Applied Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences, Volume 663

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Houghton Mifflin, 2003 - Mathematics - 756 pages
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Written for students studying in a variety of social science areas, not solely for the psychology student, Applied Statistics is designed to give each student a conceptual understanding of the basic statistical procedures used in behavioural sciences, as well as the computational skills to carry them out. Assuming only a basic knowledge of mathematics and algebra, Hinkle uses a clear presentation, accessible language, and step-by-step examples to help students develop a solid understanding of statistics. Highlights of this fifth edition: * New! Additional SPSS Coverage - SPSS computer printouts and interpreting the results of sample exercises are included throughout the text * New! Coverage of SPSS on the Web - includes the logical processes for various SPSS procedures * Updated and Expanded Coverage - effect size has been expanded in Chapter 13- Determining Power and Sample Size * Applied Research Scenarios: Psychology, education, sociology, political science, and marketing scenarios are used in chapter exercises * Student-Centred Pedagogy - each chapter includes an opening list of key concepts, and highlighted key statements throughout

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Contents

Introduction
1
Organizing and Graphing Data
17
Graphing Data
26
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