Teaching Assistant – Psyc 204 Introduction to Statistics

McGill University


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Hiring Unit:
Department of Psychology
Course Title and Course Number:
Psyc 204 Introduction to Statistics
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Position Summary:

Instruction in conference sections (if scheduled). Be available for student consultation by email or by office hours. Attend class lectures (where required). Grading of papers and exams. Assist in preparation of course materials (where required).



Prior graduate/undergraduate study in the subject of the course. Strong overall academic performance. Suitable teaching skills. Must be registered in a graduate program at McGill University.  Must have completed or be taking Psychology 660.  This requirement could be waived by the instructor.

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