ERIC Number: ED026737
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968-Aug-23
Reference Count: 0
Symposium on General Linear Model Approach to the Analysis of Experimental Data in Educational Research (Athens, Georgia, June 29-July 1, 1967). Final Report.
Bashaw, W. L., Ed.; Findley, Warren G., Ed.
This volume contains the five major addresses and subsequent discussion from the Symposium on the General Linear Models Approach to the Analysis of Experimental Data in Educational Research, which was held in 1967 in Athens, Georgia. The symposium was designed to produce systematic information, including new methodology, for dissemination to the educational research community to (1) promote wider use of sound methodology and (2) provide caveats regarding limitations of this powerful approach. The authors and their papers are: (1) Graybill, Franklin A., "Introduction to the Use of General Linear Models in the Analysis of Experimental Data," (2) Ward, Joe H., Jr., "Synthesizing Regression Models--An Aid to Learning Effective Problem Analysis," (3) Winer, B. J., "Problems in the Use of General Linear Model Methods," (4) Bargmann, Rolf E., "A Survey of Appropriate Methods of Analysis of Factorial Designs," and (5) Bock, R. Darrell, "Remarks on Analysis of Variance and Analysis of Regression." The papers and ensuing discussion elucidate strengths and limitations of the general linear models approach, discuss procedures for handling computations, and present the independent views of major authorities on theory and of established practical authorities on the use and usability of methods. (HW)
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC. Bureau of Research.
Authoring Institution: Georgia Univ., Athens.