On this page you can find the answer to your question yourself by browsing the list of websites, literature references and other useful information on methodology and statistics.
If you have a question about a methodological subject (e.g. confounds) or statistical analysis (e.g. ANCOVA), the sources below can be used to get your question answered.
Dr. Stat is an online programme to get the basics of Statistics. You can learn and practice only very basic issues, but the website is appreciated by some students. SSO costs 7.50 Euro.
The website of Andy Field (author of the popular book discovering Statistics Using SPSS). It is a peculiar site, but is packed with a lot of information.
A lot of information, not only about analysis, but also about designs, measurement scales and sampling.
Mainly focused on the use of SPSS analyzes and interpretation of results.
Mainly focused on the basis of statistical analyzes.
The sources below provide a wealth of information on programming and statistics software, such as SPSS.
A collection of information and tutorials for a great number of statistical packages, including SPSS, R, Mplus, MLwiN, SAS, STATA, en LaTeX.
Quick-R is an ideal website to learn R when you’re used to SPSS. For many SPSS analyses SPSS the R syntax will be given.
A forum is a website which allows users to interact with each other online by providing a platform for discussions or questions and answers. Forums are useful for two reasons. First of all, there is a good chance of your question being answered on the spot by an active user with relevant knowledge. And secondly, forums are open to all. This means that you can use the search function to see if your question has already been posted.
Below you will find some useful links to books and articles on topics related to statistics and methodology. Most books are available at the university library for perusal or borrowing.