- Current offerings:
- P533 Introduction to Bayesian Data Analysis
- P457/P657: Science of Moral Judgment.
- P553 Introduction to Frequentist Data Analysis

- Past offerings:
- P747 Fall 2011: Doing Bayesian Models of Cognition.
- P747 Spring 2011: Bayesian adaptive research design.
- P747 Spring 2010: Readings re Bayesian models of reasoning, learning, perception, development, and the brain.
- P553 Statistics in Psychology
- P554 Statistics in Psychology
- K300 Statistics
- P747 Spring 2004. Topic: Advanced Model Fitting and Model Comparison
- Q550 Models in Cognitive Science
- Q560 Experimental Methods in Cognitive Science
- P335 Cognitive Psychology
- Q750 Recent Advances in Connectionist Models
- Q500 Guest Lectures:

27 Sept., 1995,

6 Nov. 1996 (expanded version of this symposium talk).

- Indiana University Trustees Teaching Excellence Recognition Awards: 1997, 1998, 1999, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012.

- Indiana University Instructional Development Award, 2006.
- Indiana University Active Learning Grant, 2005
- Indiana University Grant to Enhance Active Learning, 1997
- Indiana University Instructional Development Award, 1993.

- Kruschke, J. K. (1998). Teaching statistics as an expression of liberty. Invited talk presented at the 31st Annual Meeting of the Society for Mathematical Psychology, 8 August 1998.

- Bayesian data analysis programs, at book web site.
- Excel
workbooks that generate sampling distributions from arbitrary
populations for any sample statistic. (Of course, you should be doing Bayesian data analysis, not computing
*p*values.) - Model exercises. In each of the exercises you generate data in a quick experiment and then explore whether a given model can account for your data. The experiments take 10 minutes or less, and the modeling is done entirely with pencil and paper (and maybe a calculator in a few spots). [These are very old and probably won't work anymore because the server has changed the software it uses.]