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Unformatted text preview: 1 PSYCHOLOGY 11 UC Riverside Psychological Methods: Statistical Procedures Fall 2007 LAST REVISED Friday, September 28, 2007 INSTRUCTOR TEACHING ASSISTANTS Dale Barr Anne Cybenko Lisa Fast Timothy Gann LECTURES SECTIONS Time Location No. Time Location MWF 02:10p-03:00p HMNSS 1501 021 M 05:10p-07:00p OLMH 420 022 T 08:10a-10:00a OLMH 420 023 T 10:10a-12:00p OLMH 420 024 T 01:10p-03:00p OLMH 420 025 T 03:10p-05:00p OLMH 420 026 W 08:10a-10:00a OLMH 420 COURSE DESCRIPTION This course surveys basic elements of data analysis in Psychology, including: measures of central tendency, variaiblity, correlation, introduction to sampling distributions, statistical inference and hypothesis testing. TEXTBOOK Students are permitted to use either the 8th or 9th editions of the textbook. Copies of the 8th edition are on reserve at Rivera Library. Spatz, C. (2007). Basic statistics: Tales of distributions (9th Ed.). Belmont, CA: Wadsworth/Thomson. Spatz, C. (2005). Basic statistics: Tales of distributions (8th Ed.). Belmont, CA: Wadsworth/Thomson. GRADING Final grades for the course will be assigned on the following basis: Problem sets (10%), Midterm Exam I (20%), Midterm Exam II (20%), Final Exam (50%). Exam II (20%), Final Exam (50%)....
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