Part II of a two-semester sequence, which provides a structured way of posing questions and analyzing data with classical experimental designs. The course introduces statistical inference and hypothesis testing with single-group studies, single-factor experiments, and factorial designs. Alternative ways of carrying out research are also reviewed, including the treatment of categorical data, single-subject quasi-experiments, case studies, surveys, archival and small-N research. A research proposal is required. Prerequisite: Psychology 206, completed with a grade of "C-" or better. Students are encouraged to take Psychology 207 in the semester following Psychology 206
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