Statistics for Psychosocial Research (Structural Models) OpenCourseWare: Graduate Level Free Online Course by Johns Hopkins University

Published Dec 28, 2008

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The social sciences can be analyzed through statistical studies using structural models. Learn to quantify such social sciences as behavior by studying with Johns Hopkins University's free OpenCourseWare class, 'Statistics in Psychosocial Research (Structural Models).' Students who take this course should understand advanced statistics and have an interest in understanding social behavior through mathematical models.

Statistics in Psychosocial Research (Structural Models): Course Specifics

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Statistics in Psychosocial Research (Structural Models): Course Description

'Statistics in Psychosocial Research (Structural Models)' is offered by the Department of Biostatistics of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. The course teaches students to use structural models to analyze and quantify social science data in topics such as public health, consumer satisfaction and quality of life. The statistics course begins with structural analysis and regression analysis and culminates with coursework in dichotomous variable factor analysis and latent class regression. It is taught by Johns Hopkins University's School of Public Health lecturers Quian-Li Xue and William Eaton. This OpenCourseWare is intended to follow the 'Statistics for Psychosocial Research (Measurement)' OpenCourseWare by Johns Hopkins University.

This OpenCourseWare offers lecture notes and presentations, a list of recommended and required reading and links to relevant web pages. Those interested in this free course should visit the statistics in psychosocial research with structural models page.

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