Statistical Consulting provides advice and assistance to faculty and graduate students on the research design and statistical components of their research. This service is meant for those doing research; we are unable to provide help on class work. Undergraduate students working on research projects with graduate students and faculty may also seek help provided they possess sufficient statistical background to benefit from consultation; during busy hours, preference will be given to graduate students and faculty. Both drop-in hours and appointments are available.
|Jordan Brace||jordan[at]psych.ubc.ca||Drop-in hours: Three hours a week are available by appointment.||Kenny 2033|
|Aaron Weidman||acweidman[at]psych.ubc.ca||Drop-in hours: Three hours per week are available by appointment||Kenny 1355|
In order to provide you with the best service, we encourage you to email us a short description of your problem ahead of time, whether you are making an appointment or planning on dropping by. This optional heads-up email will simply give our consultants time to prepare and research your question. This service is only for students and faculty in the Psychology Department. Those from other departments should take advantage of the facilities in the Statistics Department: STCS (Short Term Consulting Service) SCARL (Statistical Consulting and Research Laboratory) If you have any questions about the Statistical Consulting service, please contact Victoria Savalei (faculty supervisor) v.savalei[at]ubc.ca.