Here’s a short course on Statistics for Psychologists.

## Index of Posts

- Statistics for Psychologists
- Statistics for Psychologists: Prerequisites
- Introduction to Statistics for Psychologists
- Scales of Measurement (Statistics for Psychologists)
- Measure of Central Tendency (Statistics for Psychologists)
- Arithmetic, Geometric and Harmonic Mean (Statistics for Psychologists)
- Median and Mode (Statistics for Psychologists)
- Measures of Dispersion – 1 (Statistics for Psychologists)
- Measures of Dispersion – 2 (Statistics for Psychologists)
- Comparing Two Distributions – Correlation Coefficient (Statistics for Psychologists)
- Rank Correlation and Lines of Regression (Statistics for Psychologists)

## Related Video Lectures

- Video 1: Introduction and Scales of Measurements (Statistics for Psychologists)
- Video 2, 3, 4: Measures of Central Tendency (Statistics for Psychologists)
- Video 5, 6: Measures of Dispersion (Statistics for Psychologists)
- Video 7: Coefficient of Correlation (Statistics for Psychologists)

## JASP: Statistical Package

JASP is a free alternative to SPSS with an easy user interface. Students who wish to learn a step ahead, may consider reading these articles to familiarise yourself with this software. Aim is to introduce a new statistical package that will help you with your job/research in future.

Note that I have no association with this software or its developers (University of Arizona, Netherlands). These articles are posted purely for the benefit of students.