## An Introduction to Statistics in Psychology"Statistics for psychology statistics can be tricky, but this revised edition of Howitt and Cramer's popular guide to statistics for psychology makes it much easier. Students at all levels will find the jargon-free style and comprehensive yet accessible approach indispensable. The book is laid out with great visual clarity, making it a highly effective teaching and learning tool. Complex mathematics is kept to a minimum and concepts that are often difficult to grasp are explained step-by-step, using a wide variety of examples." |

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