Statistical Tables and Software Packages

How have software packages made statistical tables obsolete? Do statistical tables change over time? Why or why not? If not for the statistical tables and software packages, how would you derive the values contained in the statistical tables? I don’t think that software packages have made statistical tables absolutely obsolete. Statistical tables are learning tools... Continue Reading →


Research, Statistics, and Psychology

The scientific method is the instrument by which humanity is able to overcome the chains of subjectivism, turn from the shadows of pattern and prediction, and face the blinding light of causality. As to psychology, the scientific method is the main avenue through which research concerning cognition, behavior, and mental functionality is carried out; and... Continue Reading →

Mendel on Patterns of Inheritance

How did Mendel’s approach to answering scientific questions differ from that of his contemporaries? Well, there were many differences between Mendel and his contemporaries. For instance, he applied mathematics to plant breeding, which no one else had done. By doing this he was able to accurately track gene inheritance, even recessive gene inheritance, through many... Continue Reading →

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