**Course description**:

Principles and methods of statistics used in psychology; understanding and interpreting psychological data. Typically covers descriptive statistics, hypothesis testing, z-tests, t-tests, ANOVA, correlation, regression, and chi-square analyses.

**Course Schedule for a 15-week Fall/Spring Semester:**

The following table provides a proposed 15-week schedule for a fall or spring semester. Materials follow the Nolan and Heinzen *Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences*; however, course materials are also provided from the Aron, Aron, and Coups *Statistics for Psychology*. Video links from the YouTube channel are attached to match course materials.

**Download all materials at our OSF page: https://osf.io/e3d9w/.**

All videos are recorded by Dr. B unless noted:

- ^ = Rebecca Knoph
- ` = Katherine Miller
- + = Emily Klug
- * = Jessica Willis

**Additional Videos:**

Topic | Video | Created by |
---|---|---|

Research Methods Theory | Example 1 | Cody Conner |

Research Methods: Hypotheses | Example 1 | Cody Conner |

Random Sampling & Assignment | Example 1 | Cody Conner |

Z-Scores & Descriptive Statistics | Example 1 Example 2 |
Michael Mizer |

Standard Deviation | Example 1 | Michael Mizer |

Reliability Analysis in SPSS | Example 1 | Katherine Miller |

Random Sampling & Assignment | Example 1 | Cody Conner |

Z-tests & Statistical Power | Example 1 | Emily Klug |