# Laura Roberts

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This is the first Powerpoint presentation in a series that will teach you the statistical methods for the social sciences. After you view this first lesson, you will be able to answer the following questions: 1. How can statistical methods help you
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This video will provide answers to the following questions: 1. What are variables? 2. How do variables, attributes, and codes differ? 3. What are the four levels of measurement scales: nominal, ordinal, interval, and ratio? 4. Why do statisticians
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Education, Mathematics, Statistics
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This lesson will provide definitions of the following statistical concepts: 1. Frequency distribution 2. Cumulative frequency distribution 3. Cumulative percentage distribution 4. Proportions and Percents
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You will be able to recognize and interpret the following: 1. A histogram 2. A frequency polygon 3. A normal curve 4. A cumulative frequency curve 5. A cumulative percentage curve 6. An ogive curve
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You will know: 1. Guidelines for clustering data 2. Tabular methods for clustered data 3. Graphical methods for clustered data 4. How to interpret curves for various types of datasets
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You will learn: 1. to define percentile points 2. to define percentile ranks 3. to use the cumulative percentage curve to approximate percentile points and ranks 4. to define other special percentiles
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This Chapter shows how to make inferences about the links between two categorical level variables for single sample cases.
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Chi-square Goodness of Fit test
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Higher Education
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An examples of a chi-square goodness of fit test
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This lesson shows how to compute a test of independent using chi-square. Data for this test are categorical, for example, frequencies, proportions, or percents.
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Examining changes among proportions over time. For example, proportion in favor of one candidate or the other in August versus October.
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This video shows a worked example of a chi-square test for categorical data.
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This video shows how to conduct a chi-square test of independence.
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This video shows how to conduct McNemar's test for change in proportional data over time, for example, change in political opinions from August to October.
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Introductory video for Statistics for the Social Sciences
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This video covers the main points social scientists need to understand about variables.
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This video shows how to make inferences about categorical data, proportions, for example.
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This video shows how to compute a Chi-Square Goodness of Fit Test.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Statistics and Research Methods Professor and Mentor

MY TEACHING STYLE

Socratic

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Outstanding Research Award - Penn State University

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Ph.D. Human Development

Two-Time Beach Flags Champion (Sprints) Nastar Silver Medal (Skiing) Kickboxer