## Statistics for the TerrifiedAn introduction to statistics for the social sciences. This text aims to give students an understanding of the concepts and computations of basic statistics and to train them to overcome math anxiety and avoidance responses that interfere with learning. |

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Suppose you administered an IQ test to five persons who scored as follows: 113,

133, 95, 112, 94. To find the median, you would first arrange all scores in

numerical order and then find the middle score. Example

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Suppose you administered an IQ test to five persons who scored as follows: 113,

133, 95, 112, 94. To find the median, you would first arrange all scores in

numerical order and then find the middle score. Example

**IQ Scores**133 113 112...

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SCORES. UNDER. THE. NORMAL. CURVE. In the next few paragraphs I will try

to show you how the mean, median, mode, standard deviation, and the normal ...

Thus, if you know that the mean of a group of

SCORES. UNDER. THE. NORMAL. CURVE. In the next few paragraphs I will try

to show you how the mean, median, mode, standard deviation, and the normal ...

Thus, if you know that the mean of a group of

**IQ scores**is 100, and if you know ...Page 65

Using the data from the problem set at the end of the last chapter, find the

regression equation that would be used to predict a. anxiety scores, if you know

the

scores, ...

Using the data from the problem set at the end of the last chapter, find the

regression equation that would be used to predict a. anxiety scores, if you know

the

**IQ scores**. b. statistics test scores, if you know the**IQ scores**. c. statistics testscores, ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Inferential Statistics | 67 |

Differences between the Means of Two Groups | 75 |

Oneway Analysis of Variance | 88 |

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Statistics for the Terrified John H. Kranzler,Gerald Kranzler,Janet Moursund No preview available - 2007 |

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