Reading Statistics and Research

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Longman, 2000 - Mathematics - 700 pages
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This book explains to consumers of research how to read, understand, and critically evaluate the statistical information contained in technical research reports. Excerpts from over 500 recent research articles are presented and discussed to illustrate concepts. The Third Edition has been expanded to included excerpts from many more disciplines.

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Clear, straightforward coverage of the subject. I was introduced to an earlier edition of this book during my doctoral program and won't part with it. An excellent resource to have.


The Typical Format of Journal Articles
The Univariate Case
Bivariate Correlation

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