Vertical Enhancement of Statistics and Psychology Research

VESPR

BPS Poster Students

WEB APPLICATIONS

Lexi Text Analysis

Livedata

Open Day Workshop*

Shapes experiment (computer)*

Shapes experiment (mobile)

Student Generated Summative Quizzes

* Applications on psychology server.

GOOGLE SLIDES

RESEARCH METHODS

PsychoPy Primer

Qualtrics Primer | Qualtrics variables and randomisation

JAMOVI

Jamovi Primer

SPSS => jamovi

Simple difference tests

One-way ANOVA

Independent two-way ANOVA

Mixed two-way ANOVA

Interpreting Q-Q Plots

Importing Qualtrics Data Files

Principal Components Analysis

OTHER

G*Power Primer

LinkedIn Primer

Creating Academic Posters

Google Sites Primer

Skin Conductance with NeuLog

RESOURCES

Statistical Symbols Explained (Google Sheet)

Recommended Free Online Tools

Psychology Dissertations Database

SPSS Step-by-step guide

FACEBOOK LINKS

Oxford Brookes Psychology Students
Please join this group for applicants, current students and alumni.

Student Psychology Research @ Brookes
Student study recruitment. 18+ only please.

Psychology - Oxford Brookes
Official page

INSTAGRAM LINKS

OxfordBrookesPsychology

TWITTER LINKS

@OBU_Psychology Psychology @ Brookes

@psych_stats VESPR

@BrookesBabyLab Brookes Baby Lab

@OBU_SocialPsych Applied Social Psychology research group

@Alcohol_Brookes OBU Alcohol Research

@Brookes_GP Get Published!

REFERENCES

Davies, E.L., Morys-Carter, W.L., Paltoglou, A.E. (2015). Helping students to climb the mountain: A study to inform the development of a resource to improve the learning of statistics in psychology. Psychology Teaching Review, 21(1), 56-67.

Morys-Carter, W.L., Paltoglou, A.E., Davies, E.L. (2015). Vertical enhancement of second-year psychology research. Psychology Teaching Review, 21(1), 68-72.

Paltoglou, A.E., Morys-Carter, W.L., Davies, E.L. (2019). From anxiety to confidence: Exploring the measurement of statistics confidence and its relationship with experience, knowledge, and competence within psychology undergraduate students. Psychology Learning and Teaching doi: 10.1177/1475725718819290