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Statistics for Behav and Social Sciences I

Introduction to the basic tools of applied statistics, using the latest version of SPSS as a platform to achieve a hands-on experience with real data. Topics include both descriptive (measures of location, variability, correlation, and simple regression) and inferential (probability, central limit theorem, sampling distributions, hypothesis tests, and confidence intervals) statistics. The course is not appropriate for students seeking to learn the mathematical underpinnings of these techniques.

Course #
APSTA-GE 2001
Units
3
Department
Applied Statistics, Social Science, and Humanities