UNE unit code: PSYC202
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- Trimester 1 - On Campus
- Trimester 1 - Online
- Trimester 3 - Online
- Armidale Campus
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|Trimester 1||On Campus, Armidale Campus|
*Offering is subject to availability
Intensive schools are for students enrolled in Online Mode only, unless specified in the notes.
|12 April 2021||14 April 2021||Non-Mandatory Intensive School||Trimester 1, Online||Trimester 3 does not have an Intensive School.|
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GradDipPsych students: It is a requirement that students who wish to enrol in PSYC202 in Trimester 1 in order to complete their degree program in three trimesters, complete PSYC101 and PSYC102 in Trimester 3 of the preceding year.
PSYC202 is a 200-level unit that focuses on research methods, data analysis and SPSS, not the fundamentals of psychology.
Please refer to the student handbook for further details on this unit.
Upon completion of this unit, students will be able to:
- demonstrate coherent theoretical knowledge of research findings as they relate to issues in a psychological context;
- independently select appropriate methodology to execute statistical analysis demonstrating your ability to evaluate, interpret and communicate the results to others;
- analyse and evaluate the strengths, weaknesses, and logic of selected statistical procedures;
- apply the use of a statistical software package to conduct a statistical analysis; and
- transmit their knowledge in written form using APA style methods and results sections.
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