Research Methods I

Psychology 200

Usual Description

This skills based course introduces descriptive and inferential statistics and basic principles of experimental and non-experimental research design. Topics include probability, chi-square, ANOVA, correlation and regression, sampling, measurement, and the systematic elimination of alternative hypotheses through statistical and experimental control. Scientific writing, use of SPSS, model building, and hypothesis testing are strongly emphasized. The course is intended to provide psychology majors with the core skills they need to carry out and interpret quantitative empirical research.

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Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Psychology 200 Taught by Nancy Darling
Psychology 200 Taught by Nancy Darling
Psychology 200 Taught by Paul Thibodeau
Psychology 200 Taught by Nancy Darling or Paul Thibodeau
Psychology 200 Taught by Nancy Darling or Paul Thibodeau
Psychology 200 Taught by Paul Thibodeau
Psychology 200 Taught by Nancy Darling
Psychology 200 Taught by Nancy Darling
Psychology 200 Taught by Nancy Darling
Psychology 200 Taught by Nancy Darling
Psychology 200 Taught by Nancy Darling
Psychology 200 Taught by Nancy Darling
Psychology 200 Taught by Nancy Darling
Psychology 200 Taught by Nancy Darling
Psychology 200 Taught by Nancy Darling
Psychology 200 Taught by Nancy Darling