|Course Title||MULTIVARIATE STATISTICS|
|Full Title||Multivariate Statistics in Psychology|
|Description||Introduction to multivariate techniques. Latent structure models with attention to relationship between latent constructs and observable data. Includes causal models, factor analysis (both exploratory and confirmatory), canonical correlation, path analysis, discriminant function analysis, and loglinear analysis.|
|Prerequisite||Psychology 670A-670B or 770A-770B and consent of instructor.|
|Course Hours||Two lectures and two hours of activity.|
|General Text||NOTE: Graduate courses in psychology are not open to post-baccalaureate unclassified students. NOTE: Priority for enrollment in graduate courses in psychology is given to psychology students who have the courses as requirements in their respective programs.|
Reserved for classified graduate students in psychology: major codes 20011 and 20031.
Plus one additional hour to be arranged.
Students must contact the department for approval to enroll and to obtain schedule number for this section. Graduate students please note: to enroll in 799A or 799B, you must contact the Graduate Division Office located in SSE 1410; prior to enrolling you must have an approved "Appointment of Thesis/Project Committee" form on file with the Graduate Division. Contact your departmental graduate advisor for details and deadlines.
The following student levels are allowed: Graduate.