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Academic Year School/Graduate School Lecture Code 2023Year School of Education CC520303 Specialized Education 心理学統計法I シンリガクトウケイホウI Psychological Statistics I NAKAO TAKASHI ナカオ　タカシ Higashi-Hiroshima 2nd-Year,  First Semester,  2Term (2T) Fri1-4：EDU K203 Lecture Lecture based on materials provided in class and with PowerPoint 2.0 J : Japanese 2 : Undergraduate Low-Intermediate 24 : Social Sciences 06 : Psychology Students in Program in Psychology, Required course Psychology, Description Statistic, Variable and scale, Representative value and irrelevance,  Population and sample, Inferential statistic, Testing of statistical hypothesis Psychology（Abilities and Skills）・To acquire the basic ability and skills to conduct a research. By the end of this course, students should be able to1. Describe the outline of the statistic methods used in Psychology2. Understand and use the basic mothods of statistics, and be able to interplet the data.This class provides students with the opportunity to learn basic skills and understandings for statistic methods used in Psychology Lesson 1　Orientation： Significance of psychological statistics. Lesson 2　Scale and measurementLesson 3　One-variable statistical analysis  （1）：frequency distributionLesson 4　One-variable statistical analysis （2）：representative valueLesson 5　One-variable statistical analysis（3）：dissemination, skewness, and kurtosis of distributionLesson 6： One-variable statistical analysis （4）：normalization and  probability distributionLesson 7： Basics of inferential statistics（1）：population, sample and sampling distributionLesson 8： Basics of inferential statistics（2）：Point and Interval EstimationLesson 9：When the population distribution is not normally distributed: Central Limit Theorem and nonlinear transformationsLesson 10：Basics of statistical hypothesis testing（1）：procedure of statistical testsLesson 11: Basics of statistical hypothesis testing（2）：Terminology Related to statistical testsLesson 12: Basics of statistical hypothesis testing（3）：types of statistical testsLesson 13: The comparison between the two conditions (1) : parametric methodsLesson 14:The comparison between the two conditions (2) : non-parametric methodsLesson 15: Summary"Submit comment of every class.   Quiz is conducted at every unit contents of the class.Term-end examination" No specific textbooksReference publications are introduced in class. Materials provided in class, Screen image with PC, Audio materials, Please bring your own PC. Review lecture materials and confer the reference books Class relevant to subject: Civics (Philosophy, Ethics, Religious Studies, Psychology) Contents of comment sheets every time （Approx. 20％）, Quiz in lessons （Approx. 40％）, Term-end examination （Approx. 40％） Please bring your own PC (Windows PC is recommended).Don't you believe yourself, "I'm not good at subjects dealing with mathematics (statistics)." To remove such reconceived idea is also the one of the big objectives of this class. Be relaxed and work on it actively. Please fill in the class improvement questionnaire which is carried out on all classes.Instructors will reflect on your feedback and utilize the information for improving their teaching.
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