in the behavioral sciences. In it students use statistical software (e.g., SPSS) to conduct descriptive and inferential data analyses. They choose and apply statistical procedures to help answer psychological and behavioral scientific research questions, and gain an introduction to commonly used research methods. In order to see how statistical methods and findings are reported in behavioral science research, students read, interpret, evaluate, and write APA-style Results sections.

Credits: 4
Semesters: Spring
MnTC Goals: 5

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