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KINE 5373

KINE 5373 Health and Human Behavior (3-0). This course explores the process and methods of scientific inquiry and interpretation of research findings in kinesiology. Students will gain familiarity with the major elements of research including literature review quantitative and qualitative methodology design evaluation of research statistical analysis presentation of data and ethical considerations. This course also provides an overview of statistics including descriptive and inferential statistics and one-way ANOVA. Students should have a basic understanding of conducting library and Internet information searches prior to taking this course. Equivalent courses: KES 5373 (through Summer 2022).


Summer 2024


Health and Human Behavior   Section 2W1   Christopher Herrera, PhD, MBA
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Spring 2024


Health and Human Behavior   Section 2W1   Christopher Herrera, PhD, MBA
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Fall 2023


Health and Human Behavior   Section W01   Christopher Herrera, PhD, MBA


Summer 2023


Health and Human Behavior   Section 2W1   Christopher Herrera, PhD, MBA


Spring 2023


Health and Human Behavior   Section W01   Christopher Herrera, PhD, MBA
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 | Student Evaluation


Fall 2022


Health and Human Behavior   Section W01   Christopher Herrera, PhD, MBA
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 | Student Evaluation