STATISTICS FOR THE BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCES I (offered first semester) This course is an introduction to applied statistics as used by behavioural scientists in measurement, data, analysis, and design of experiments. This course stresses both an understanding of the rationale governing the selection of appropriate designs or techniques as well as practical experience in calculation. Topics include: scaling, measures of central tendency and variability, probability, statistical inference and hypothesis testing, means test (z and t), correlational techniques, chi-square and other non-parametric techniques, and analysis of variance. Three hours a week. 10-09-2018-26-11-2018 Lecture Monday 05:00PM - 08:00PM, Room to be Announced