R-Squared: Telling us what we know and what we do not know

A Tool for Complex Mediation and Moderation Models

Data Separation

Testing Assumptions of Linear Regression in SPSS

Testing Normality in SPSS

What to do When Your Sample Size is Not Big Enough

Tips for Setting up Your Online Survey to Collect Quantitative Data

There’s Nothing Odd about the Odds Ratio: Interpreting Binary Logistic Regression

The Law of the Farm and Your Dissertation

Too often in our undergraduate years we’ve learned to cram for school and tests.  You may have procrastinated all semester, and then pulled all-nighters for the final paper or test.  Cramming is antithetical to the law of the farm.  The Law of the Farm essentially says that to be a farmer, you have to plan,

Writing a quantitative research question

Formulating a quantitative research question can often be a difficult task.  When composing a research question, a researcher needs to determine if they want to describe data, compare differences among groups, assess a relationship, or determine if a set of variables predict another variable.  The type of question the researcher asks will help to determine