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  1. Week 1: Correlation 5 items
    1. Miller_Haden_2013_GLM.pdf - Google Drive

      Webpage Essential Read Chapter 10 and chapter 11

    2. Research methods and statistics in psychology - Ebooks Corporation Limited 2013

      Book Further Chapter 17. Note - you can download chapters of this book as pdf files from the library, no need to go to the library in person.

    3. Quantitative psychological research: the complete student's companion - David Clark-Carter, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Chapter 10 gives an overview of p-values and significance testing. Note - you can access this book online, no need to go to the library.

    4. Idea behind hypothesis testing (video) | Khan Academy

      Webpage Further This is also an overview of significance testing and the calculation of p-values if you'd like it in video format.

    5. Using Effect Size—or Why the P Value Is Not Enough - Gail M. Sullivan, Richard Feinn 09/2012

      Article Further

  2. Week 4: T-tests 4 items
    1. Learning Statistics with R

      Document Essential Chapter 13. Ignore the stuff on how to do t-tests in R, we're going to do it a slightly different way in the labs, just focus on the theory and the explanations.

    2. Research methods and statistics in psychology - Ebooks Corporation Limited 2013

      Book Further Chapter 15. Note - you can download chapters of this book as pdf files from the library, no need to go to the library in person.

  3. Week 5: One-way ANOVA 3 items
    1. Research methods and statistics in psychology - Ebooks Corporation Limited 2013

      Book Further Chapter 18. If you struggling with the Miller & Haden chapter, or just want a different explanation, try this chapter.

    2. Repeated-Measures ANOVA - YouTube

      Audio-visual document Further YouTube video explaining the repeated measures variance.

  4. Week 6: Factorial ANOVA 4 items
    1. Research methods and statistics in psychology - Ebooks Corporation Limited 2013

      Book Further Chapter 19. If you're struggling with Miller & Haden or just want a different explanation, read this chapter.

    2. Facial beauty affects implicit and explicit learning of men and women differently - Eleni Ziori, Zoltán Dienes 05/08/2015

      Article Further This is a paper with an example of a three-way ANOVA.

    3. Interaction plot demo

      Webpage Further This is brilliant app created by Prof. DeBruine that allows you to visualise different patterns of main effects and interactions that may help you with your understanding of factorial ANOVA and how different plots represent the same data.

  5. Week 7: Regression 2 items
    1. Research methods and statistics in psychology - Ebooks Corporation Limited 2013

      Book Further Chapter 17 - page 461 onwards

  6. Week 8: Multiple regression 3 items
    1. Coding categorical variables when analyzing factorial experiments with regression

      Webpage Further This explains in further detail how to code categorical variables in regression

  7. Week 9: Non-parametric statistics 3 items
    1. Research methods and statistics in psychology - Ebooks Corporation Limited 2013

      Book Essential Chapter 16.

    2. Research methods and statistics in psychology - Ebooks Corporation Limited 2013

      Book Recommended The end of chapters 15, 17, and 18, has information about the Mann-Whitney/Wilcoxon, Spearman/Kendall's correlations, and the Kruskal-Wallis/Frieman test.

    3. Non-parametric stats YouTube playlist

      Audio-visual document Further This is a YouTube playlist that shows the calculations for each test if you want more detail.

  8. Week 10: Power, effect size, and open science 7 items
    1. Research methods and statistics in psychology - Ebooks Corporation Limited 2013

      Book Essential Chapter 14.

    2. Justify your alpha - Daniel Lakens, Federico G. Adolfi, Casper J. Albers, Farid Anvari 2018-3

      Article Essential