University of Calgary

PSYC 312B - Experimental Design and Quantitative Methods for Psychology - Winter 2012

An integrated approach to the methods, principles, and ethics of psychological research and the statistical techniques utilized for the analysis of these data.
This course may not be repeated for credit.


  • F(3-2)


  • This course serves as a prerequisite for all 400- and 500-level Psychology courses (except Psychology 405). Credit towards degree requirements will be given for only one of Anthropology 307, Applied Psychology 301, 303, Engineering 319, Political Science 399, Psychology 312, Sociology 311, 315, Statistics 201, 211, 213, 217, 327, 333, or 357; that one being a course appropriate to the degree program


  • Mathematics 30 or Mathematics 31 or Mathematics II (offered by Continuing Education) or 50 percent or higher on the Mathematics Diagnostic Test (offered by the Mathematics and Statistics Department), and Psychology 205.


This course will be offered next in Summer 2012.
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