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Need a speedy explanation of what an independent samples ttest is and how to calculate it by hand? This is the course for you! At the end of this course you'll be able to calculate the independent samples t test from raw data with ease. Master the independent samples ttest quickly and easily in this selfpaced course.
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You'll have a half hour worth of lectures, six activities to help you learn, and five quizzes (with full explanations of answers) to help you assess your knowledge. Lectures build upon one another starting with basic terminology and then working through progressively harder problem sets. You'll be able to use discussion boards to swap flashcard resources with peers and download crash course resources to help you organize your hand calculations. This course is efficient and only focuses on the materials you need in order to hand calculate the independent samples ttest. A ttest helps you compare whether two groups have different average values; now let this course help you improve your test score averages! With 45 minutes of content in this selfpaced course you'll be well prepared to tackle your next statistics test.
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Section 1: Welcome!  

Lecture 1  02:13  
This lecture will give you an overview of the material that will be covered in this course.
Once you're finished with the lecture, please introduce yourself on the discussion board. 

Lecture 2  1 page  
Please introduce yourself to the class. Use the discussion board to let people know who you are and why you are taking this class. 

Section 2: Formula for the Independent Samples t Test  
Lecture 3  10:11  
By the end of this lecture, you'll be able to understand what all the symbols in the formula for an independent samples t test are.


Lecture 4  1 page  
Practice learning the symbols by making note cards and then sharing them with your classmates. 

Quiz 1  9 questions  
Test your knowledge of the information that we have just covered.While you may round to any place value you wish in practice problems, in order for the quiz to register answers correctly, make sure to round all answers to the hundredths place (0.339 will be 0.34). Please also report leading 0's (ex: 0.11 NOT .11). 

Lecture 5  1 page  
This file has the questions and answers to the quiz on the formula for the independent samples t test. 

Section 3: Process of Solving an Independent Samples t Test  
Lecture 6  11:25  
By the end of this lecture you should be able to understand the order of operations to completing an independent samples t test.


Lecture 7  1 page  
Take time to study and condense your notes on the process of solving an independent samples t test. Doing so will improve your understanding of the material. To summarize your notes I want you to create a tweet about the process of solving an independent samples t test. Once you’ve created your tweet, post it into the discussion section to share with your peers. 

Quiz 2  5 questions  
Test your knowledge of the information that we have just covered.While you may round to any place value you wish in practice problems, in order for the quiz to register answers correctly, make sure to round all answers to the hundredths place (0.339 will be 0.34). Please also report leading 0's (ex: 0.11 NOT .11). 

Lecture 8  1 page  
The questions and answers to the quiz on the process of solving an Independent Samples t Test. 

Section 4: Solving an Easier Difficulty Independent Samples t Test  
Lecture 9  05:46  
By the end of this lecture you should be able to correctly compute an independent samples t test when given the mean and estimated standard error. 

Lecture 10  1 page  
Practice solving an independent samples t test when you are given the mean and estimated standard error. 

Lecture 11 
Answer to Practice Problem #1

2 pages  
Quiz 3  3 questions  
Test your knowledge of the information that we have just covered.While you may round to any place value you wish in practice problems, in order for the quiz to register answers correctly, make sure to round all answers to the hundredths place (0.339 will be 0.34). Please also report leading 0's (ex: 0.11 NOT .11). 

Lecture 12  1 page  
Here are the answers to the prior quiz. 

Section 5: Solving a Medium Difficulty Independent Samples t Test  
Lecture 13  09:40  
By the end of this lecture you should be able to correctly compute an independent samples t test when given the mean and pooled variance. 

Lecture 14  1 page  
Practice solving a harder independent samples t test. 

Lecture 15 
Answer to Practice Problem #2

1 page  
Quiz 4  3 questions  
Test your knowledge of the information that we have just covered.While you may round to any place value you wish in practice problems, in order for the quiz to register answers correctly, make sure to round all answers to the hundredths place (0.339 will be 0.34). Please also report leading 0's (ex: 0.11 NOT .11). 

Lecture 16 
Answers to Quiz 4: Solving a Medium Difficulty Independent Samples t Test

3 pages  
Section 6: Solving an Independent Samples t Test from Data  
Lecture 17  13:38  
By the end of this lecture you'll be able to correctly compute an independent samples t test from data. 

Lecture 18  1 page  
Practice solving a more difficult independent samples t test. 

Lecture 19 
Answer to Practice Problem #3

2 pages  
Quiz 5  3 questions  
Test your knowledge of the information that we have just covered.While you may round to any place value you wish in practice problems, in order for the quiz to register answers correctly, make sure to round all answers to the hundredths place (0.339 will be 0.34). Please also report leading 0's (ex: 0.11 NOT .11). 

Lecture 20 
Answers to Quiz 5: Solving an Independent Samples t Test from Data

3 pages  
Section 7: Summary and Next Steps You Need to Take  
Lecture 21  10 pages  
These lecture slides help you to review what you have learned. 

Lecture 22  1 page  
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Background:
Assistant Professor of Psychology at a small liberal arts university in Los Angeles since 2009
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Teach: statistics, research methods, psychology and money course for a Psychology department
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Philosophy:
I believe everyone can benefit from understanding how to solve complex problems and can do so without having to pay for a professional tutor. I was born into a family of teachers and I've tutored students since my high school days. I enjoy helping people learn concepts that are initially hard for them by breaking down big ideas into smaller easy to understand ideas. I understand that students today have many pressures on their time so I've designed my courses to quickly help you understand a concept.