Seminar in Mathematical Psychology
Psychology College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences
Variable topics concerning the application of mathematical and statistical methods to psychology, with emphasis on jointly publishing a methods paper.
Grade Rule 8: A, B, C, D, E, I (Standard grade rule)
2. Computational ability in advanced quantitative methods
Students will be able to accurately perform the major calculations of the quantitative methods covered in the course. Measurement: Computational exam questions.
1. Conceptual basis and theory of the topic(s) in advanced quantitative methods
Students will be able to explain the rationale and the theoretical basis of the statistical/mathematical concepts, formulae, and notations. Measurement: Essay exam questions
3. Data analysis skills
Students will acquire skill in using statistical/mathematical analysis applications to analyze data sets. Measurement: Test of computer analysis skill, using a collection of example data sets and a statistical analysis application.