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2014 Webinar Profile

Matching Design and Analysis
Presented by Joseph Keebler, Wichita State University
Friday, July 11

ABOUT THE WEBINAR
In this webinar, Keebler will briefly match experimental designs with statistical analysis techniques. Often these topics are taught separately, and it can be confusing, daunting, and frustrating to collect data only to realize that the analyses needed are out of the researcher's realm of expertise. This webinar will review major experimental and quasi-experimental design criteria in light of the types of questions they can answer, and then couple each design to a specific analysis that will aid researchers in making the correct decisions about their data. Keebler's aim is to provide insight into the usefulness of statistics as a powerful tool for understanding data in research.

ABOUT THE PRESENTER

Keebler
Joseph Keebler

Joseph Keebler is an assistant professor of human factors psychology at Wichita State University. His research focuses on training and teamwork in medical, military, and consumer systems. As director of the Training Research and Applied Cognitive Engineering Laboratory, he works on multiple efforts examining these topics, including understanding expertise, cognition, and training for decision making in high-risk tasks; exploring the effects of augmented reality on embodied learning; integrating human teams in medical systems; and studying human-robot interaction in unmanned vehicle command-and-control. Throughout his research, he has relied heavily on a multitude of statistical techniques, including basic tests such as ANOVAs and t-tests, through structural equation modeling and hierarchical linear models. He teaches undergraduate coursework in biopsychology and research methods, and graduate courses in philosophical and biological aspects of behavior, advanced linear modeling, and teamwork and training.


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