Health, Physical Education And Recreation | Experimental Design and Analysis
T693 | 6734 | Morris


PREREQUISITES:
A grade of B or better in T592 or permission of the instructor

CLASS MEETINGS:
One hour and 15 minutes two times per week and a one hour and 15 minute lab
once a week.

TEXTBOOK:  Keppel, G. (1991).  Design and analysis:  A researcher's handbook

(3rd. ed.).  Englewood Cliffs:  Prentice-Hall.
Morris, H.H. (1999).  Class Notes - T693

Supplementary readings:  As assigned during various units.

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
Procedures and principles of experimental research; design, application of
statistical techniques, analysis and interpretation of results, assumptions
basic to techniques.  Principles and procedures for designing and analyzing
experiments.  The Analysis of Variance will be used in its different
configuration to analyze the results of various designs.

EVALUATION:
In class examinations; and two take-home exams that will require annotated
computer
print-outs).

A data-based project will be required using APA format.

Assignments will include various short papers; they will be required
throughout the
course.

Tests will be weighted 75%; the project 15% and the assignments 10%.
Evaluation will be made using a weighted T-score composite system.