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They can pilot test part of their capstone projects. [(Prereq: STAT 100) and (Coreq: SBS 366L)] Research Methods for SBS: Quantitative Emphasis Lab - Students get hands-on practices on projects that they select, formulate the research question and hypotheses, collect the data (using survey, observation, interviews, databases, archival resources, and content analysis), and analyze data (using descriptive and inferential statistics).

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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell; 1 edition (November 5, 1999)

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