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 ACC 210 - Methods & Statistics II

Content

This course consists of two parts. In the first part the most commonly used statistical models are introduced: multivariate regression, factor analysis, (multivariate) analysis of (co)variance, and logistic regression. Furthermore, attention is paid to non-parametric tests. Students learn to apply these models to data using SPSS program. In addition students learn to deal with problems that may occur whenever statistical models are used. The following topics are discussed: model assumptions, multiple hypotheses and power, cross-validation, causality and missing data. At the end of the course students are able to determine which statistical model should be used to investigate different types of research questions. Furthermore, the students are able to execute the corresponding analyses and write a complete report in conforming to APA guidelines.  

Instructor

Dr. Snežana Stupar-Rutenfrans, Sarah Carter M.Sc, dr. Marcin Sklad

Track

Methods & Statistics 

Prerequisites

The following course is required in order to take this course: 

  • ACC 110 Methods & Statistics I

Required for

This course is required in order to take the following course:

  • ACC 310 Methods & Statistics III

Additional info

Mandatory for all Social Science majors. Interchangeable with ACC 211.