Statistics in Psychosocial Research (Measurement) OpenCourseWare: Johns Hopkins University's Free Online Graduate Level Statistics Course

Published Dec 28, 2008

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Learn how to quantify social science studies through different methods of statistical analysis from Johns Hopkins University's free OpenCourseWare class, 'Statistics in Psychosocial Research (Measurement).' This course is intended for graduate students who have an understanding of statistics and an interest in the application of advanced statistics to the social sciences.

Statistics in Psychosocial Research (Measurement): Course Specifics

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Statistics in Psychosocial Research (Measurement): Course Description

'Statistics in Psychosocial Research (Measurement)' is offered by Johns Hopkins University Department of Mental Health in Baltimore, Maryland. The main focus of the course is learning to express the psychological and social sciences in a quantitative format. Students learn advanced statistics and apply the math to real life examples from the social sciences, such as socioeconomic status, quality of life and consumer satisfaction. Doctoral students are the targeted audience for this course. It is taught by Johns Hopkins University's School of Public Health lecturers Elizabeth Garrett-Mayer, William Eaton and Jeannie-Marie Leoutsakos.

This course includes lecture notes and presentations, a list of required and recommended reading and links to relevant web pages. Those interested in this free course should visit the course page for psychosocial research statistics and measurement.

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