The Psychology (Statistics) Help Desk is available to answer your questions related to statistics and research methods!
Help Desk Office Hours
Services and features
We help you make sense of material you are struggling with. We can provide you guidance on how to solve a problem, work through a problem in R/SPSS/Excel/JASP/By Hand, and connect the dots between concepts.
Our service is available for students enrolled in any of the following courses:
- PSY 302
- PSY 510
- PSY 527/PSY 627
- PSY 745
- PSY 752
Fall 2023 hours
The Psychology (Statistics) Help Desk is available to answer your questions related to statistics and research methods! Here are the features of the help desk beginning Monday, August 21st, 2023:
- Email Help
- You can email your questions to Lyric397@live.missouristate.edu. Your questions will be answered in the order in which they are received during help desk hours.
- Virtual ZOOM Help
- Email Lyric397@live.missouristate.edu to set up a ZOOM meeting during help desk hours listed below.
- In-Person Help
- You can make an appointment to stop by Hill Hall 439 or walk in during the following hours:
Help Desk Hours for Fall 2023
- Monday: 9:30 am-10:30 am & 2 pm-4 pm
- Tuesday: 9:30 am- 11 am & 3 pm-6 pm
- Wednesday: 10:30 am-12:30 pm & 2 pm-6 pm
- Thursday: 2:30 pm-4 pm
- Friday: 11:30 am-12:30 pm & 2 pm-6 pm
*If there is a change in my office hours, I will announce it on Blackboard Psych Help Desk Announcements page.
I can help you make sense of the statistics material you are struggling with. I can provide you with guidance on how to work through a problem using Excel, JASP, SPSS, or by hand. I don’t have the answers to your homework, but I can help you figure out how to get there.
Despite the seemingly all-encompassing title, “Psych Help Desk,” I do not have access to your course material on Blackboard, I am not involved in grading in any way, and I can’t answer questions about things like enrollment or psychology concepts unrelated to statistics and research methods.
If you email me to set up an appointment, help me out by explaining as much as you can what the problem is, and make sure that when you meet with me, you bring the instructions for the assignment you’re working on, your textbook, and any other information that might make it easier for me to help you. Don’t hesitate to reach out to me if you are struggling with any statistics/research methods concepts. I am happy to help!
Psychology contact information
- Hill 319
Center for Research & Services
- Hill 415 (Melissa Fallone, Ph.D.)