This course focuses on the fundamentals of the theory and the application of statistical procedures used in research in the field of psychology. Topics will range from descriptive statistics to simple tests of significance, such as Chi-Square, t-tests, and one-way Analysis-of-Variance. A working knowledge of algebra is assumed.
Restricted to students in the Specialist/Specialist Co-op and Major programs in Psychology, Mental Health Studies, Neuroscience, and Paramedicine. Students in the Minor program in Psychology will be admitted if space permits.
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