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PSYC 109A - Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis for the Behavioral Sciences


4 units
3 hours lecture, 3 hours lab
Prerequisite: PSYC 101  or PSYC 101H  or SOCI 101  or SOCI 101H  and MATH 73  or MATH 80  with a minimum grade of C in prerequisite
Credit, degree applicable
Transfer CSU, UC*

Students are taught standard descriptive and inferential statistics for summarizing sample data and estimating population parameters. All aspects of significance testing are emphasized: hypotheses, models, calculations, interpretations, and criticisms. Students are also taught to review scientific articles critically and to write APA-style manuscripts.

Note: Psychology 109A is the same course as SOCI 109A .  

The maximum UC credit allowed for students completing Psychology 109A and SOCI 109A  or Psychology 109A and MATH 150  is one course.
(formerly Psychology 9A)



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