Explaining Psychological Statistics

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Wiley, 2008 - Psychology - 825 pages
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This 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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User Review  - DarkWater - LibraryThing

The book is honestly a great introduction to statistics, especially for psychology! Unfortunately, it is FULL of mathematical errors, especially in formulas, solutions to selected problems, and examples within the chapters. For a third edition, this seems pretty unacceptable. Read full review


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Barry H. Cohen, PhD, is the director of the master's program in psychology at New York University, where he has been teaching statistics for more than twenty years. He is the coauthor of two other successful statistics books from Wiley: Introductory Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences, Sixth Edition and Essentials of Statistics for the Social and Behavioral Sciences.

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