Apparently we’ll be down to a skeleton crew today. Rampant illness, probably made worse by sleep deprivation due to late awakenings last night, and – for some – demoralization about last night’s outcome are probably all responsible.


I still intend to be in class, even though I share all three of the above inclement conditions. Remember we start new groups tonight.  If your group is not present, I suspect we’ll be forming ad hoc groups.


For those not attending, this week’s in class assignment is a BIG one – not so much in length, as in importance.  If you choose to turn it in as a solo project, I will accept and grade it – it is THAT important.


I hope everyone is fully recovered in time for next week’s Missing Data unit, where we’ll learn multiple imputation together. Feel better,






Michael Marsiske, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

University of Florida

Department of Clinical and Health Psychology

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