Topics are organised by approximate level of difficulty.

- If you are studying at the undergraduate level, most of the relevant material can be found either in the Introductory Topics or Intermediate Topics tabs.
- For fourth year students and above, you should review the introductory and intermediate topics to make sure you have a good understanding of the relevant techniques before progressing to the advanced topics.
- A particular analytic method may be covered at all three levels, but more difficult or advanced aspect will obviously be dealt with only under the Advanced Topics tab.

This repository was originally set up by Mark Horswill and is contributed to by the statistics and methodology lecturers in the School of Psychology at the University of Queensland (including Winnifred Louis, Natalie Loxton, Jason Tangen, and Mark Horswill). It is currently maintained by Aarti Iyer and Blake McKimmie. This repository will grow with time until it becomes a sprawling knowledge feast of statistical mayhem.

Resources for Advanced Statistics. The following links will download notes for the various statistical techniques. Files are provided in a single format (either PDF, Word, or Excel).

Test standardisation and the normal distribution -Reliability & validity -Individual score interpretation: SEM, SEdiff -Evaluating diagnostic tests: 2x2 tables, likelihood ratios, ROC curves -Signal detection theory -Power analysis -Meta-analysis primers

More complex ANOVA designs

CFA files

Testing for mediation using regression

Notes on how to conduct a meta-analysis

PSYC4050 files

Mark Horswill's notes on the reliable change index.

How to do SEM.

Gary Chan Workshop 2016

Resources for Intermediate Statistics. The following links will download notes for the various statistical techniques. Files are provided in a single format (either PDF, Word, or Excel).

Includes a variety of ANOVA designs and ANCOVA.

Includes multiple regression, hierarchical regression, mediated regression, moderated regression, and logistic regression.

Data screening

Using regression to test for mediation

Using regression to test for moderation

A range of introductory statistics topics. The following links will download notes for the various statistical techniques. Files are provided in a single format (either PDF, Word, or Excel).

How to do and write up a power analysis. Useful for undergraduates and postgraduates.

Revision of topics including central tendency, standard deviation, and frequency distributions.