Psychology 614

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Winter, 2004

The class website: www.lsa.umich.edu/psych/courses/psyc614

and one (only one) of the following two:Multidimensional Scalingby Davison

The Tabachnik and Fidell book is more "cookbookish" than Johnson and Wichern. J&W use a little matrix algebra. I suggest you purchase the book that fits your own tastes for detail of mathematical explanation; browse through the two books and decide which one you'd prefer reading during the semester. I do not have preferences for the software package used in the course. The examples I will offer in class will be computed in SPSS, Splus, Maple, Matlab, KYST, SINDSCAL, SAS and ADDTREE, but students who know other packages are welcome to use those when possible. I'll bring up the issue of statistics packages throughout the course.Using Multivariate Statisticsby Tabachnik and Fidell

Applied Multivariate Statistical Analysisby Johnson and Wichern

- Complete remaining topics from 613
- Multidimensional scaling (two-way, three-way)
- Tree structures and cluster analysis
- Unfolding analysis
- A little matrix algebra
- Principal components analysis
- Covariance algebra
- Test theory (in particular, reliability)
- A very basic introduction to structural equations modelling (SEM)
- Review of repeated measures ANOVA
- Multivariate analysis of variance
- Discriminant analysis
- Canonical correlation

The class website: www.lsa.umich.edu/psych/courses/psyc614

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