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Unformatted text preview: Statistics 101 Fall 2010 Introduction to Quantitative Methods for Psychology and the Behavioral Sciences Course Objective: Statistics 101 introduces the basic concepts of statistics and the statistical methods that are most commonly used in the social and behavioral sciences. There is no prerequisite. The first half of the course introduces descriptive statistics and the inferential statistical methods of confidence intervals and significance tests, applied to means and proportions. The second half introduces bivariate and multivariate methods, emphasizing contingency table analysis, regression, and analysis of variance. Instructor: Alan Agresti, Science Center 300E, e-mail AA@STAT.UFL.EDU, phone (617) 495-5325 Office Hours: Tuesday 2:30-4:30 pm, Thursday 11:30-12:30, and by appointment. Teaching Fellows: Jonathan Hennessy (firstname.lastname@example.org), SC 908, and Roee Gutman (email@example.com), SC 610. TF sections will meet in SC 705 Wednesday 10-11 am (Jon) and 2-3 pm (Roee) and Thursday 12-1 pm (Jon) and 2-3 pm (Roee) at which you can ask questions about course material, homework exercises, and software, and they may present extra examples to supplement the ones presented in class lectures. The TFs will also hold office hours for individual help. Course web page: You can access this at my.harvard.edu, and also at www.stat.ufl.edu/ aa/harvard/ Text: Statistical Methods for the Social Sciences , by A. Agresti and B. Finlay, Pearson Prentice-Hall 4th edition, 2009 Exams and grades: Two exams during the term and the final exam each contribute to 25% of the final course grade. Make-ups will not be given unless arrangements have been made prior to the exam, and then...
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