Alexander is a Ph.D candidate and Research Assistant at NUS. He has a Bachelors Degree (1st Class Hons) in Psychology, and has taught undergraduate Statistics and Research Methods since 2015.
Alexander's passion for teaching and his unique ability to simplify complex statistical concepts means that there hasn't yet been a student so hopeless he couldn't help.
Theorizing & Hypotheses
Why is this hypothesis thing so important, and why don't I know what it is?
Correlations & Regression
Correlation doesn't equal causation. That's all I know about this topic.
Reliability & Validity
Internal validity, external validity, and somehow this is important for my survey design?
One-way ANOVA, Factorial design, between-subjects, within-subjects...SPSS???
True experiments, Quasi experiments, Field experiments, IVs, DVs...how is this psychology again?
Multiple regressions, Logistic regressions, moderations, mediations, and everything else unholy under the sun.
Samples, populations, standard deviations, standard errors, sampling distributions
PCA, EFA, CFA, factor loadings, rotations...maybe I should start looking for another degree...