|Course Title||ADVANCED STATISTICS PSYCH|
|Full Title||Advanced Statistics in Psychology|
|Description||Fundamentals of multiple regression and correlation. Principles of experimental design. Analysis of variance including factorial and repeated-measures designs and a priori and post hoc comparisons including trend analysis. Computer-based statistical packages in the analysis of data from psychological research.|
|Prerequisite||Psychology 370, 410, a passing score on the departmental statistics placement test, and consent of master's program adviser.|
|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.|
Class instruction includes use of computers.
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 B, you must contact the graduate division office in SSE 1410 3320; 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.
The following majors are allowed: