Survey research and design in psychology/Overview/General

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General overview

Survey research and design in psychology is a 3rd year undergraduate university-level unit of study. The unit focuses on designing survey research and social science surveys and the use of correlational statistics including exploratory factor analysis and multiple linear regression.

There are 5 modules which consist in total of 10 lectures and 5 tutorials. Associated learning materials are available on English Wikiversity, along with guidelines for the assessment exercises. Additional unit materials are provided on UCLearn, Google Slides, Youtube, and Echo360.

These learning materials were primarily developed by James Neill, University of Canberra, Australia (2005 - 2018). There were approximately 120 formally enrolled students from University of Canberra in the unit each year (Feb-May).