APP1013 - Psychology 1B
|1.||Discriminate between and identify appropriate statistical techniques for different social research designs and data;|
|2.||Formulate and articulate appropriate statistically testable hypotheses;|
|3.||Demonstrate use of SPSS to accurately compute statistical analyses;|
|4.||Interpret statistical output from SPSS and evaluate output in relation to formulated statistical hypotheses; and|
|5.||Summarise and report statistical findings (in accordance with APA reporting guidelines) to demonstrate analytic skills in solving quantitative research questions.|
|Test||In-class online theoretical test (20 mins)||5%|
|Exercise||In-class online practical exercise (60 mins)||20%|
|Report||Quantitative research report (1,800 words)||60%|
|Test||In-class online theoretical test (60 mins)||15%|
Discovering statistics using IBM SPSS statistics 5th ed.
Field, A. P. (2018)
London Thousand Oaks, California SAGE Publications
SPSS survival manual 6th ed
Pallant, J. (2016)
Sydney: Allen & Unwin
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