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SOCI 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  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: The maximum UC credit allowed for students completing Sociology 109 and PSYC 109A  or Sociology 109 and MATH 150  is one course. This course is only offered in the fall semester. Note: Sociology 109A is the same course as PSYC 109A .



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