In 16X at 10: Alireza Soltani. In 16F at 9L: John Pfister. In 17W at 11: Anna Prescott. In 17S at 9L: John Pfister.
This course covers the various ways in which empirical information is obtained and analyzed in psychology and neuroscience. Statistical techniques covered will include ways to describe center and spread, t-tests, linear regression, chi-square, and complex analysis of variance (ANOVA), as well as use of a common statistical program to analyze data (SPSS). This course is the preferred preparation for Psychology 11, Laboratory in Psychological Science.
Prerequisite: PSYC 1 or PSYC 6 (may be taken concurrently). Because of the large overlap in material covered, no student may receive credit for more than one of the courses ECON 10, GOV 10, MATH 10, MSS 15 or MSS 45, PSYC 10, or SOCY 10 except by special petition. Cannot be taken concurrently with PSYC 11.