ST507 - Statistics For the Behavioral Sciences I
- Prerequisites: None
- Term & Frequency: Offered in Fall and Spring
- Student Audience: Graduate students in the social sciences
- Credit: 3 credits
- Recent Texts: Statistical Methods for the Social Sciences by Agresti and Finlay
- Recent Instructors: Roger Woodard, Charlie Smith
- Background and Goals: Basic introduction to methods of statistics for students who are graduate students in a variety of social sciences.
- Content: A general introduction to the use of descriptive and inferential statistics in behavioral science research. Methods for describing and summarizing data presented, followed by procedures for estimating population parameters and testing hypotheses concerning summarized data.
- Alternatives: ST511, ST513
- Subsequent Courses: ST508
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