NEURBIO 257: Statistics for Neurobiologists is taught in Winter Quarter by Professor Norbert Fortin.
Dr. Norbert Fortin
Restriction: Graduate students only.
Introduction to common methods for statistical analysis used in neurobiology. Topics covered include t-tests, ANOVAs, correlations and regressions, general linear model, power analysis, and non-parametric tests.
|2||Descriptive Statistics and Assignment #1|
|3||Correlation, Regression, and Prediction|
|4||In-Class Assignment #2|
|5||Probability and Sampling Distributions|
|6||In-Class Assignment #3|
|7||hypothesis Testing and T-Tests|
|8||In-Class Assignment #4|
|11||One-Way ANOVAs (Factorial and Repeated Measures)|
|12||In-Class Assignment #5|
|13||Two-Way ANOVAs (Factorial and Repeated Measures|
|14||In-Class Assignment #6|
|15||Review of Midterm and ANOVA Assignments (#5 and #6)|
|16||Non-Parametric Tests, Resampling Techniques|
|18||Categorical Data (e.g., Chi-Squares)|
|19||Power Failures (Replicability Issues), Power Analysis|
|20||Power Analyses and Other Aspects of Experimental Design|