Thisis me too, so don’t be weirded out if you see something being reblogged there.
Real students run and grab coffee when a fire alarm goes off in the Psychology building.
I’ve been right here, where have you been?!
Thank you very much! Don’t be shy, maybe take off that anon sometime and say hello.
Somebody recently asked me: I am really struggling with stats (I too am I masters psych student) do you know any good websites/people to help? I know Andy Field and he is good up to a point but I am seriously stupid and sinking : (.
I thought I’d publish this in case anyone else had a similar issue, but I didn’t want to put the person’s name out for everyone to see.
Statistics is something all psychology students should learn to love, they never go away. I’m sorry that you are having a hard time grasping statistical concepts. Unfortunately, I don’t know too many specific websites that might be of help. I have found that if you Google some of the major concepts, there are usually University websites that contain the information.
Here are some that I do know that are helpful.
- Check out here for some GREAT statistics tutorial videos for SPSS.
- Here is a statistics website with some helpful information
- Or try this one.
- Try the Khan Academy
- There are also a lot of YouTube instructional videos for stats.
I hope this helped at all. If not, try doing some searches for specific concepts and find some university course pages with some helpful information. Keep trying and keep reading, eventually it’ll click for you one of these days.
Does any one else have any online resources for statistic help? I’ll add any suggestions to the list.
Martha Stout, The Sociopath Next Door
I highly recommend this book to anyone that is interested in sociopathy or psychopathy. I linked the amazon page above.
You’re welcome, it was an easy decision. Great stuff over there.
And thank you!