Experienced Statistics & Research Methods Tutor
Brisbane tutor in Psychology, Statistics
(4 student reviews)
** Due to COVID-19 all sessions are online until further notice. Zoom is preferred. * Please do not ask me to write for you. I will refuse.
SPSS statistics package, including syntax. I have SPSS installed. I can demonstrate using share screen. I can guide you when you share your screen. Doing it yourself is the best way to learn.
I explain statistics with examples.
I explain the integration of research design and data analysis.
Logic of Research Report writing in APA style.
* I will not write reports for you.
Standard Deviation, Standard Error, Confidence Intervals
Z-tests, t-tests, correlation, Missing Values Analysis (MVA), multiple regression, moderated regression, mediated regression, bootstrapping, PROCESS macro, repeated measures ANOVA, between subjects ANOVA, mixed ANOVA, MANOVA, MANCOVA, factor analysis, syntax
Parametric & Non-parametric tests
We can cover the basics first to check your level of understanding, or we can go straight to more difficult analyses.
Psychology subjects: I can mentor you with your learning in various areas of psychology.
Tip: Learning statistics takes at least as much time as any other course. Approach behaviour toward doing the work is the best way to improve your self-efficacy. Make a study schedule and stick to it.
Course Convenor for 1st year Psychology Research Design & Analysis
Lecturer & Tutor 1st & 2nd year Psychology Research Design & Analysis
Tutor 3rd year Psychology Research Design & Analysis
Tutor for Psychology Honours students
Lecturer & Tutor for Nursing Masters students
Mentoring experience with PhD and Masters students
Senior Research Assistant University of Queensland (2014-2015)
Senior Research Assistant Griffith University (2003-2012)
2002: Bachelor of Psychology (Honours), Griffith University
2006: Master of Philosophy (Psychology), Griffith University
Morris, M., Halford, W. K., Petch, J. & Hardwick, D. (2016). Predictors of engagement
in family mediation and outcomes for families that fail to engage. Family Process.
Hardwick, D., Cutmore, T., & Hine, T. J. (2014). How do visual attentional factors
combine to produce saccades of very fast latencies? Journal of Ophthalmology, 2014,
Article ID 850606, 10 pages, http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/850606
Chappell, M., Hine, T. J., Acworth C. & Hardwick, D. (2006). Attention capture by the
flash-lag flash. Vision Research, 46, 3205-3213.
Chappell, M., Hine, T. J., Acworth, C., & Hardwick, D. (2004). Testing temporal
integration and attentional-capture accounts of the spatial mis-localization of moving
objects [Abstract]. Journal of Vision, 4(8), 580a, http://journalofvision.org/4/8/580/,
Chappell, M., Hardwick, D., & Hine, T. J. (2003). Combining the flash-lag and
Poggendorff illusions. Vision Sciences Society Third Annual Meeting, May 9-14,
Sarasota, Florida. Poster FR8.
Chappell, M., Hine, T. J., & Hardwick, D. (2002). The flash-lag effect and
equiluminance. Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology, 30, 213-216.
During May to September 2020: Due to Lock Down & Disruption to casual employment,
first new 1 hour session free, then $30 for the second hour if longer than 1 hour
During May to September 2020: Discount for regular tuition $30 per hour
Payment for second session (or second hour) by bank transfer in advance
Special Offer - May to Sept 2020, first new 1 hour online free
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