Learn the steps for conducting a Two-Way ANOVA procedure in SPSS with Dr. Amanda Rockinson-Szapkiw.
From assumption testing to hypothesis testing, you will learn how to use SPSS outputs to make conclusions and write a results section.
Whether you’re a doctoral candidate, graduate or undergraduate student, or researcher, my research, statistics, and SPSS courses will facilitate you in developing research and analysis knowledge and skills to be successful in reaching your goal -- passing a statistics class, successfully defending a dissertation, or publishing a research project.
I want to see you succeed.
So check out the courses I offer here. I am a full-time doctoral professor who truly enjoys teaching in the online and distance education environment. Many research and statistics courses like the ones found here on Udemy have helped hundreds of students learn the knowledge and skills needed to complete their courses, research projects, or successfully complete and defend their dissertations on their doctoral journeys.
All the best in finding success on your journey!
As the developer of this course and many university-level courses and as co-editor of Navigating the Doctoral Journey, I am committed to making sure that students have the tools that they need to persist in their degree programs and reach their goals.
Over the past 6 years serving as a doctoral faculty, I have developed and implemented processes, policies, online and mobile resources, Web-based quantitative design and analysis trainings, and YouTube analysis tutorials aimed at facilitating students’ success in their research and statistics courses and completion of their dissertations. I have served on the committee of over two dozen EdD candidates who successfully defended their dissertations, and I have mentored over two hundred EdD candidates who successfully defended their dissertations.
Further, I have authored and co-authored more than three dozen peer-reviewed journal articles and presented and co-presented over 50 professional presentations nationally and internationally, focusing on doctoral persistence and effective distance education teaching strategies. My hope is that you find the courses I've developed helpful, as many other students and researchers have, in achieving your academic and research goals and to overcome the challenges faced that often lead to attrition.