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Research Methods I

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The first semester in this two-course sequence is an introduction to the history, methods, data collection, statistical analysis, and ethics of general experimental psychology.  Research studies will be developed, executed, analyzed, reported in American Psychological Association (APA) style, and presented.  Measures of central tendency and deviation, linear and function-free correlation, hypothesis testing, survey designs, and nonparametric techniques will be covered.  Prerequisite:  PSY-100.

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