Comprehending Behavioral Statistics
Hurlburt's text offers an innovative approach to teaching and understanding statistics. Many students consider statistics their most intimidating subject, but Hurlburt uses a variety of learner-friendly approaches to help students to think clearly and confidently about statistical concepts. Students find his writing style inviting and clear; faculty find it exceptionally accurate and up to date. He provides a complete set of interactive audio/visual lectures (called "lectlets") to engage students who find that hearing enhances their comprehension. Hurlburt deftly employs repetition and a progressive, cumulative integration of concepts, so students build upon what they learn as they progress through the course. Hurlburt's unique "eyeball-estimation techniques," which garnered high praise in previous editions, helps students gain experience in making educated guesses! New to this edition, COMPREHENDING BEHAVIORAL STATISTICS, THIRD EDTION, includes a FREE Personal Trainer CD--This hands-on CD contains 43 interactive audio/visual lectures (called "lectlets") covering all the concepts in the text. Students use the lectlets to prepare for class, to clarify concepts they didn't understand in class, to substitute for a missed class, and to review for exams. The FREE Personal Trainer also includes ESTAT, Hurlburt's unique eyeball-estimation software, which enables students to make an educated guess about the magnitude of a statistic without the use of a calculator or statistical tables. ESTAT includes datagen, the easiest-to-use statistical computational software. The Personal Trainer CD also includes interactive electronic review and multiple choice quizzes. The Personal Trainer CD is a dynamic and useful "after-class tutor" for any student struggling with statistics.
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BRIEF CONTENTS CHAPTERS 1 Introduction
Variables and Their Measurement
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ANOVA Answers in Appendix assuming axis bloomers central limit theorem Chapter class intervals column confidence interval correlation coefficient critical value Cumulative Review data set datagen degrees of freedom dependent-sample difference distribution of means effect size index Equation estimate example Exercise experiment eyeball Eyeball-estimate the mean Eyeball-estimate the standard frequency polygon GRE score grouped frequency distribution histogram intellectual growth interval/ratio IQ points level of measurement level of significance mean squared deviation median mode nondirectional normal distribution Note null hypothesis observed value parameter percentage Personal Trainer CD pooled variance population mean pounds practical significance probability procedure random sample range method regression line reject Hq reject the null rejection region sample mean sample statistic sampling distribution Section shaded shows Sketch the distribution specified SPSS squared deviation formula standard deviation standard error standardized score statistically significant Step Suppose Table tail test statistic Type I error variable weight X-axis