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<p>See: <a href="https://statisticsofdoom.com/page/basic-statistics/" rel="nofollow">https://statisticsofdoom.com/page/basic-statistics/</a> for full links of videos and structure.</p> <p><strong>Course description:</strong></p> <p>Principles and methods of statistics used in psychology; understanding and interpreting psychological data. Typically covers descriptive statistics, hypothesis testing, z-tests, t-tests, ANOVA, correlation, regression, and chi-square analyses.</p> <p><strong>Course Schedule for a 15-week Fall/Spring Semester:</strong></p> <p>The following table provides a proposed 15-week schedule for a fall or spring semester. Materials follow the Nolan and Heinzen Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences; however, course materials are also provided from the Aron, Aron, and Coups Statistics for Psychology. Video links from the YouTube channel are attached to match course materials.</p>
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