This course builds on material presented in Statistical Methods I. Students will gain a greater
understanding of the statistical procedures used by researchers in the behavioural sciences,
in addition to the appropriate use and interpretation of statistical results. Topics that will be
covered include: hypothesis tests using t-tests (for independent and related measures);
Analysis of variance (ANOVA) for repeated measures, independent measures and two factors;
multiple comparison procedures (post-hoc analysis), correlation and prediction, and non-
Due to Covid 19- the grade distribution may change for this course. We broke down this course into two parts; Test-1 which is the first half of the course, Test-2 the second half of the course course and the Full booklet which has the Entire course. These booklets are updated every semester to help you prepare effectively for your quizzes and exams with our
practice questions made by our Easy Grade York Experts. This booklet is all you need to ace this course and gives you a significant advantage over people without it.