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Psy 490: Survey Design and Analysis

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Web-based demonstrations

 

 

Excel spreadsheet to calculate mean and variance

Example 1: Correlation example: Are coffee and mood associated?

Example 2: Does number of stress events (in a week) predict days it takes to recover? (The file includes the bivariate regression calculations.)

Slides from regression meeting - 2/28/2014

Excel file for hwk #3, problem 2 (using information given in problem)

SPSS file for first year student end of term data

Questionnaire for first year student end of term data

SPSS file for first year student end of term data with scales created

Smaller SPSS file

Tips from Allison, 1999, for understanding regression

Slides from effect size meeting - 4/4/2014

Slides for power, decision-making rules and confidence intervals - 4/11/14, 4/18/14

Web resources:

"Statistics Hell"

http://www.npr.org/blogs/alltechconsidered/2014/03/05/279669610/post-a-survey-on-mechanical-turk-and-watch-the-results-roll-in

http://lock5stat.com/statkey/index.html

From Psy 445, Fall 2012:

Slides for hypothesis testing - 10/18/2012

Slides for power and effect sizes - 10/22/2012

Slides for t-tests - 10/29/2012

Slides for one way ANOVA - 11/19/12

Excel spreadsheet for one way ANOVA - 11/19/12

Slides for two way ANOVA - 11/26/12

Excel spreadsheet for two way ANOVA - 11/26/12

Slides from regression part two - 10/1/2010

Student notes for power and effect sizes - 10/15/2010

Student notes for hypothesis testing - 10/22/2010

Student notes for t-tests - 11/19/2010

 

 

Heather Smith, Ph.D.
Department of Psychology
Stevenson 3089
664-2587
smithh@sonoma.edu

PDF Resources:
Sample Annotated Bibliography
Lorna Catford's APA style summary
Diana Hacker's APA reference style summary