Tools Workshop 1
Analyzing Statistical Data Using SPSS
Thursday, January 6
East Campus Library 3313
Are you interested in learning how to analyze statistical data? Perhaps your data is stuck in Qualtrics or Excel and you’re not sure what to do next. This workshop will introduce faculty and graduate students to SPSS, among the tools most commonly utilized to analyze statistical data. Note: This workshop is recommended for individuals who have conducted (or will conduct) quantitative research and who have a basic, intermediate or advanced understanding of descriptive and inferential statistics.
Not sure this workshop is for you? Would you prefer a one-on-one consultation that would jump start your research or scholarship skills, knowledge or abilities? Click here to learn more about the array of individualized appointments offered during January Symposium for graduate students, part-time faculty and full-time faculty.
Peter de Michele and Kevin Apple
Peter E. De Michele, Ph.D. (U.Va., 2000) is Assistant Director of Evaluation and Survey Research at James Madison University's Office of Institutional Research. He provides support to JMU through participation in, and teaching about, survey methodology, design, and analysis. He is president of the Virginia Association for Management Analysis and Planning (VAMAP).
Kevin J. Apple graduated with a PhD in experimental psychology from Ohio University in 1997 with a focus on social psychology. He is currently an Associate Professor and an Assistant Department Head in the Department of Psychology. His research interests include attribution theory, intergroup relations, and human perception. He regularly teaches a Psychological Statistics course and a Psychology of the Holocaust course.
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