Index of Handouts for Psychology 610: Statistical Analysis of Psychological Experiments
Professor Colleen F. Moore, University of Wisconsin-Madison                        (Visit my page on Children & Pollution)
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These materials are for the use of students enrolled in my class.  
    I am indebted to Prof. Lola Lopes, University of Iowa, for the content of some of them.  Thank you Lola. I am also indebted to my TAs for the course over the years, including Katherine Kortenkamp, Nicole McNeil, Mike Kaschak, Nazan Aksan, Johnny Tauer, Kim Dadisman, Sophie Evett, and Peter Kruley, Katy Kortenkamp. Thanks gang, you have all been so much help to me.

These are all pdf files, and should download when you click on the one you want.

Supplementary Readings (mostly optional)
Syllabus for Fall 2007
#1: Documenting your statistical printouts

#3: Keppel's notation and an example
#4: General linear model with glob diagrams
#5: Expected mean squares for one-way randomized designs with fixed factors
#5.5: Issues in removing outliers from your data
#6: Orthogonal contrasts
#7: Trend Analysis
#8: Derivation of coefficients for trend analysis
#9: Derivation of coefficients for trend analysis with unequally spaced IVs
#10: Residual tests in trend analysis
#10.5: Multiple comparison methods: overview
#11: Formula sheet for post-hoc tests
#12: Post-hoc tests: Example
#12.5: Contrasts with unequal-n, assuming homogeneity of variance
#12.5a: Fisher-Hayter example with d-bar method  
#13: Thinking about multiple comparisons: Comparison to a reference distribution
#14: General linear model for two-way, with glob diagrams and EMS
#15: Relationships between one-way and two-way designs
#16: Simple main effects for two-way designs
#17: Formula sheet for Midterm II (simple main effect)
#18: Partial interactions (optional)
#19: Thinking about two-way trend analysis
#20: Partitions as sets of contrasts (nonorthog of simple main effects with standard partition)
#21: Three-way factorial design (completely randomized, or between-subjects)
#22: Special tests for 3-way (and higher way) designs--simple interactions
#22.5 Interaction contrast to test hypothesized pattern (with #21 data)
#23: Nested designs with and without random factors, including EMS
#24: Contrasts and simple effects in repeated measures designs (one-way and two-way)
#25: Error term decision tree for between-subject designs (that might have a random factor)
#26: Options for analyzing one-way repeated measures design with replications
#27: Mixed designs: Example
#28: Contrasts, comparisons, and simple effects in mixed designs
#29: Mixed design example with trend tests, partitions etc.
#30: Latin square crossover design (example from Kirk); and orthogonality relations.
#31: Unequal N (and unbalanced).
#32: Fun with Fractional Factorials
#33: Basic procedures for ANCOVA (no longer covered -- you might want this for reference).

Optional #1: Algebraic derivation showing equivalence of Keppel's bracket expressions to SS's.
Optional #2: Algebraic review of polynomials
Optional #3: Interaction contrasts and partial interactions (with a data set)

Standard Error Handouts
Standard Error #1
Standard Error Two Way Between-S
Standard Error#3--One way within
Standard Error#4 -- Two way within
  see the course website for the lates se handouts

Homework is now on the Learn@UW website for students enrolled in the course

Study Questions
See the Learn@UW website for the most recent study questions
Midterm I study questions
Midterm II study questions
Final Exam study questions (and material not covered)

Old Exams
More recent old exams and answer keys are now in the Learn@UW website for students enrolled in the course

Midterm 1, 2005
Midterm 1, 2006

Answer Keys
Midterm 1, 2005
Midterm 2, 2005
Final, 2005