Greetings. I am an associate professor in the psychology department at Berry College. I am a social psychologist, and my research has involved the attitudinal and behavioral systems experienced in intimate relationships.
I am also interested in the teaching and learning of basic research methodology and statistics in the behavioral sciences. I have developed a number of resources that students and teachers might find useful:
- Statistical Tables. Statistical tables vary from textbook to textbook. So, I have found it useful to create my own statistical tables, which students use in my class while doing homework and while taking exams.
- Comprehensive Statistical Software. I have developed a comprehensive statistical software package called, Stats Homework. It is free to use, very easy to use, and is specifically designed to help students learn statistics.
- Statistical Calculator. This is a utility program which will replace all the statistical tables found in a typical statistics textbook. It will compute significance levels, critical values, and power analyses.
- Statistical Spreadsheets. These are very simple spreadsheets that can be used to analyze data from problems found in an introductory statistics course.
- Illustrating the Normal Distribution. This utility program will illustrate areas under the normal distribution and help with the z score problems encountered in basic statistics courses.
- Illustrating Statistical Power. This utility program will illustrate the dynamics of statistical power when conducting null-hypothesis tests.
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