## Statistics for Psychologists

Updated 01/12/2007

- Howell'ing at Statistics A site which supports David C. Howell's book, Statistical Methods for Psychology, but includes lecture notes and refresher tip sheets useful to all
- Lecture Notes on Statistics and Data Analysis Prof. Forrest W. Young provides a site in support of Gravetter & Wallnau's
*Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences* (5th Ed.) (2000) but the lecture notes are so extensive they constitute a mini-book in themselves
- Psychological Statistics by M. Plonsky, PhD, University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point. Again, lecture notes so extensive they are like a textbook
- Psychstat.MissouriState.Edu "Links to three different editions of my on-line introductory statistics text" plus helpful javascript applets, from David W. Stockberger
- Research Randomizer "a free web-based program that permits instant random sampling and random assignment"
- Statistical Methods for Psychology Lecture outlines for a book by David C. Howell
- Statistics Primer Allpsych's online statistics textbook
- Statistical Services Two separate lists, one for statistics and stats-oriented sites...one for software-specific issues

- Statistics on the Web A list of statistics resources...on the World Wide Web

- Statistics Sites "General interest statistics sites"

- Statistics Software Sites "Sites relating to statistical software" such as SAS, SPSS, and many other packages
- VassarStats "...A web site capable of doing on-line statistical computation...by embedded JavaScript programming."
- Web Interface for Statistics Instruction Tutorials, applets, links, more

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