Part I of a two-semester sequence, which presents the complementary topics of research analysis and statistics. Topics include the nature of research and theory, research methods, measurement theory and procedures, ways of controlling and manipulating variables, univariate and bivariate descriptive statistics, graphical methods, correlation, and regression methods. The basics of probability, sampling distributions and estimation are also presented. Prerequisites: A core course in Psychology and successful completion of a course in basic algebra. Students are strongly encouraged to take Psychology 206 and Psychology 207 in sequential semesters.
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