PSYC 143 SC - Advanced Statistics I: Analysis of Variance and Regression
A second course in applied statistics emphasizing analysis of variance and covariance for analyzing complex experiments as well as correlational methods such as multiple regression, factor analysis, and structural equation modeling. Students will develop an intuition for the logic of each statistic and will become skilled at selecting the appropriate tests, using the computer to carry out the calculations, and interpreting the results. Recommended for students planning graduate work in the social and natural sciences or for those involved in research projects that go beyond topics covered in the first course in statistics.
Prerequisite(s): PSYC 103 or an equivalent course.
Instructor: J. Groscup, A. Hartley
Course Credit: 1.0
Please refer to the course schedule on the Scripps Portal for current course offerings and details.
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