Core Statistics: Practical Knowledge for the Health Sciences

Author(s): Daniel Rodriguez

Edition: 1

Copyright: 2020

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Chapter 1 Requirements for Learning Statistics
Chapter 2 Variables
Chapter 3 Probability
Chapter 4 Distributions
Chapter 5 Testing Research Hypotheses
Chapter 6 Comparing Means from Two Independent Samples
Chapter 7 Comparing Means from Three or More Independent Samples
Chapter 8 N-Way ANOVA
Chapter 9 Repeated Measures Designs
Chapter 10 Covariance and Correlations
Chapter 11 Multiple Regression Analysis
Chapter 12 Cross-Tabulations
Chapter 13 Binary Logistic Regression

Appendix

Daniel Rodriguez

Daniel Rodriguez is a professor of Public Health at La Salle University in Philadelphia. His areas of specialization are biostatistics, research methods, and epidemiology. Dr. Rodriguez teaches courses in all three of these areas as well as a grant writing seminar and the capstone course sequence for Masters level students. Dr. Rodriguez also consults with research professionals preparing and managing federal and foundation grants. He has been a biostatistician on numerous federally funded grants and has secured and completed grants of his own. Dr. Rodriguez has extensive training in statistics and research methods, with particular focus on structural equation modeling (SEM) and longitudinal data analysis. More detail about Dr. Rodriguez’s career can be found in his Curriculum Vitae. 

Chapter 1 Requirements for Learning Statistics
Chapter 2 Variables
Chapter 3 Probability
Chapter 4 Distributions
Chapter 5 Testing Research Hypotheses
Chapter 6 Comparing Means from Two Independent Samples
Chapter 7 Comparing Means from Three or More Independent Samples
Chapter 8 N-Way ANOVA
Chapter 9 Repeated Measures Designs
Chapter 10 Covariance and Correlations
Chapter 11 Multiple Regression Analysis
Chapter 12 Cross-Tabulations
Chapter 13 Binary Logistic Regression

Appendix

Daniel Rodriguez

Daniel Rodriguez is a professor of Public Health at La Salle University in Philadelphia. His areas of specialization are biostatistics, research methods, and epidemiology. Dr. Rodriguez teaches courses in all three of these areas as well as a grant writing seminar and the capstone course sequence for Masters level students. Dr. Rodriguez also consults with research professionals preparing and managing federal and foundation grants. He has been a biostatistician on numerous federally funded grants and has secured and completed grants of his own. Dr. Rodriguez has extensive training in statistics and research methods, with particular focus on structural equation modeling (SEM) and longitudinal data analysis. More detail about Dr. Rodriguez’s career can be found in his Curriculum Vitae.