University of Evansville
STATISTICS FOR PSYCHOLOGISTS
To Read, click SYLLABUS
To See, click LAB CALENDAR
LECTURE SLIDES, LAB GUIDES, GRADE BOOK, AND ANNOUNCEMENTS:
To See, click Blackboard
AVAILABILE FOR INDIVIDUAL HELP:
Dr. John Lakey, Professor of Psychology
Office Hours: Click Faculty Website
Office: Hyde Hall 206, Phone: 488-2531 / 2520
Ms. Kristen Fowler
Office: Hyde Hall 130 (Mail Box in HH 205 – Leave Homework Here)
>Textook (Jaccard & Becker) Companion Website at http://www.wadsworth.com/ provides useful study aids for our textbook.
>JASP (Free SPSS-like Program) at https://jasp-stats.org/ provides an improved, simplified, and “new statistics” alternative to SPSS. Both standard and Bayesian tests. Good how-to instructions availalbe.
>Shiny Teaching Apps at http://shinyapps.org/ provides excellent inactive teaching programs for the more advanced student.
>VassarStats Table Calculators at http://faculty.vassar.edu/lowry/tabs.html provides Professor Lowry's p calculators for z, r, t, F, & X2 Tests as well as the Q calculator needed for the Tukey HSD Test.
>VassarStats WebTextbook at http://vassarstats.net/textbook/ provides Professor Lowry's solid explanation of statistical topics: If you want a second take on our explainations.
>APA Format Guides at http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/printable/560: Read Sections 17-23 How to present tables, figures, and report statistics for publication and posters!
>UE Library at http://libraries.evansville.edu/ (Login on Off-Campus Access with your Student ID#), click Find Books and Articles, then A-Z Databases, then the appropriate database (PsycINFO, Medline). When you get to the search engine, enter the key terms for your topic. Print out important abstracts and download full-text pdf files (save to a USB flash drive or hard disk). If full-test is not available and the journal is not in our Library, order photocopies of the articles through our Interlibrary Loan service (click About the Library, Library Services, Interlibrary Loan, Request Forms).
>American Psychological Association at http://www.apa.org/.
>Association for Psychological Science at http://www.psychologicalscience.org/.
>LearnPSYCHOLOGY at http://www.learnpsychology.org/ for general information about specializations, resources, and careers in psychology and behavioral neuroscience.
>National Association of Social Workers at http://www.socialworkers.org/.
>Psych Central: Dr. John Grohol's Mental Health Page at http://psychcentral.com/ emphasizes consumer information. Search option.
>Social Psychology Network at http://www.socialpsychology.org/ provides a comprehensive list of links to both social and general psychology sites.
>Society for Neuroscience at http://www.sfn.org/ for general information about neuroscience and links to other related websites.