Vol 3 No 1 (2010): Special Issue of Statistics in Psychology
Special Issue of Statistics in Psychology

Research Article

Chong Ho Yu
9-22
Exploratory data analysis in the context of data mining and resampling.
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Kardi Teknomo, Ma. Regina E. Estuar
23-36
Clustering as an EDA method: the case of pedestrian directional flow behavior.
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Fernando Marmolejo-Ramos, Tian Siva Tian
37-45
The shifting boxplot. A boxplot based on essential summary statistics around the mean.
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Dominic Beaulieu-Prévost
46-57
Gaining confidence with intervals: practical guidelines, advices and tricks of the trade to face real-life situations.
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Denis Cousineau, Sylvain Chartier
58-67
Outliers detection and treatment: a review.
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Jake Olivier, Melissa M. Norberg
68-77
Positively skewed data: revisiting the box-cox power transformation.
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Delphine S. Courvoisier, Olivier Renaud
78-87
Robust analysis of the central tendency, simple and multiple regression and ANOVA: a step by step tutorial.
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Ronald Fischer, Taciano L. Milfont
88-96
Standardization in psychological research.
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Masaki Matsunaga
97-110
How to factor-analyze your data right: do’s, don’ts, and how-to’s.
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Taciano L. Milfont, Ronald Fischer
111-130
Testing measurement invariance across groups: applications in cross-cultural research.
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Debdulal Dutta Roy
131-139
Cluster analysis for test-retest reliability
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John C. Dunn
140-149
How to fit models of recognition memory data using maximum likelihood.
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Julio Sánchez-Meca, Fulgencio Marín-Martínez
150-162
Meta-analysis in psychological research.
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Jorge González Burgos
163-175
Bayesian methods in psychological research: the case of IRT.
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Chueh An Hsieh, Alexander von Eye
176-207
The best of both worlds: a joint modeling approach for the assessment of change across repeated measurements
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