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News:   To be turned in with your final critique on the day of the final: your closing thoughts.

There is not a lot of time left for your "Meet with Mike".

Applied use of modern methods. These are big files (even zipped) containing many articles (about 70 not counting the methods) so if you want to download in parts or whole it's up to you.  Everything. Robust examples. Equivalence Testing examples. Methods articles. Description.
Recent Amer Psych article advocating use of modern methods.  Mike's commentary.

Week of 12-1: It is 'pre-finals' week, not 'dead' week despite what any student may have incorrectly told you. These are regular class days for the most part through Wednesday. 

Tuesday: Modern data analysis summary, Q&A (you bring the Q).  Thursday: Question led review session.
Tuesday through Thursday: Labs are held to provide assistance and time to work on your projects.  They are voluntary, there will be no new lab content.
Friday: Lab projects due by noon (may be turned in early).  Either email your lab instructor or drop it off in their box and email them letting them know you did.

Finals Week: Final Tuesday 1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Notice how 1:30 is different from 2:00?  Do not show up at the regular class time.  Your last critique and closing thoughts assignment are due then. Final Review.

Recent Site updates:  'Mike Misc' package for modernizing your project analyses along with associated help file, along with ongoing additions to Data/code page, Notes added.

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Stat Quote of the Week

"Life obliges me to do something, so I [do science]." altered quote of Rene Magritte, surrealist painter.

Past quotes of the week


Statistical Pic of the Week (send your own!)

Reminder from David Gonzalez to watch what you put on facebook in case you become a famous psychologist.  Pictured is Martin Seligman.

Old graphics.


Bad psych/Good psych (send me any you come across!):

Not sure what's worse, the research question or pathetic news reporting of the results. Happy people watch less tv.

Past stuff.

 


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