School Of Psychology

Advanced Survey Design and AnalysisWestern Sydney University Unit Code: 100006.1

Discipline: STATISTICS

Student Contribution Band: NP

Level: 3

Credit Points: 10

Assumed Knowledge
Students must have knowledge of experimental design, and basic quantitative analysis techniques up to and including factorial Analysis of Variance.

100013 Experimental Design and Analysis

Unit Enrolment Restrictions
Pre-requisites will not apply to students enrolled in courses 1630 Graduate Diploma in Psychological Studies and 1501 Graduate Diploma in Psychology. Enrolment in these awards requires graduate status; hence the students have demonstrated proficiency in tertiary studies. Each applicant in these awards is assessed individually and provided with an individual study sequence by the Course Advisor.

About this Unit
In 2010 this unit replaced by 101689 - Advanced Research Methods. This unit continues the teaching of research methods and statistics began in the prerequisite unit, Experimental Design and Analysis. It introduces students to non-experimental correlational research design, and develops skills in survey research, including questionnaire design and administration, and survey sampling. Accompanying correlational statistical techniques are taught, together with advanced analysis of variance, and instruction in the use of SPSS. The unit also develops skills in conducting and reporting psychological research.



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