I took Experimental Psych..since I've been back in school (about 2 years), it's the only "B" I've received...then again, I'm grateful because only 1 in 6 students get out on the first try..and that's WITH a twenty-point curve..AND open-book tests!!
However, don't be scared..I feel it was the Professor, not the subject itself..
If you've already taken Stats, you'll be fine. To be honest with you, I honestly don't remember it being applied to psychology..except for them using it as examples with the dependent and independent variables..
Oh!! And yes, take it in the summer!! That's when I took it..It's good to be faced with it everyday.
FYI: To complete my BS in Psych before I start nursing school
, I have to take either Experimental II or Psychological Measurement--since Exp. II is with the same guy, I think I'm going to try Psych. Measurement--scary as it sounds!! :imbar
I'll post again tomorrow--I'm going to go take a look at my text in awhile, and try and refresh myself in what we went over so that I can try and ease your mind!