Doing Data Analysis with SPSS 10.0

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Duxbury, 2000 - Mathematics - 335 pages
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This book is an excellent supplement to any introductory statistics course. Doing Data Analysis with SPSS 10.0 by Robert H. Carver and Jane Gradwohl Nash provides a practical and useful introduction to SPSS 10.0. It enables students to work independently to learn the software skills outside of class, while coming to understand the underlying statistical concepts and techniques.

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A First Look at SPSS 10 0
Tables and Graphs for One Variable
Tables and Graphs for Two Variables

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Jane Gradwohl Nash is Professor of Psychology at Stonehill College in Easton, Massachusetts. She teaches General Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, and Introduction to Statistics. Prior to arriving at Stonehill, Professor Nash taught at Quinnipiac College in Connecticut and completed a post-doctoral fellowship at Carnegie Mellon University, where she conducted research concerning cognitive processing in writing. Her current research is in the areas of knowledge change and judgment and decision-making. Her research has appeared in THE JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY, ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR AND HUMAN DECISION PROCESSES, HEADACHE, JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL EDUCATION, RESEARCH IN THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH, and WRITTEN COMMUNICATION. Professor Nash received her B.A. in Psychology and Spanish from Grinnell College. She received her M.S. and Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology with an emphasis in Cognitive Psychology at Ohio University.

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