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||Based on Moore's The Active Practice of Statistics|
Group Differences using T-tests, ANOVA, and Nonparametric Measures
||Explains the different methods of testing
group differences. Contains information on between-subjects, within-subjects,
and mixed ANOVA, as well as their nonparametric equivalents. Includes
sample SPSS code for all analyses.
Linear Regression set 1
||Based on Cohen, Cohen, West, and Aiken's Applied Mulitiple Regression/Correlation Analysis for the Behavioral Sciences. Contains more theoretical detail and includes sample SPSS code.|
|Applied Linear Regression set 2||
||Based on Neter, Kutner,
Nachtsheim, & Wasserman's Applied Linear Statistical Models.
Contains more mathematical detail and includes sample SAS code.
|Transforming and Restructuring Data
Also available: SPSS examples
||Explains efficient ways of transforming data (including tips on getting normal distributions), as well as information about how to change the unit of analysis of a data set. Includes an overview of programming with arrays and loops in SPSS and SAS.|
||Describes procedures for
quantitatively summarizing the results from mulitple studies. Focuses
on d and r effect sizes.
|Psychological Research Methods||
||Based on a class taught by Jamie DeCoster at the Free University Amsterdam.|
||Detailed notes on how to build and test a scale, including sections on validity and reliability analysis.|
|Using ANOVA to Examine Data from Groups and Dyads
Also available: HLM overheads
||Uses a flowchart to explain how to determine analysis for data from groups and dyads. Includes a section on how to calculate the intraclass correlation coefficient.|
||Describes several important references
related to testing mediation. Includes links to three mediation
Also available: CFA fit statistics
A basic theoretical introduction to exploratory and confirmatory factor analysis.
|Data Analysis in
||Explains how to perform and interpret
the output of a number of different analyses in SPSS, including ANOVA,
MANOVA, regression, logistic regression, and factor analysis.
|Data Preparation in SPSS||8/15/12||Explains how to use the menus and syntax to perform basic data preparation in SPSS.|
|Excel 2003 for Researchers
||An overview of Excel 2003
features from the perspective of a researcher. Includes sections
on formulas, importing and exporting files, and the Analysis Toolpak.
|Excel 2007/2010 for Researchers||9/07/10||An overview of Excel 2007 and 2010 features
from the perspective of a researcher. Includes sections on formulas,
importing and exporting files, and the Analysis Toolpak.
|Restructuring Data from Computerized
||Explains how to use SPSS's Data Restructure
procedure to easily transform data in univariate format (where each line
corresponds to a trial) to multivariate format (where each line correspons
to a subject).
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