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PSY 299 Research Methods/Statistics II

A continuation of PSY 295, it is strongly recommended that students take this course in the semester immediately following PSY 295. This course involves further examination of psychological research strategies and statistical applications, such as regression, probability, the logic of inferential statistics, t-tests, ANOVA, using statistical analysis software, experimental design, research ethics, drawing conclusions from research, and APA writing style. In this course, students will complete the psychological study designed in PSY 295, including data collection, data analysis, and submission of a formal research report. Fulfills writing-intensive requirement. May serve as a capstone experience for students completing an Interdepartmental Studies major including Psychology (research project must be interdisciplinary with other discipline(s) comprising Interdepartmental Studies major). Prerequisite: successful completion of PSY 295 with a C or better. Fall, Spring