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GENERAL STATISTICS

Getting Started:General advice on statistics for a thesisPreliminaries: Normality and transformationsScales: Scale construction; Scale construction for psychological tests; Computing Ability Scales; Checking for accuracy; Multiple choice tests; Scoring a multiple choice test in SPSSMediation: Getting Started; Issues with causal inferenceCorrelations: two independent correlations; Formatting a correlation matrix; Adjusting for reliability; tetrachoric corelations; Confidence intervals; Significance testsRepeated Measures: longitudinal data; data structuring for repeated measures experiments;Dyadic Data: Data management; Basic analysesBasic Analyses: Basic procedure for observational study; Introduction to ModellingANOVA:Follow up testsMultiple Regression: Variable importanceFactor Analysis: Item parcelling; factor analysis and scale construction;Factor analysis in RData Mining: Data mining and RSEM: SEM in RAssorted: Bootstrapping in R; Difference Scores; Discriminant function analysis; Problems with cluster analysis; Logistic Regression; Ordinal variables; Generalised estimating equations; Model buildingResults: Tables R to Word; Grammar of tables; data sharing and literate programming; Table of item descriptivesOTHER

R:Learning R; Blogs on R; R in Australia; StatET; Tips for StatET Upgrade procedure; R and Excel; Efficient variable selection in RSPSS:Efficient variable selectionExcel: Recovering Corrupt FilesDesign: Carryover effects; Causal Inference; Depth interviews; Designing online experimentsInquisit: Sample Script of Reaction Time TaskMaths: Video courses; Symbol pronounciationTeaching: Teaching with R; Writing practice questions; My orientation to statistics consulting; My teaching resourcesBlogging: Setting up blog on Blogger; How to subscribe; Introduction to Twitter; Blogs that I follow; Formatting code in a blog post; Customising Blogger templateWriting:Literature Reviews; Quality Codes; Learning to write research; Pen and paper; Writing tips for psychology resultsEndnote: Importing from Google Scholar; Exporting from Google Scholar