# Statistics One

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• 12 Sequences
• Introductive Level

## Course details

### Syllabus

Lecture Topics
• Lecture 1: Experimental research
• Lecture 2: Correlational research
• Lecture 3: Variables and distributions
• Lecture 4: Summary statistics
• Lecture 5: Correlation
• Lecture 6: Measurement
• Lecture 7: Introduction to regression
• Lecture 8: Null Hypothesis Significance Tests (NHST)
• Lecture 9: Central limit theorem
• Lecture 10: Confidence intervals
• Lecture 11: Multiple regression
• Lecture 12: Multiple regression continued
• Lecture 13: Moderation
• Lecture 14: Mediation
• Lecture 15: Group comparisons (t-tests)
• Lecture 16: Group comparisons (ANOVA)
• Lecture 17: Factorial ANOVA
• Lecture 18: Repeated measures ANOVA
• Lecture 19: Chi-square
• Lecture 20 Binary logistic regression
• Lecture 21: Assumptions revisited (correlation and regression)
• Lecture 22: Generalized Linear Model
• Lecture 23: Assumptions revisited (t-tests and ANOVA)
• Lecture 24: Non-parametrics (Mann-Whitney U, Kruskal-Wallis)

Lab Topics:
• Lab 2: Histograms and summary statistics
• Lab 3: Scatterplots and correlations
• Lab 4: Regression
• Lab 5: Confidence intervals
• Lab 6: Multiple regression
• Lab 7: Moderation and mediation
• Lab 8: Group comparisons (t-tests, ANOVA, post-hoc tests)
• Lab 9: Factorial ANOVA
• Lab 10: Chi-square
• Lab 11: Non-linear regression (Binary logistic and Poisson)
• Lab 12: Non-parametrics (Mann-Whitney U and Kruskal-Wallis)

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### Instructors

• Andrew Conway - Psychology

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