Easy statistics in psychology: a BPS guide

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The British Psychological Society/BPS Blackwell, Dec 4, 2007 - Fiction - 130 pages
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Designed for those approaching this subject for the first time, Easy Statistics in Psychology is a short, readable guide to the ideas behind statistical formulae and the benefits that a rigorous statistical approach brings to psychological research. Packed with useful analogies, it helps students get beyond the numbers.

  • Focuses on the ideas and practicalities of statistics in psychology, rather than an array of complex numbers and formulas
  • Covers the key tests and concepts relevant to the undergraduate student
  • Includes a helpful section on the uses and abuses of statistics, outlining when the specific tests can be used and when they should not
  • Written by the author of Your Undergraduate Psychology Project: A BPS Guide (Blackwell, 2004)

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Contents

VARIANCE AND MORE
11
PROBABILITY POWER AND ERROR
23
FIRST STEPS IN INFERENTIAL TESTING
43
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Mark Forshaw is Principal Lecturer in Psychology at Staffordshire University. He is a Chartered Health Psychologist and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society. He is the author of Your Undergraduate Psychology Project: A BPS Guide (BPS Blackwell, 2004).

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