syl2012 - STA6127 Statistical Methods for Social Research 2...

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STA 6127 Statistical Methods for Social Research 2 Spring 2011 Section 7314 – Floyd 100 – MWF 3 Instructor: Dr. Larry Winner Office: 228 Griffin/Floyd, 273-2995 Office Hours: TBA (See class website) e-mail: winner@stat.ufl.edu (use sparingly) Text: Statistical Methods for the Social Sciences, 4 th Ed , Agresti and Finlay Course Description: Statistical methods commonly applied in social science research, with a single response (dependent) variable and one or more explanatory/control (independent) variable(s). Cases covered include when the response and prediction variables are of interval, nominal, and ordinal scales. Models, interpretations, and computing (SPSS) will be stressed. Course Topics Multiple Linear Regression o Model o Regression Coefficient Estimates, Standard Errors, t-tests o Analysis of Variance, F-test o Computer Output o Multiple Correlation, and R 2 o Modeling Interactions o Comparing Models o Partial Correlation o Standardized Regression Coefficients Comparing Groups: Analysis of Variance Methods
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