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1 University of Florida College of Public Health & Health Professions Department of Clinical and Health Psychology Course Syllabus CLP 6528, Measurement, Research Design and Statistics II Spring 2014, Section # 6523 (3 credits) Blended learning class: Lectures online Weekly class meeting, Tuesdays Periods 2-3 (8:35 – 10:25 am), HPNP G103 Optional review sessions with TA Mondays at 4:05 pm (HPNP G-105) Instructor: Teaching Assistants: Michael Marsiske, Ph.D. Guillermo Wippold, [email protected] Department of Clinical and Health Psychology Department of Psychology 1225 Center Dr. (HPNP), Rm 3159 P.O. Box 100165 Gainesville, FL 32610-0165 Callie Dunn, [email protected] Phone: (352) 273-5097 Department of Clinical and Health Psychology Fax: (801) 720-5897 email: [email protected] Office Hours: during optional study sessions Office Hours: Thursdays 10:30 am-11:30 pm and by appointment Other times may be available by appointment . Course description: In the Graduate Bulletin, these two courses are described as "Integration and interaction among research design, tests and measurements, and statistics." This is a challenging integration, and means that the many topics we will consider include scientific method, internal and external validity, principles guiding the design, conduct, and evaluation of measures, interpretation and dissemination of statistical results, distributions and central tendency, inference making, reliability theory, evaluation of reliability and validity, item analyses, General linear model and its embedded simple statistical procedures o evaluation and comparison means, o correlation, o regression, o one- and multi-way analyses of variance with both between- and within-subjects factors,