A Simple Guide to SPSS for Windows: For Version 8.0

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Brooks/Cole Publishing Company, 1999 - SPSS (Computer file) - 113 pages
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Students will find this no-nonsense, streamlined book teaches them everything they need to know about the new SPSS for Windows, Version 8.0. This guide gives students just enough information and instruction to effectively use SPSS for Windows to perform such procedures as stem-and-leaf displays, t-tests, multiple regressions, and scatterplots. In addition, it makes learning the SPSS program simple, whether students need it to do homework problems or to conduct statistical analyses for a research project. The authors wrote the book to cover what the first-time or casual user needs to know to conduct data analyses in SPSS at the level of an introductory statistics course in psychology.

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PARTI How to Use SPSS for Windows

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Lee A. Kirkpatrick is currently Associate Professor of Psychology at the College of William and Mary. His primary research interests include evolutionary psychology; psychology of religion; adult attachment and close relationships; statistics, psychometrics, and research methods; and social and personality psychology. He is also author of the popular text "A Simple Guide to SPSS for Windows for Version 16.0" (with Brooke C. Feeney, Wadsworth Cengage Learning, 2009).

State University of New York, Buffalo

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