Statistics in Experimental Design
- Harry David Smith
Overview of classThe course concentrates on the analysis of data obtained from experiments in the behavioral sciences, especially psychology. Major emphasis is placed on analysis of variance techniques going from simple single-factor independent group designs to multiple-factor designs involving both between- and within- subject manipulations. General rules are stressed.
Registration RequirementsP/N is not allowed. Students must have had a single undergraduate course in statistics (taken in any department). Furthermore students should have had a course on experimentation in behavioral science (such as Experimental Psychology) or some experience in experimentation.
Teaching MethodLecture, discussion, readings from original source articles as well as from the text.
Evaluation MethodHomework problem sets, a midterm, and a final exam.
Class Materials (Required)"Design and Analysis: A Researcher's Handbook" by Keppel
Class AttributesAttendance at 1st class mandatory
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