Intergenerational Trauma: Family Loss Experiences of Substance-Using Native American, Latina, and Caucasian Mothers Living in Southwestern United States
The Psychology Colloquium and The CSULB RIMI Project
Dr. Betty Ferrell: Palliative Care for Quality of Life in Lung Cancer
The Psychology Colloquium and The CSULB RIMI Project Health Disparities Research Seminar Series Intervention Research to Promote Health Equity: Examples, Recent Developments and Future Directions. Roshan Bastani, Ph.D., UCLA School of Public Health
Day 1:Social Networks and Health, Thomas W. Valente, PhD
Department of Preventive Medicine
Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California
Day 2:Analyzing Network Data: An Introduction with UCINET
Robert A. Hanneman, PhD, Department of Sociology University of California, Riverside
A review/discussion of linear regression models with emphasis on using such statistical software packages as SAS and SPSS. There will be time for questions and discussion at the end.
Have you ever wanted to test if the means of several groups were the same or not? Then analysis of variance (ANOVA) is what you need. This presentation will discuss how to test whether several means are the same in designs with one factor as well as two factors using such statistical software packages as SAS and SPSS. There will be time for questions and discussion at the end.
The Psychology Colloquium & the CSULB RIMI project Health Equity research seminar series How is Culture Operationalized for Practice and Research? Dr. Marjorie Kagawa Singer Professor, UCLA Fielding School of Public Health and Asian American Studies Department
An Introduction to Diary Methods (Includes: Introduction to M-Plus) Dr. Jean-Philippe Laurenceau Professor, Department of Psychology University of Delaware
The Psychology Colloquium & The CSULB RIMI project Health disparities research seminar series Two Approaches to Understanding HIV Risk in Minority Women Dr. Grace Reynolds. CSULB Department of Health Care Administration