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About the Author
Robert Szafran is Regents Professor of Sociology in the Department of Social and Cultural Analysis at Stephen F. Austin State University in Texas. A passionate believer in the ability of all college students to master and enjoy basic statistical analysis, he teaches courses in research methods and data analysis and also demography and labor force analysis. He has received both College and University Excellence in Teaching Awards. Past director of his university’s First-Year Seminar Program and its Inter-disciplinary Linked Courses Program, he has also served as department chair. He received his Ph D in Sociology at The University of Wisconsin at Madison.
Greg Francis is a Professor of Psychological Sciences at Purdue University. He received his Ph.D. in Cognitive and Neural Systems from Boston University. He teaches undergraduate statistics for psychology students as well as selected other courses. His research focuses on mathematical models of visual perception. In 2003 Greg was awarded the teaching award for the psych department. He is the first author on Cog Lab (a saleable software product that is used in Cognition and research methods courses) which is now in version 2.0- 4th edition. Cog Lab consists of approximately 50 labs and is used in courses nationwide and internationally. It sells approximately 20,000+ copies each year. Greg has also published Cog Lab on a CD, Cog Lab Reading and Social Psychology Labs.