Statistics for the Terrified
An 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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Introduction to Inferential Statistics
Differences between the Means of Two Groups
Oneway Analysis of Variance
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05 level Activating event ANOVA answer Appendix chance Chapter classroom column compute control group correlation coefficient counselor touch critical value decimal denominator divide empathy equal equation example feel fobt formula frequency polygon graph independent samples indicate inferential statistics intelligence test scores IQ scores learned level of significance look median multiply negative numbers nonparametric norm group normal curve normally distributed Notice null hypothesis number of scores number of subjects one-tailed test pair parametric parentheses percentile rank pi pi pi population posttest predicted predictor PROBLEMS random numbers raw score reject H0 reject the null relationship researcher Rule Ruritania sample means self-talk sg sg skewed square root ss ss standard deviation standard scores statistically significant statistics test Step subtracting sum of squares Suppose tc"t test for independent thing tobt toht total number two-tailed test Type I error variables variance