This course will introduce students to both descriptive and uni-variate inferential statistical procedures used commonly in social science research. Three different aspects of statistical reasoning will be emphasised: (1.) computational formulas and assumptions, (2.) computer applications using SPSS, and (3.) appropriate uses of uni-variate statistics. The topics we will cover include descriptive summary statistics, correlation, regression, t-tests, and analysis of variance (ANOVA). Very little time will be spent on data manipulation and data transformation (as these topics are covered in the SPSS Application)
Registering at least one week before the deadline is recommended as this class may fill up or be cancelled due to low enrollment.
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