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PSY2002: Advanced Statistics

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Description: This project contains course materials for Elizabeth Page-Gould's graduate class, Design of Experiments II: Advanced Statistics (PSY2002), at the University of Toronto. It will be updated each week during the Fall of 2018, while Liz is actively teaching the course.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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  • Univariate & Multivariate Statistics

    Course module on the GLM (Review) and Multivariate Analyses. This module corresponds to the first lecture, and thus is also the introduction to the cl...

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  • Process Models

    Course module on process models. This module corresponds to Lectures 2 (Mediation) and 3 (Path Models). Lecture 2 was given on Tuesday, September 18, ...

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  • Multilevel Models

    2-lecture Module on Multilevel/Mixed Models.

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  • Generalized Linear Models

    This is a 1-lecture module on probability distributions and the generalized linear model.

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  • Beyond Null Hypothesis Significance Testing

    This is a 2-lecture module that discusses alternative approaches to Null Hypothesis Significance Testing, which is basically model comparison. Lecture...

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  • Dimension Reduction

    Course module on dimension reduction. This module corresponds to Lectures 9 (Cluster Analysis; November 13) and Lecture 10 (Factor Analysis and Friend...

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  • Time-based Analyses

    Course module on dimension reduction. This module corresponds to Lectures 11 (Differences, Cross-lagged Analyses, & Survival Analysis; November 27...

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