• Introduction to statistical analysis

• Describing individual variables

• Testing hypotheses

• Testing hypotheses on individual variables

• Testing on the relationship between categorical variables

• Testing on the difference between two group means

• Testing on differences between more than two group means

• Testing on the relationship between scale variables

• Predicting a scale variable: Regression

• Introduction to Bayesian statistics

• Overview of multivariate procedures

Introduction to statistical analysis

• Identify the steps in the research process

• Identify measurement levels

Describing individual variables

• Chart individual variables

• Summarize individual variables

• Identify the normal distribution

• Identify standardized scores

Testing hypotheses

• Principles of statistical testing

• One-sided versus two-sided testing

• Type I, type II errors and power

Testing hypotheses on individual variables

• Identify population parameters and sample statistics

• Examine the distribution of the sample mean

• Test a hypothesis on the population mean

• Construct confidence intervals

• Tests on a single variable

Testing on the relationship between categorical variables

• Chart the relationship

• Describe the relationship

• Test the hypothesis of independence

• Assumptions

• Identify differences between the groups

• Measure the strength of the association

Testing on the difference between two group means

• Chart the relationship

• Describe the relationship

• Test the hypothesis of two equal group means

• Assumptions

Testing on differences between more than two group means

• Chart the relationship

• Describe the relationship

• Test the hypothesis of all group means being equal

• Assumptions

• Identify differences between the group means

Testing on the relationship between scale variables

• Chart the relationship

• Describe the relationship

• Test the hypothesis of independence

• Assumptions

• Treatment of missing values

Predicting a scale variable: Regression

• Explain linear regression

• Identify unstandardized and standardized coefficients

• Assess the fit

• Examine residuals

• Include 0-1 independent variables

• Include categorical independent variables

Introduction to Bayesian statistics

• Bayesian statistics and classical test theory

• The Bayesian approach

• Evaluate a null hypothesis

• Overview of Bayesian procedures in IBM SPSS Statistics

Overview of multivariate procedures

• Overview of supervised models

• Overview of models to create natural groupings

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