Welcome to Psy3020, Inferential Statistics! I'm your instructor Ji Son (most students just call me Dr. Ji) and this is one of my favorite classes to teach. I look forward to getting to know each of you and having a quantitative reasoning adventure along the way.

The course provides an introduction to inferential statistics, the written and oral presentation of statistical results, and the use of statistical software (Excel/SPSS). The focus of this course is on a conceptual understanding of the major concepts in statistics (see Learning/Teaching Philosophy as well as the specific conceptual goals for this course).

You can use this website to download the syllabus, check out the schedule, get homework/labwork assignments, download notes (preferably before class meets), and check out other online extras. This course is a face-to-face course, but the materials posted on this website will be essential for your success. I recommend bookmarking this course website for the duration of the semester!

You can always get to this site using http://tinyurl.com/stats3020 or you can google "psystats302" and we are the first link.

Recent Announcements

  • Sign up for extra credit here! https://docs.google.com/document/d/1rRmgz2_1dkCiiohk0fXk86BJxGMoUDK7b6BFn3rPh2M/edit?usp=sharing
    Posted Sep 20, 2016, 10:50 AM by Ji Yun Son
  • Example of "explaining variation" in the youthfulness of skin From Younger Skin Through Exercise (NYTimes) The scientists biopsied skin samples from each volunteer and examined them microscopically. When compared strictly by age, the skin samples overall aligned with what ...
    Posted Sep 17, 2016, 10:13 PM by Ji Yun Son
  • A real life example of regression and correlation! For college students! From "At Last, a Little Breathing Room in the Financial Aid Gantlet" (NYTimes) Research shows that for the vast majority of filers, using tax information from 2015 will result in ...
    Posted Sep 17, 2016, 10:08 PM by Ji Yun Son
  • Fun study! Can Teenage Defiance Be Manipulated for Good?Think about what were the distributions in this study? What was the IV/DV?
    Posted Sep 15, 2016, 8:57 PM by Ji Yun Son
  • Do practice tests! You need SPSS! More practice tests available on Notes page. I'll make a key!Some of you will need to go to an Open Access Computer Lab on campus for SPSS or ...
    Posted Sep 15, 2016, 9:27 AM by Ji Yun Son
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