Psychology 202a – Advanced Psychological Statistics I

  • Syllabus
  • Downloading R from the R website
  • Downloading R packages
  • Lecture Slides — lecture slides 371-382 added on 11/29/11
  • Take-Home Assignments:
    • Assignment 1
    • Assignment 2
    • Assignment 3
    • Assignment 4
    • Assignment 5
    • Assignment 6
      • Handout regarding diagnostic plots for Assignment 6
    • Assignment 7
      • Link to G*Power
    • Assignment 8
  • Data Sets
    • R lab data
    • R lab data in Excel
    • MMPI data
    • Tornado data
  • R Code:
    • 8/30
    • 9/1
    • 9/6
    • 9/8
    • 9/13
    • 9/15
    • 10/4
    • 10/20
    • 10/25
    • 10/27
    • 11/3
    • 11/8
    • 11/17
    • 11/29
  • Extra Readings, etc.
    • Efron, B. (1986). Why isn’t everyone a Bayesian? The American Statistician, 40, 1-11.
    • Gigerenzer, G., Krauss, S., & Vitouch, O. (2004). The null ritual: What you always wanted to know about significance testing but were afraid to ask. In D. Kaplan (Ed.), The SAGE handbook of quantitative methodology for the social sciences (pp. 391-408). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
    • Micceri, T. (1989). The unicorn, the normal curve, and other improbable creatures. Psychological Bulletin105, 156–166.
    • Nonparametric exercise handout
    • Nonparametric lecture notes
    • Standardized Scales picture
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