Academic Bulletin 2022-2023 
    Apr 22, 2024  
Academic Bulletin 2022-2023 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

PSYCH 307 - Intermediate Statistics

Credits: 4
A continuation of topics discussed in introductory statistics courses. Topics include, but are not limited to, simple effect tests for interactions, False Discovery Rate, linear and polynomial regression analyses, coding for multicategorical predictor variables, and mediation (simple, parallel, and serial) and moderation. In addition, we will compare and contrast Frequentist and Bayesian inference and learn how to conduct basic Bayesian analyses. The course emphasizes close readings of peer reviewed publications and analyzing and reporting data using the JASP statistical package. This course is recommended for students interested in going to graduate school for psychology/other research disciplines or for those who wish to go into careers doing data analytics or research.

Prerequisite: One of the following courses: PSYCH 207 , ECON 202 , BIO 385 , OR MATH 345 .

Distribution Requirements: QR, SP.