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<p>See: <a href="https://statisticsofdoom.com/page/graduate-statistics/" rel="nofollow">https://statisticsofdoom.com/page/graduate-statistics/</a> for full links of videos and structure.</p> <p><strong>Course Description:</strong></p> <p>Use of the Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) Models and Multivariate Analysis in the design and analysis of psychological experiments. Topics include correlation, regression, t-test, ANOVA (between, repeated, and mixed), mediation, moderation, and exploratory factor analysis.</p> <p><strong>Course Schedule for a 15-week Fall/Spring Semester:</strong></p> <p>The following table provides a proposed 15-week schedule for a fall or spring semester. Materials follow the Field Discovering Statistics using R/SPSS; however, course materials are also provided from the Keppel and Wickens Design and Analysis. Video links from the YouTube channel are attached to match course materials. Years are included when there are multiple versions of the videos – R commands often update, and new videos reflect those changes.</p>
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