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PSYC 805 Introductory Assessment

PSYC 805  Introductory Assessment  Units: 3.00  

These courses constitute an introduction to the practical aspects of clinical assessment. In PSYC-805* students are given skills training and practice in the use of tests of adult intelligence, memory and vocational counseling. In PSYC-806* the emphasis is on tests of children's intelligence, learning and affect. Fall and winter (2 hrs)

Offering Faculty: Faculty of Arts and Science  

Psychology (PSYC)

PSYC 801     Design of Experiments      Topics include: The logic of the test for significance and controversies concerning it; ANOVA and its underlying linear model for between- subject, within-subject and split-plot designs; orthogonal comparisons for trend analysis and for special contrasts; restricted randomization and the randomized-block design; partial confounding in latin-squares; balancing conditions against trend; hierarchical designs; ANOVA and multiple correlation; designs including organismic variables; random- effect models and the fixed-effect fallacy; data transformations and non-parametric tests. Lectures (3 hrs) and tutorials (1.5½ hrs);  Fall; J. Gallivan.


The mission of the graduate program in psychology is to build on the strength of its students, faculty, and staff in providing an internationally renowned program that is known for: the excellence and integrity of its faculty, students, and training; the innovation and value of its research, scholarship, and skill development; and the fostering of leadership in the delivery of service to the community, to the field of psychology, and to society.

Psychology - Master of Science

The master's program normally extends over two calendar years. For students with an honours degree in psychology the requirements for the master's program are: