PSYCH295001FinalSyllabusSpring2011 (1)

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PSYCHOLOGY 295-001:  STATISTICAL METHODS Spring 2011 Location:  BSU Main Campus, Liberal Arts Building, LA106 Meeting Times:  Monday 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. Instructor:  Teresa Taylor, Ph.D. Email:   [email protected]   Office:  Education Bldg, #624 Phone:  426-1183 Office Hours:  M-W (11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. and 3:00-5:00 p.m.) COURSE DESCRIPTION AND OBJECTIVES: This course will introduce you to the purpose and use of statistical concepts and methods  commonly used in treatment of data in the social sciences.  Topics covered will include  measures of central tendency and variability, regression and correlation, probability, hypothesis  testing and analysis of variance. Most of you are in this course because it is required.  You may feel concerned or anxious about  taking a statistics course.  To address these concerns, we will focus on developing confidence  with performing mathematical operations by learning about and applying statistical terms and  symbols, as well as computing formulas.  Concurrently, we will be examining the concepts  behind the formulas. Statistical knowledge is incremental – new material will build on what you have learned earlier in 
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