410.685.01 DATA ANALYSIS AND PRESENTATION IN SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES RESEARCH
Enables students to synthesize theories and methodologies from the social and behavioral sciences. Examines the process of conducting social and behavioral sciences research. Presents an overview of available statistical methods that address the challenges of conducting social and behavioral public health research (such as measurement issues, mediation and moderation, latent variables). Develops skills for evaluating research, and presenting and disseminating original research. Integrates and consolidates the first year coursework in theory, measurement, and applied social science methods in research. Prepares students to better understand the modern measurement theory (e.g., CFA) and SEM in second-year coursework (e.g., Statistics for Psychosocial Research).
- Friday 1:30 - 4:20
140.621-140.623 or higher level sequence of biostatistics