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PSYC 211: Statistical Methods

Term: Spring Fall

Credits: 4

Degree Requirements: F6

Statistical methods are an integral part of social sciences, particularly psychology, as they provide the tools that are needed to reveal patterns in complex behavior. Students will develop an appreciation of the role of statistics and knowledge of the major tests that demonstrate differences and relationships. Math 111 cannot be substituted for this course.

Prerequisites: Introduction to Psychological Science, or permission of the instructor