Syllabus - Syllabus:Psychology240,Spring,2009...

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Syllabus: Psychology 240, Spring, 2009 Course title: Introduction to Psychological Statistics Course number: Psychology 240, Section B Course discipline: Psychology Course dates: January 26, 2009 to May 12, 2009 LECTURE Time & Place: MWF: 3:35 PM to 4:25 PM, Herter Hall 227 LAB Time & Place: BL01: W 5:05 PM – 5:55 PM Tobin Hall 306 BL02: Tu 9:30 AM – 10:20 AM Tobin Hall 306 BL03: F 12:20 PM – 1:10 PM Tobin Hall 306 BL04: Th 9:30 AM – 10:20 AM Tobin Hall 306 BL05: F 1:25 PM – 2:15 PM Tobin Hall 306 BL06: F 2:30 PM – 3:20 PM Tobin Hall 306 Instructor Information Name: Richard S. Bogartz Title: Professor of Psychology E-mail: [email protected] Office location: 410 Tobin Hall Office hours: Tobin 410: 2:30 – 3:20 PM MWF or by appointment. I am happy to meet with you and be of whatever help possible concerning any aspect of the course. Phone 545-0440 Graduate teaching assistant, ______________ is a graduate student in Psychology Phone: ________ Office Hours: Tobin 420: _________ Email: ______ Graduate teaching assistant, ______________ is a graduate student in Psychology Phone: ________ Office Hours: Tobin 420: _________ Email: ______ WebCt info We are using SPARK system Website for WebCT: Textbook Aron, A., Aron, E. N., & Coups, E. J. (2005). Statistics for Psychology, Fifth Edition. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall. THE TEXTS ARE AVAILABLE AT AMHERST BOOKS, 8 MAIN ST., AMHERST. 413- 256-1547
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Course Goals The goals of the course are to provide you with the opportunity, support, help, teaching, clarification, feedback, and encouragement for you to accomplish the following: understanding the basic concepts of descriptive and inferential statistics; demonstrating competence in a variety of basic statistical skills; and using computer software to obtain basic descriptive statistics for sets of data and to perform some of the basic statistical tests involved in statistical inference. One set of skills to be acquired will involve perceptual recognition of formulas, graphs, and tables, verbal comprehension of concepts, and the ability to distinguish between similar ideas, formulas, etc. which have important differences between them. A second set will be production skills where you will be expected to be able to produce definitions and formulas, compute numerical values needed for statistical analysis, be familiar with important tables or produce tables showing the results of analysis, and to know how to read and produce various graphs that show the results of statistical computations. You will also become familiar with some of the web sites available for performing statistical computations and clarifying the meaning of important statistical concepts. You will also begin to be prepared to use this knowledge in your future activities as a psychology student and beyond.
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