Psychology – Bachelor’s Degree 2014
Statistics in Psychology 2
Status: compulsory
Recommended Year of Study: 1
Recommended Semester: 2
ECTS Credits Allocated: 6.00
Pre-requisites: Previous knowledge from the courses Methodology of Psychological Research and Statistics in Psychology 1.

Course objectives: Mastering the basic principles of statistical data analysis and the most common procedures of statistical data analysis in psychology.

Course description: Univariate statistical procedures: T-test, one- and two-way analysis of variance, correlation and regression analysis, analysis of nominal (categorical) variables, selected statistical procedures for ranked data, robust statistical methods - basic concepts. Conducting statistical procedures in statistical software using examples from psychology.

Learning Outcomes: Possession of knowledge and skills necessary for selecting appropriate statistical procedure for hypotheses testing, implementing statistical data analysis procedures using statistical software as well as for keeping up-to-date with psychological literature.

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  • 2. Tenjović, L. (2002). Statistika u psihologiji – priručnik, Beograd: Centar za primenjenu psihologiju
  • 3. Momirović, K.(1988). Analiza nominalnih varijabli, Ljubljana: JUS (Glave od 1 do 6 – od 1. do 81. strane i glava 8 – od 100. do 111. strane).
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