An alphabetized list of statisticians including pictures of each and a short synopsis of the individual's life and work

Not much information but it does have a nice FAQs section.

A copy of the American Psychological Association Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct

Not a high-tech site, but does a simple review. Especially good for those students having trouble remembering how to work with fractions and decimals.

A review of many graphing options for visually displaying data.

If you learn best in narrative form, this is a great review for you.

A step-by-step explanation that allows you to work some problems and check your answers.

Homepage for the American Statistical Association

A little high-tech (uses a PowerPoint format)--not for those students whose computers do not support graphics well.

If you are a visual learner, this site will allow you to see the normal distribution for any values which you plug in.

There is only one example, but it is very clear.

A very short site, but these pages clearly explain what variability is and why it is necessary.

This progress-at-your-own-pace tutorial of probability is low-tech, but highly educational.

An online statistics text for beginning Stats students.

Describes the differences between descriptive and inferential statistics

A series of articles and demonstrations of hypothesis testing

A site to help you with different t-tests:

A short article on interpreting a correlation coefficient

This site will let you try your hand at calculating a Pearson's __r__.

A few links to help you with APA Style

A links list for numerous topics concerning research methods, ethics, and statistics