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PSYC 305 (Fall or Winter)
Statistics For Experimental Design    (3 credits)

(Prerequisite: PSYC 204 or equivalent) (This course is required of all students who propose to enter an Honours or Major program in Psychology) (You may not be able to receive credit for this course and other statistic courses. Be sure to check the Course Overlap section under Faculty Degree Requirements In the Arts or Science section of the Calendar.) An introduction to the design and analysis of experiments, including analysis of variance, planned and post hoc tests and a comparison of ANOVA to correlational analysis.

Fall – Instructor: Rhonda Amsel
Time: MW 01:05 PM-02:25 PM
Location: STBIO S1/4

Winter – Instructor: Hsiu-Ting Yu
Time: TR 02:35 PM-03:55 PM
Location: MCMED 522

Content:   The course focuses on experimental design, emphasizing methods for analyzing data using the analysis of variance. Topics covered and corresponding readings are listed on the course outline. They include one-, two-, and three-way anova, repeated measures, planned and post-hoc tests.

Additional Info:  Psychology PSYC 305 is required of all students who propose to enter a Major or Honours Program in psychology and is a prerequisite for  PSYC 536. Students who have successfully completed one or more of the following courses in other departments are considered to have had the equivalent of Psychology PSYC 305; Agricultural/Environmental Mathematics AEMA 411; Economics ECON 257D1/D2; Geography GEOG 351; Management MGCR 272; Mathematics MATH 204, MATH 324; Sociology SOCI 461.

Last update: May 1, 2015
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