Statistics and Mathematics Support

Statistics and Mathematics Support

Need help with research methods and statistical analysis? Need assistance with SPSS and Microsoft Excel? Email [email protected] or [email protected]

Workshops

Getting Started with SPSS

SPSS stands for “Statistical Package for the Social Sciences”, but it is more than that. It is commonly used across disciplines, including Psychology and Business. In this workshop, you will learn the different components of SPSS, enter new data, create new variables, basic data cleaning, and run basic descriptive statistics. Previous knowledge of statistics or data analysis is not required.

Week Workshop TopicDayDate, Time and Venue

2

Getting Started with SPSS - to register, please scan this QR code

SPSS Jul23

Thursday

22 February 2024, 11.30 AM – 2.30 PM, B2-06 Computer lab
[register on or before 21 February, 10 AM, SGT]


[First come, first served basis; computer lab’s capacity is at 24 pax]


For late registration, cancellation, and inquiries, contact Dr Kunchana Chouynuu at [email protected]

Simple and Multiple Regression Analysis

This is a basic workshop which aims to introduce the concepts and applications of and assumption testing for simple and hierarchical multiple regression analyses. This workshop is designed specifically for students in the psychology honours/graduate diploma degree programs as well as in the business and psychology master’s degree programs. It is also suitable for students in other study programs who would like to strengthen their knowledge of basic regression analysis and to have hands-on experience in conducting the analysis in SPSS.

Week Workshop TopicDayDate, Time and Venue

3

Simple and Multiple Regression Analysis - to register, please scan this QR code

QR- simple multiple LC workshop

Thursday

29 February, 2 – 5 PM , B2-04 Computer lab
[register on or before 28 February, 10 AM, SGT]


[First come, first served basis; computer lab’s capacity is at 24 pax]


For late registration, cancellation, and inquiries, contact Dr Kunchana Chouynuu at [email protected]

The Stats Camp by Learning Centre SP53 2023

The Stats Camp is initiated to provide students with attentive and continuous assistance from Learning Advisors. Students will be provided with plenty of face-to-face opportunities to seek help or ask questions on relevant topics. Seminar discussion on a variety of statistical and research-related topics will be offered.

The camp seminar programs are designed specifically for students in the psychology honours and graduate diploma degree programs as well as in the psychology/health postgraduate degree programs. It is also suitable for students in other study programs who would like to learn about mediation and moderation analyses. However, attendees are required to have basic knowledge in hierarchical multiple regression analysis prior to attending the camp seminars.

Camp Program 1 Mediation Analysis using PROCESS Macro:

  • 10 am – Camp 1 starts
  • 10 - 10.45 am – Seminar session 1 'Simple linear mediation model
  • 10.45 – 11.30 am – Seminar session 2 'Models with multiple mediators
  • 11.30 am – Break

Camp Program 2 Moderation Analysis using PROCESS Macro:

  • 11.45 am – Camp 2 starts
  • 11.45 – 12.30 pm – Seminar session 3 'Simple linear moderation model’
  • 12.30 – 1 pm – Seminar session 4 'Models with multiple moderators
  • 1 pm – Camp closed
Week Workshop TopicDayDate, Time and Venue

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The Stats Camp 1 & 2 - to register, please scan this QR code

QR Stats camp - LC

Thursday

The Stats Camp 1

28 March, 10 AM – 11.30 AM , B2-06 Computer lab [register on or before 27 March, 10 AM, SGT]


The Stats Camp 2

28 March, 11.45 AM – 1 PM , B2-06 Computer lab [register on or before 27 March, 10 AM, SGT]


[First come, first served basis; computer lab’s capacity is at 24 pax]


For late registration, cancellation, and inquiries, contact Dr Kunchana Chouynuu at [email protected]