As you may have noticed, materials for tomorrow have been on the class website since early this morning.
Now, for next week, there were actually TWO assignments: a data-based homework and a critique of a discriminant function paper.
I have received many questions about repeated measures, and I decided to greatly expand this (for tomorrow's class). This means I now suspect we will be one week behind for much of the semester.
If this is true (i.e., and we really don't cover discriminant functions), then I am going to have to revise the syllabus to reflect this change. So, please hold off on homework until after tomorrow's class. Once I get a handle on where we are, I will make adjustments and reflect the new 'reality'.
I am certain that the quantitative homework for tomorrow WILL stand, and will be due next week (2/4). It's just the critique I am not sure about...
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