## Explaining Psychological StatisticsThis comprehensive graduate-level statistics text is aimed at students with a minimal background in the area or those who are wary of the subject matter. The new edition of this successful text will continue to offer students a lively and engaging introduction to the field, provide comprehensive coverage of the material, and will also include examples and exercises using common statistical software packages (SPSS). |

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### Contents

Descriptive Statistics | 1 |

Cliaptei | 8 |

B Basic Statistical Procedures | 12 |

Copyright | |

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