## Nonparametric statistics for the behavioral sciencesRevision of the classic text in the field, adding two new chapters and thoroughly updating all others. The original structure is retained, and the book continues to serve as a combined text/reference. |

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### Contents

The Use of Statistical Tests in Research | 6 |

Choosing an Appropriate Statistical Test | 18 |

The Onesample Case l35 | 35 |

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