This course is design to train the students in theoretical as well as applied statistics with particular reference to psychology. The statistical analysis is very essential part of psychological research and students need to have a grasp over the concepts, theoretical rational of use of certain statistical analysis and also to learn to carry out these analyses.
08:00 am to 04:00 pm
Monday to Friday
Students will learn and understand types of statistics and apply appropriate statistics keeping in view the type of data
Students will be able to apply statistical techniques for data analysis in accordance with objectives and hypothesis being formulated in research
Psychologists have long been interested in the relationship between stress and health. A focused question might involve the study of a specific psychological symptom and its impact on the health of the population. To assess whether the symptom is a good indicator of stress we need to measure the symptom and stress levels in a sample of individuals from the population. It is not immediately clear how we should go about collecting this sample, i.e. how we should design the study. We haven’t got very far before we need Statistics.