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View Resource Treatment of Missing Data

This website, created by David Howell of the University of Vermont, discusses the nature of data missing from research testing and how to deal with it. It also analyzes a specific data set throughout the text and provides that data for the users own analysis. The data is in .dat format. This is a great tool because it applies this data set to the theories presented.

View Resource Psychology 340/341: Advanced Statistical Methods

This site, created by David Howell of the University of Vermont, gives the outlines and shows the lessons for psychology 340/341: Advanced Statistical Methods. Howell has recently since retired from the University, and for this reason, he will no longer be updating these pages. Regardless, the site still offers a detailed syllabus and links to all activities performed in the class. For these...

View Resource Lecture and Lab Things

This page, created by David Howell of the University of Vermont, is a collection of examples, demonstrations, and exercises that can be used to motivate a lecture, demonstrate an important point, or create a laboratory exercise for students. Topics include the following: descriptives, normal distribution, sampling distributions, probability, Chi-square, t-tests, power, correlation/regression,...

View Resource Resampling Statistics: Randomization and the Bootstrap

Created by David Howell of the University of Vermont, this set of pages describes software the author wrote to implement bootstrap and resampling procedures. It also contains an introduction to resampling and the bootstrap; and examples applying these procedures to the mean, the median, correlation between two groups, and analysis of variance. The author carefully explains the different types of...

View Resource Religious Fundamentalism and Optimism

Created by David C. Howell of the University of Vermont, this example is designed to test whether religiosity is correlated with optimism. The page describes the study, has a link to the data set, and describes the method of analysis. Analysis includes ANOVA and regression. The author employs use of graphs, charts and mathematical formulas to best illustrate his point. Additionally, he provides...

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