Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences

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Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences

Gravetter, Frederick J.

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Research Methods for the Behavioral Sciences

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PSYC30013 Research Methods for Human Inquiry Semester 1, 2016

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The lectures are not well organised at all as they put way too much content in the first few lectures and it was really hard to digest them as someone new to statistic. The later lectures became relatively easier to understand after exposing to similar content over and over again. Overall, the content is pretty short, way less content than any other psych subjects. It was essential a few concepts but applied to a variety of context. The lab classes were amazing, I learned way more from the lab classes than the lectures and tutor (Hayley) was amazing. She clarified a lot of things that I did not understand from the lectures and I'm sure most of the tutors are great too. Lastly, R is a great thing to learn even though it is difficult.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

The entire statistics subject underwent a major overhaul in 2019. The biggest change was the dumping of SPSS and the introduction of R. Consequently it was a bit of a mess. Paul was under-prepared and it felt very 'experimental'. I felt like a guinea pig and I know for certain we did not get the full range of materials available to students in previous years to help develop our learning. The lecture notes had spelling and mathematical errors consistently throughout the semester which made for studying the content annoying as you always had to refer to the discussion board to clarify with Paul if what you thought was a typo, was actually an error made on his behalf (it always was). The exam had a question from what was taught the year before, but was not taught to us. The exam is strange, it has some easy questions but also some very frustrating ones because of the unnecessarily over complicated wording. On a positive note learning R was good and I appreciate the skills and knowledge I gained. Overall I think the subject will improve in the years moving forward but in 2019 it was quite dodgy.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Paul provides a wealth of notes and infomation in this subject, as well as practice questions for each week and comprehensive notes for each week's lab class. Good introduction to statistical methods in the behavioural sciences.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Paul was a very knowledgeable and helpful lecturer. He made complicated stat content into step by step, and digestible pieces for us to follow through, and eventually understood it. We were provided with lots of resources. Geoff and my tutor were very helpful as well, they carried us through the entire subject - don't know how I could have made it through without the tutorials, revision exercise and discussion board!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Thought the subject was taught poorly

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Useful and helpful for practising clinicians.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Worried about stats? Don't be! This course is incredibly comprehensive and presented in an easy to understand manner. Do the practise questions and tute activities and you will do well!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

The subject was well taught and we had lots of resources to help us along the way!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

This was a really well taught subject. The lecturers and tutors are incredible and make learning stats really exciting and rewarding.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

I enjoyed studying this subject. Very well taught and there was a strong emphasis on understanding rather than rote memory.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015