Students enrolled in this course will explore basic concepts and methods of statistics in the applied behavioral sciences. An emphasis will be placed on statistical significance and effect size testing, applied both to between-group and single-case experimental designs. Students will review, present, and critically evaluate quantitative information. Topics include: Probability models, random variables, normal and non-normal distributions, hypothesis testing, elementary nonparametric methods, effect size analyses, and supplementing visual analysis of single subject data with statistical procedures. 3 hours/week