|Course Title||STATISTICAL METH IN PSYCH|
|Full Title||Statistical Methods in Psychology|
|Description||Quantitative methods in psychology for producing, analyzing, and interpreting data. Sampling, basic research designs, describing distributions, correlation, regression, applications of normal probability curve, confidence intervals, and tests of significance. Analysis and interpretation of data using statistical, spreadsheet, and word processing software. Students with credit or concurrent registration in the following lower division statistics courses will be awarded a total of four units for the two (or more) courses: Psychology 280; Administration, Rehabilitation and Postsecondary Education 201; Biology 215; Civil Engineering 160; Economics 201; Political Science 201; Sociology 201; Statistics 119 and 250.|
|Prerequisite||Psychology 101; satisfaction of the Entry-Level Mathematics requirement. Proof of completion of prerequisites required: Copy of ELM score or verification of exemption.|
|Course Hours||Three lectures and two hours of laboratory.|
|General Text||NOTE: Many psychology courses have enforced prerequisites, meaning the student must provide proof of having completed the prerequisite to the instructor in order to remain enrolled. Students who have not completed an enforced prerequisite and who fail to drop the class officially will be assigned the grade of "WU",which is equivalent to an "F". Before enrolling in psychology courses, students should consult the catalog to determine that they have completed any enforced prerequisites.|
Proof of prerequisite required.
Specific competency requirements must be met prior to enrolling in this class; see section information for details.