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Springfield, Massachusetts


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PSYC 724

Psychological Statistics for Counseling Psychologists

This course provides the foundation in the statistical techniques used in scientific and counseling psychology. Specific topics covered include an overview of basic statistics, choosing the correct statistic for research questions, descriptive statistics, statistical techniques for relationships ( i.e., correlation, multiple regressions and factor analysis), statistical techniques for comparing groups ( i.e. T-tests, ANOVA, MANOVA, and ANCOVA), and statistical approaches for multiple variables (i.e. path analysis and structural equation modeling). Students will receive instruction in the use of SPSS and Amos modeling software

Units: 3.0

PSYC 710 - Foundations and Methodology of Social Inquiry