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Welcome:

Here is the Syllabus for our class, so you can see where this class fits within the semester.  Online students can join in the conversation by tweeting to   or if you want more than 140 characters, use Padlet.

 

Purpose:

This page provides resources that complement our Research Methods class lecture on logistic regression.  You can access the power point used during lecture by clicking on teaching presentation.

 

Readings For Today:

Students should read their logistic regression handout and assigned class materials (Pallant, 2010; Mertler & Vannatta 2013; Gonick & Smith, 1993; & Wong, Brownson & Schwing, 2011) prior to watching the two teaching videos

 

Example: 

Wong, Y. J., Brownson, C., & Schwing, A. E. (2011). Risk and protective factors associated with Asian American students’ suicidal ideation: A multicampus, national study. Journal of College Student Development, 52(4), 396-408.

 

SPSS How To Videos:

Video #1 http://youtu.be/uwpjTFox9ko demonstrates how to run a logistic regression in SPSS 21.

 

Video #2  http://youtu.be/Q5CYDK-p8L8 talks about key aspects that students want to pay attention to when interpreting SPSS output for logistic regression.

 

 

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