Goodbye and have a great summer!

· Please download HW5 assignment from this Excel worksheet. *NOTE: there are two worksheets in the workbook: one for Chapter 14 and one for Chapter 15*.

· Chapter 15

· Chapter 15

Excel demonstrations for Chapter 13 can be downloaded from here. Please note that there are multiple worksheets associated with each workbook (accessible by the tabs at the bottom).

Excel demonstrations for Chapter 14 can be downloaded from here and here.

· Please download HW4 assignment from this Excel worksheet. *NOTE: there are two worksheets in the workbook: one for Chapter 13 and one for Chapter 14*.

· NOTE: eliminate Chapter 14, Additional 1 and Additional 2. They will migrate to HW5.

· Please download HW3 assignment from this Excel worksheet. Note that mostly the problems are from the text but, as specified on the worksheet, there are changes to some of the problems.

· NOTE: No changes for HW 3 assignment.

Yesterday in class I described examples of date in which SST > 0, but SSW = 0, or SST > 0 but SSB = 0. A spreadsheet that quantifies these examples is available here.

· Chapter 11

Excel demonstrations for Chapter 11 can be downloaded from here, here, here, and here.

· Adam: Wednesday 11:30 AM - 12:20 PM, Thursday 12:00 PM - 2:0 PM

· Suzanne: Wednesday 12:00 PM - 1:20 PM, Thursday 11:00 AM - 12:20 PM

· Yiyu: Tuesday: 1:00 - 3:00, Thursday: 11:00 - 12:00

· Hour Exam 1 will be given during class time on Wednesday, 4/5/15, and exams will be given every two weeks thereafter through 5/31/15. To practice for exams, you can download previous exams from from 2006, 2008, 2009, and 2010.

· Note that the folder of exams for a given year contains the exams themselves (as Word documents) plus one "Exam Answers" Excel workbook. **Please note: **in the "Exam Answers" workbook, the answers to the individual exams are individual worksheets within the workbook that can be accessed by clicking the tabs at the bottom left.

· Please note also that different exams may have covered different materials in different years. It is up to you to figure out which material on any given practice exam is relevant to the exams this year.

· Please download HW1 assignment from this Excel worksheet. Note that mostly the problems are from the text but, as specified on the worksheet, there are changes to some of the problems.

· NOTE: *No changes* to HW 1.

· We have assigned you to the same TA that you had last quarter in Psychology 317 (although note that Dominic has been replaced by Suzanne Lewis). So please ignore the quiz section that was assigned to you by the UW computer and instead check here for your assigned quiz section. Note that *there is no Section AC*; there are only Sections AA, AB, and AD.

· If your name does not appear on this list, please email me at gloftus@u.washington.edu with a preference for quiz section time (8:30 or 9:30) and we will assign you to an appropriate section.

· If you are *absolutely* unable to attend quiz section at your assigned time, please email me at gloftus@u.washington.edu and let me know the reason. Assuming the reason is a good one, we will assign you to a section at the alternate time.

· Chapter 10

· Please download FHW assignment from this Excel worksheet. Note that mostly the problems are from the text but, as specified on the worksheet, there are changes to some of the problems.

· Drop Chapter-10 problems. They will become part of HW1 for Psychology 318.

· Chapter 9

· Chapter 10

· Please download HW3 assignment from this Excel worksheet. Note that mostly the problems are from the text but, as specified on the worksheet, there are changes to some of the problems.

· **Drop** Chapter-9 problems. They will show up on the Final HW, to be assigned this week.

· Chapter 8

· Chapter 9

· Chapter 7

· Chapter 8

· Chapter 6

· Chapter 7

· Chapter 5

· Chapter 6

· Chapter 6: all problems

· Chapter 5: Problems 2b-c, 3, 4, 6, 8, 10

· Please download HW3 assignment from this Excel worksheet. Note that mostly the problems are from the text but, as specified on the worksheet, there are changes to some of the problems.

· Chapter 4

· Chapter 5

· Appendix C

· Chapter 4

· Chapter 4: all problems

· Chapter 3: for Problems 5 and 9b: compute the expected value, but not the variance; drop Problem 10d

· Please download HW2 assignment from this Excel worksheet. Note that mostly the problems are from the text but, as specified on the worksheet, there are changes to some of the problems.

· Chapters 2, 3

· Chapter 2

· Drop all Chapter-2 problems from HW1 due tomorrow: they will become part of HW2

· NOTE: for Chapter 1, Problem 14, now with 18 students, the third sentence should read, "I do this by putting the *18* names into a hat...".

· Chapter 1

· Some time ago, I began to write an update to the text that you are using. I haven't gotten very far, but I did write versions of Chapters 1 and 2. They overlap quite a bit both with lecture and with the text that you're using. But they do have some new information and it may be worth your while to read them.

· You can download Chapter 1 here and Chapter 2 here.

· If you detect any errors (which is quite likely) or in general if you have any comments, I'd be very pleased if you emailed them to me. Thanks.

Should you like to see what happens during the entire 317-318 course, you can access the 2015 web site here. Note that most of the links will not work, but you can still get an overview of what the course is like.

I'd like you to be circumspect in emailing questions to me. If you have a question that needs an urgent answer, then phone me, stop by, or email me. However, if the question can be answered by a TA, then please direct it to your TA or any TA. If the question can wait, ask someone during office hours, or raise the question in section or in class. Thanks.

This class will be *highly* Excel-based in that HW assignments, HW answer sheets, and Exam answer sheets will all be posted in the form of Excel workbooks. It is *very, very* strongly to your advantage to become proficient in Excel. Knowing Excel will allow you, for example, to do your HW assignments faster by at least a factor of 3. It is possible to do well in the course without learning Excel, but it will be considerably more difficult than if you do learn Excel.

· Class syllabus: Please read carefully before coming to the first class lecture.

· Handout packet: I will constantly be referring to these handouts in lectures.

· Textbook errata sheet: Be sure to go through the text and actually implement the errata or you will be confused down the road.

· Please download HW1 assignment from this Excel worksheet. Note that mostly the problems are from the text but, as specified on the worksheet, there are changes to some of the problems.

· Note that HW1 is designed to cover only material that I will have covered in class through the lecture on Wednesday, 1/11/15. Because I will not know exactly what this material will be until class ends on Wednesday, there may be some adjustments to the assignment, which I will post very soon after class on Wednesday.

· This adjustment process will be true of *all * HW assignments. In general, I try to err on the side of initially assigning more rather than fewer problem on a given HW assignment. This means that any Wednesday after-class adjustments usually entail dropping problems. Dropped problems on any given HW assignment will show up as problems on the subsequent HW assignment.

· As indicated on the syllabus, the first exam will be given during class time on Wednesday, 1/14/15, and exams will be given every two weeks thereafter through 3/11/15. To practice for exams, you can download previous exams from from 2006, 2008, 2009, and 2010.

· Note that the folder of exams for a given year contains the exams themselves (as Word documents) plus one "Exam Answers" Excel workbook. **Please note: **in the "Exam Answers" workbook, the answers to the individual exams are individual worksheets within the workbook that can be accessed by clicking the tabs at the bottom left.

· Please note also that different exams may have covered different materials in different years. It is up to you to figure out which material on any given practice exam is relevant to the exams this year.

· Preface, Introduction, Chapter 1