PSYC5110 Statistics and Research Design in Psychological Science

Course Description

3 units; 3 Lect.

In this course students will learn to understand the logic, purpose and techniques of statistical analyses, particularly those for psychology, and learn the basic types of experimental designs (e.g., within-subjects designs vs. between-subjects designs) and know how to use them appropriately in various situations. Students will also learn to address the important issues in designing and conducting psychological experiments (e.g., Research ethics, Literature review, Control groups, Presentations). We will emphasize the understanding of logic and attempt to reduce load of memory.