Design and Analysis: A Researcher's Handbook

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Prentice Hall, 1991 - Design - 594 pages
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Appropriate for advanced undergraduate/graduate-level courses in Research Methods, Experimental Psychology, Experimental Design, and Advanced Statistics.

Designed to bridge the gap between elementary texts in statistics and experimental design and professional source books, this volume provides students with the basic information necessary to design and analyze meaningful experiments in the behavioral, social, and biological sciences.

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Essentially this book reviews all relevant ANOVA-based analyses encompassed within the General Linear Model. It's an excellent reference when trying to fit your variables into an appropriate statistical model. Read full review

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A very interesting and easy-to-read book for those who work with different types of univariate analysis of variance (ANOVA). I believe reading and working through this book is a must for those who are ... Read full review

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PARTI
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PART II
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Variance Estimates and the Evaluation of the F Ratio
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