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Research Questions

  • Formulating a Research Question presents 9-step process from reviewing the literature to developing a diagram. This site requires time to review. By The University of Texas.

Research Methods

  • Research Methods and Statistics presents a list and brief summaries on topics such as survey design, conducting meta-analyses, and much more. Site contains a lot of information and well worth spending a few minutes reviewing. By The Athabasca University Center for Psychology Resources.
  • ModGraph helps explain and calculate moderation and mediation through a downloadable program.


Qualitative Analysis

Quantitative Analysis

  • Statistical computing provides step-by-step instructions for SPSS, SAS, STATA, and many more. The most useful directions for carrying out analyses are in the “Statistical Computing Packages.” To find examples using different statistical packages visit the “Data Analysis Examples” section. By UCLA Statistical Computing.
  • Basic Statistics Defined provides a list of terms common in introduction courses, including descriptive statistics, correlations, t-tests, frequency tables, and cross-tabulations. By StatSoft, Inc.

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