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PSYC 3101 300 STATISTICS AND RESEARCH METHODS IN PSYCHOLOGY Spring, 2008 3:30 -4:45 pm TR Muen E0046 Dr. Diane Martichuski Office location: Muenzinger D251-E Phone: 303.492.4246 Office Hours: W 2:15-4:45 pm or by appt. E-mail Address: Wiki for class: Link from or direct at (login information will be announced in class). Required Text: Gravetter, F.J., & Wallnau, L.B. (2007). Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences (7 th ed.). Belmont: Thomson Wadsworth. Graduate Teaching Assistants (see wiki for detailed info on TAs): Keith Lohse Hiromi Sumiya Dusty Young Ana Nunes Kenneth Kubala Lab Sections (You must be registered for one of these): SECTION TIME LOCATION YOUR TA INFO: 310 11:00 - 12:50 M Muen E0014 311 9:00 - 10:50 T Muen E0014 NAME: 312 1:00 - 2:50 T Muen E0014 OFC LOC: 313 1:00 - 2:50 R Muen E0014 OFC HRS: 314 9:00 - 10:50 W Muen E0014 EMAIL: See also TA info and lab schedule on course wiki for other TAs office hours and locations. COURSE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES Students will demonstrate knowledge of basic statistical measures, including descriptive measures of central tendency, variability, and frequency and probability, and inferential measures of t- tests, analyses of variance, correlation, linear regression, and chi-square. Students will also learn to use statistical software, and will learn basic methods for conducting research.
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REQUIREMENTS AND CLASS INFORMATION 1. Students are expected to read the assigned chapters. 2. Five exams will be given. The first two (statistics, unit) exams will each be worth 100 points. The third statistics (concepts) unit exam and the methods exam will be combined and will be worth 80 points. The lab R exam will also be worth 100 points. The final (comprehensive) exam will be worth 200 points. Students may not share books, calculators, or computers during exams. Makeup exams will only be given in extreme cases, and will occur during finals week (exceptions are students on
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