October 31, 2005

Research Ethics - Resources

Articles about Authorship Credit

Stith, S.M., Jester, S.B., & Linn, J.L. (1992). Student-faculty collaborative research. Family Relations, 41, 470-474.

Fine, M.A., & Kurdek, L.A. (1993). Reflections on determining authorship credit and authorship order on faculty-student collaborations. American Psychologist, 48(11), 1141-1147.

Click Download file
to see the publication policy for the Minnesota-Texas Adoption Research project, a longitudinal multi-site, interdisciplinary project involving faculty, staff, graduate students, undergraduates, volunteer interns, and an advisory board.

University of Minnesota Human Subjects Training Options

Click here to view several online training options.

Click here to go to the IRB website.

Posted by hgroteva at 9:10 PM

October 18, 2005

JMF Issue on Family Theory & Methods

The newest issue, November 2005, of Journal of Marriage and Family highlights theoretical and methodological issues in studying families. Alan Acock has an article on 'working with missing values' and you will find articles on linking theory and methods, studying dyads using longitudinal methods, two-wave panel analysis, participatory research, comparing statistical programs, and much much more.

Posted by vonko002 at 7:32 PM

October 5, 2005

Create your own regression line

This is a fun exercise. You can plot your own regression line and see the residuals. In fact, you can find a link to several Java based interactive probability and statistical tools on Charles Stanton's home page. Enjoy!

Posted by vonko002 at 10:10 PM