Quantitative Research Methods and Statistics for Psychological Science 1

PSY 204L

First part of two-semester series (204L/205L). Design of research studies and use of statistical methods to become better consumers, creators, and communicators of psychological research. First semester (204L) focused on research design and measurement, ethical issues, statistical tests for observational studies (e.g., t-tests, correlation, non-parametric tests), statistical software, and communicating scientific findings. Students will develop the methodological and statistical knowledge and skills to conduct their own psychological research. Includes lab section. Required for psychology major. Recommended prerequisite: two Psychology or Neuroscience courses (one may be taken concurrently with Psychology 204L). Instructor: G. Samanez-Larkin, Strauman, Vieth, or staff
Curriculum Codes
  • R
  • QS
  • SS
Typically Offered
Fall and/or Spring