Intermediate Behavioral Statistics | Kristopher Saber | Skillshare
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10 Videos (1h 6m)
    • Welcome!

      2:53
    • Basic Stats

      5:11
    • Terms, Variables, The Normal Curve and Scales of Measurement

      14:03
    • Scales of Measurement ctd and Correlational Studies

      7:26
    • Experiments

      4:23
    • Quasi-Experimental Studies

      4:44
    • Measures of Variability

      5:59
    • Pearson R Correlation Coefficient

      1:50
    • Pearson R Correlation Coefficient ctd

      5:49
    • Project in R

      13:52

About This Class

This is a course covering a wide variety of  important topics in psychological/behavioral statistics. The course expects students to know basic math principles, and throws information at students at a reasonably quick pace. By the end of the course, students should be able to recognize basic content related to statistics. The course is set at an intermediate level because it covers a wide variety of topics at a fast pace. It also expects you to run a statistical program.

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Kristopher Saber

UX Professional, Statistics Tutor.

Kris graduated with his Bachelor's in Psychology (with a minor in Cognitive Science) and then earned his Master's in Human Computer Interaction at the State University of New York at Oswego.

He's a published author in the Journal of Software Engineering and Simulation with four years of practice tutoring students in Intro to Psychology (Psych 100), Behavioral Statistics (Psych 280), and Psychological Research Methods (Psych 290). He has a total of three years of UX experience between w...

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