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Behavioural Neurscience Honours: Research Design and Analysis ( points)
Leader: Dr Dianne Sheppard
Synopsis: The Honours year in behavioural neuroscience aims to increase students' understanding of theoretical and methodological aspects of research, develop their analytic, research and communication skills, as well as providing students with advanced knowledge in specific areas of the discipline including laboratory techniques and other research-related skills. In this unit students completed the Research Design and Analysis coursework component. It involves attending a lecture series and associated workshops that are designed to expand the students' knowledge of univariate and multivariate statistical procedures used by neuroscientists and psychologists in research.
Assessment: One short answere and multiple choice exam 100%, Satisfactory participation in the SPSS workshop, a hurdle requirement.
Contact Hours: 2 Hours/week of lectures (for 13 weeks in semester 1): 10 hours Spss computer workshops mid year
Prerequisites: Must be enrolled in course 3514 BNS Honours
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