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Seminar in Behavioral Research Methods in Public Health

HBHE 621

3 credit hours, offered annually

Intensive analysis of selected topics; characteristics and advantages of alternative types of studies; purposes of various experimental designs; development of methodology for program evaluation; interviewing and questionnaire construction and problems in analysis of data, with particular emphasis on problems of spuriousness.

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