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New Methods Textbook

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Activity: Letter Preference Effects: A Student-Friendly Paradigm for Teaching Basic Research Methods Concepts

This resource consists of a small set of “student-friendly” articles that collectively provide an empirical Read More...


Activity: A Class Research Project to Help Students Understand Correlation and Other Basic Research Concepts

The exercise is designed for use in introductory research methods courses. It is a class research project that Read More...


Activity: Lets Make a Deal! Human Intuition vs. Empirical Reasoning

This activity utilizes an online applet to demonstrate the limitations of human intuition and the need for empirical Read More...


Pencast #3: Narrated Problem for Doing a Two Sample t-Test

Using pencasts, practice solving statistical problems and hear a narration of the solution to check your answers. Read More...


Pencast #2: Narrated Problem for Doing a Chi Square

Using pencasts, practice solving statistical problems and hear a narration of the solution to check your answers. Read More...