Psychological Research Methodology
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Courtney von Hippel does an excellent job at explaining all of the many statistical tests you learn in this course. She tries hard to make the content relevant and engaging and explain things thoroughly. She's also incredibly lovely and willing to get feedback from students to provide the best experience possible. The workbook, while needing a little editing as it suffers from a few inconsistencies in places, is an amazing resource that really helps the proper procedure for the maths to sink in. I found this course easier than PSYC1040 (first year stats) because the theory was largely the same as in first year and most of the learning was just understanding what tests to do in what situations and how to do them.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018
I expected this course to be far harder than it was. I enjoyed the delivery of the lecture content and found it easy to follow. However, the lecturer moves incredibly fast through content so you have to pay attention or you will fall behind and be lost for the rest of the lecture. I didn't have a very good tutor but even still I ended up with a solid mark just by working through the workbook so overall its a great course.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017
Boring content but the lecturer was efficient in getting through it in the 2 hours. He made it less dry and a tad more bearable
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017
I think the course quality is really dependent on the lecture and tutor you have for the course. I had an excellent tutor who went beyond for his students. As long as you keep ahead of the curve with this subject, the content becomes much easier. Statistics is so important in later subjects and assessments (critical analysing articles, understanding papers, and future courses). Once you start getting a grip of statistics, it's actually quite fun to learn (and to the teach), especially when SPSS gets involved. Don't fear the numbers!
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2013
The tutorial workbook is fantastic for helping you to understand this subject. Great lecturer and great for improving your understanding of statistics as long as you put the effort in.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015
Another great Stats course, I had a good lecturer when I did it too which made all the difference! Made it super easy to learn. I loved the fact we got to practice what we learned in lectures in tutorials, that way it really cemented in my mind and prepared me for exams.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014
Really know your conceptual stuff! - The computations are important, but the conceptual questions are really essential to understand!
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015
8am lectures were tough, but it gives you a good understanding of statistics before moving on to SPSS!