# Statistics for psychology course

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Assessment |
Biopsychology |
Comparative |
Cognitive |
Developmental |
Language |
Individual differences |
Personality |
Philosophy |
Social |

Methods |
Statistics |
Clinical |
Educational |
Industrial |
Professional items |
World psychology |

**Statistics:**
Scientific method ·
Research methods ·
Experimental design ·
Undergraduate statistics courses ·
Statistical tests ·
Game theory ·
Decision theory

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**Statistics** - Area of applied mathematics concerned with the data collection, analysis, interpretation and presentation.

## Outline Edit

- Introduction
- Different Types of Data
- Methods of Data Collection
- Summary Statistics
- Displaying Data
- Probability
- Distributions
- Testing Data
- Purpose of Statistical Tests
- Different Types of Tests
- z test for a single mean
- z test for two means
- t-test for a single mean
- t-test for two means
- One-way ANOVA F test
- z test for a single proportion
- z test for two proportions
- testing whether proportion A is greater than proportion B in Microsoft Excel
- Spearman's Rank Coefficient
- Pearson's Product Moment Correlation Coefficient
- Chi-Squared Tests

- Point Estimates
- Single Mean
- Difference of Two Means
- Single Proportion
- Difference of Two Proportions

- Practice Problems
- Numerical methods

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