The following are some statistics teaching resources that I have developed over the years.

### Statistics

- Statistics and your thesis: How to do it right and enjoy the process. [Handout] [Slides and Notes] [Audio 17MB MP3 FILE]
- Statistical Advice for your thesis. [PPT SLIDES]
- Introduction to SPSS Workshop (128 pages) [PDF EBOOK]. I put this together for an SPSS workshop. It probably needs a little polishing here and there, but I thought it might be useful to some people.
- Interactive Tutorial Exercises: [Introductory Statistics] [ANOVA, Multiple Regression and PCA]

### Multivariate Methods

Each of these links has slides and notes for 3 hour statistics seminars that I developed in 2007 for a postgraduate research methods class in management. I also have a set of exercises with examples to accompany these lectures.

- Descriptive Statistics
- ANOVA,ANCOVA,MANCOVA
- Factor Analysis and Cluster Analysis
- Correlation and Regression
- Moderation and Mediation
- Introduction to Structural Equation Modeling
- Surveys and Sampling

### Inquisit Resources

- Anglim, J., & Waters, L (2008). Practical Tips on How to Conduct a Sophisticated Online Psychological Experiment.

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your site is fantastic!!!!! keep up the good work. I think you have found your calling! :)

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@Usyd Honours

ReplyDeleteThanks for the positive feedback.

I hope your year goes well.

your resources are so awesome! you should write a statistics textbook sometime!! your section on factor analysis is much better than Andy Field's!

ReplyDelete@Anonymous (15 May 2010) Thanks for the kind words. I'm actually a big fan of Andy Field.

ReplyDeleteHe's a done an excellent job of explaining statistical concepts to students without a strong mathematical background. I also like his humour.

I'd just like to see him write a book called "Discovering Statistics Using [R]".

Thank you so much... I am getting back to statistics.. you have shown me the freeway.

ReplyDeleteYou saved my life! I would rather have an autographed poster of you on my ceiling than Justin beiber! Now I just need you to peer review my research but I'm not finding an option to attach a file anywhere. Ha. Now that would be the finest day of my research life! Thanks so much and keep up the good work!

ReplyDeleteYour site has been very helpful to me.

ReplyDeleteThanks.

Andy is working on Discovering Statistics with R. It should be out next year.

ReplyDeleteAnd here it is:

Deletehttp://www.amazon.com/Discovering-Statistics-Using-Andy-Field/dp/1446200469

Understanding literature review is so much easier! Thanks for the tutorial!

ReplyDeleteVery good job, SEM notes are so understandable....

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Katerinaki

Hi, thanks for your valuable information. There are very helpful to me. Could you recommend any website that provide student version SPSS software?

ReplyDeleteThanks and best wishes.

Cristal Lee from Malaysia.

You need to check that whatever version you get meets your requirements (e.g., do you need the grad pack; do you need add-on modules). There are many places on the web that sell licences. It seems to be worth shopping around. You may also be able to get a licence from your university.

DeleteThat said, most companies encourage students to use their software and then charge companies who want to then use the product. I think IBM SPSS's practice of charging students relatively high licence fees may be counterproductive for encouraging uptake of their product, especially as R provides a free alternative.