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Life is crazy, psychology is also numbers!

At this point you might be thinking: “I decided to study psychology to avoid numbers!”

But numbers are not avoidable if you want to be scientist or scientist practitioner. It might be boring sometimes, but other times you might have fun answering questions related to NATURE. Yes, NATURE!

This is a psychology course, and my aim is to study statistics as a science that helps other sciences to study NATURE. Psychological processes are also part of NATURE, of course!


Lecture 1: Research designs

Lecture 2: Sampling designs

Lecture 3: Introduction to Probability and Statistics

Lecture 4: Probability distributions and random variables

Lecture 5: Central Tendency Measures

Lecture 6: The art of plotting

Lecture 7: Introduction to Hypothesis Testing

Lecture 8: Correlation and Regression Models

Lecture 8: Correlation and Regression Models Part 2

Lecture 8: Correlation and Regression Models Part 3

Lecture 9: Model selection


Assignment #1

Advanced topics and talks

A friendly Introduction to Longitudinal Analysis with Latent Variables

GeoWeek 2023

Gentle Introduction to R

R excercises

Practice #2