Scientific & Statistical Reasoning – Summary interim exam 3 (UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM)

 

This bundle contains everything you need to know for the fifth interim exam for the course "Scientific & Statistical Reasoning" given at the University of Amsterdam. It contains both articles, book chapters and lectures. It consists of the following materials:

Field, Chapter 6

Field, Chapter 8

Field, Chapter 9

Field, Chapter 11

Foster (2010)

Pearl (2018)

SRH (2008) – Chapter 3

 

Kievit, Frankenhaus, Waldorp & Borsboom (2013)

Dienes (2008) – Chapter 1

Marewski & Olsson (2009)

SRH (2008) – Chapter 9

Furr & Bacharach (2014)

Mitchell & Tetlock (2017)

LeBel & Peters (2011)

Bundle items:
Discovering statistics using IBM SPSS statistics by Andy Field, fifth edition – Summary chapter 6
Discovering statistics using IBM SPSS statistics by Andy Field, fifth edition – Summary chapter 8
Discovering statistics using IBM SPSS statistics by Andy Field, fifth edition – Summary chapter 9
Discovering statistics using IBM SPSS statistics by Andy Field, fifth edition – Summary chapter 11
Foster (2010). Causal inference and developmental psychology.” – Article summary
“Pearl (2018). Confounding and deconfounding: Or, slaying the lurking variable.” - Article summary
“Shadish (2008). Critical thinking in quasi-experimentation.” - Article summary
“Kievit et al. (2013). Simpson’s paradox in psychological science: A practical guide.” - Article summary
Dienes (2008). Understanding psychology as a science.” – Article summary
“Marewski & Olsson (2009). Formal modelling of psychological processes.” - Article summary
“Dennis & Kintsch (2008). Evaluating theories.” - Article summary
"Furr & Bacharach (2014). Estimating and evaluating convergent and discriminant validity evidence.” - Article summary
“Furr & Bacharach (2014). Estimating practical effects: Binomial effect size display, Taylor-Russell tables, utility analysis and sensitivity / specificity.” – Article summary
“Furr & Bacharach (2014). Scaling.” - Article summary
“Mitchell & Tetlock (2017). Popularity as a poor proxy for utility.” - Article summary
“LeBel & Peters (2011). Fearing the future of empirical psychology: Bem’s (2011) evidence of psi as a case study of deficiencies in modal research practice.” - Article summary
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