Handouts

The following are the handouts distributed during class. They are organized according to the lecture outlines.

Part I

I: Lecture Outlines
I-A: Syllabus
I-A: Summation Algebra
III-A-1: Bivariate Computation
III-A-2: First Homework Assignment
III-A-3: Bivariate Scatterplot
III-A-3: Absolute Value Criterion
III-C: Basic Terms Notation
III-D-2: Nonlinear Relation
III-D-2: U-curve Scatterplot
III-E: Effect Size
IV-A-2: Venn Diagram (1)
IV-A-2: Venn Diagram (2)
IV-B-1: Suppression: Cooperative
IV-B-1: Redundancy versus Suppression
IV-E-1: Point and Click versus Command Driven Regression Analysis
IV-E-2: SYSTAT Output for Movies Data
IV-E-2: Second Homework Assignment
V: Multiple Regression Formulas
V: Sample Exam

Part II

I-B: Term Paper
I-B: Example of Published Regression Results
I-C: Lecture Outlines
II-A: Nominal Dependent Variables
II-B-1-a: Dummy, Effect, and Orthogonal Coding
II-B-3-a: African Americans Table2
II-B-3-a: Coding African American Fields of Achievement
II-B-2-b: Third Homework Assignment
III-A-1-a: Domains, Versatility, and Life Expectancy
III-A-1-b: Age and Literary Creativity
III-A-1-c: Presidential Inflexibility and Veto Behavior
III-B-1-a: Curvilinear Scatterplots
III-B-1-a: Great Psychologists
III-B-1-a: Melodic Originality
III-B-2-a: Quadratic Multicollinearity
III-C-1: Cox Data on Creators and Leaders
III-C-1: Education and Eminence
III-C-1: Artists' Eminence and Social Relationships
III-C-1: Fourth Homework Assignment
IV-A: First Ladies
IV-A: Presidential Pettiness
IV-A: Shakespeare's Peak Age
IV-A: US Presidents
IV-B: Residual Plots
IV-B: Probability Plot
IV-B: Japanese Women Writers
IV-C: Missing Values
V: Sample Exam

Part III

I: Lecture Outlines
I-A-1: Health Psychology Example
II-A-1: Assumptions
II-B-2-a-ii: Path Diagram Conventions
II-C-2: Tracing Rule
II-D: Model Testing
II-D-1: Cox 301
II-D-1: Job Performance
II-D-1: Fifth Homework Assignment
II-D-2: Composers
II-E-1: Interpretation: Composers
II-E-2-b-iii: Scarr 1
II-E-2-b-iii: Scarr 2
II-F-1: Rodgers Psychologists
II-F-1: Experimental Manipulation

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