For the past 40 years I have taught a course called Statistics and Experimental Design required of Carroll Psychology majors. I summarized my teaching philosophy of this course in a 2014 Society for the Teaching of Psychology publication. As I complete my last year of teaching here, my students and I are interesting in “giving away” psychology. The following links provide ancillary materials for mastering my course (or a refresher for what my students might have forgotten).
  1. My First Attempt at Self-Publishing
  2. Retooling and Sharpening the Saw
  3. Teaching Tools: SPSS, inStat, starQuiz, Camtasia and Research Randomizer.
  4. On Engaging Students (Part 2): Adventures with StarQuiz and SPSS
  5. Learning by Teaching: Alison and Lizzy’s Guide to Using SPSS Data Analysis for Simple Linear Regression
  6. t-Time: Three Short SPSS Screencasts for PSY205
  7. Review of One-way Between Subjects ANOVA using SPSS
  8. Two-way Between Subjects ANOVA Using SPSS (Part 1)
  9. Something Old and Something New: A brief Introduction to Effect Size Statistics
  10. What data analysis should I use (you need not enter your real name or email)?

Posted by Professor David Simpson

Professor of Psychology, Carroll University (USA), Lover of Dogs, Reading, Teaching and Learning. Looking for ways to enhance cross-global communication and to apply technology learning tools. Interested in brain health maintenance, brain fitness training, and truth in advertising.

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