Lewis O. Harvey, Jr.

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The Psychology of Perception (PSYC 4165-100), Summer 2007,
Lecture 9:15–10:50 M–F, Muenzinger D-156
Lab 101 13:00–16:00 M&W, Lab 102 13:00–16:00 T&R

Instructor: Lew Harvey TA: Michelle Broaddus
Office Hours:
Muenzinger D-244J
11:00–12:00 MTW
and by appointment
Office Hours:
Muenzinger E314
in lab and
by appointment

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The syllabus and other files below are in Adobe Portable Document Format (pdf). Double-click on each active link to read the file. You can use Adobe Reader (a free download from Adobe) or Preview, included in Mac OS X, to read pdf files. Check out the course WebCT page on the WebCT site: webct.colorado.edu. You will need your Identikey user name and password to access the course page. You can also access the site through CUConnect.

Syllabus
The R Guide by W. J. Owen
Using R in PSYC 4165
Unidimensional Scaling
Signal Detection Theory
Homework: 1, 2, 3, 4
Study Guide 1, Exam 1 Results (check WebCT for individual grades)
Study Guide 2, Exam 2 Results (check WebCT for individual grades)
Final Grade Results

Instructions Tools Group Data
Lab 1 Lab 1 Instructions Lab 1 Tools Lab 1 Group Data Files
Lab 2 Lab 2 Instructions Lab 2 Tools Lab 2 Group Data Files
Lab 3 Lab 3 Instructions Lab 3 Tools Lab 3 Group Data Files
Lab 4 Lab 4 Instructions Lab 4 Tools

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