Using and Interpreting Statistics
Third EditionEric W. Corty©2016
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Complete with examples from both the behavioral and social sciences, Using and Interpreting Statistics incorporates recognizable aspects of everyday life to demonstrate the relevance of what you are studying. The basics of collecting and understanding statistical data are broken out step by step, for enhanced clarity and comprehension of key concepts as well.
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Table of Contents
Part II. One- and Two-Sample Difference Tests6. Introduction to Hypothesis Testing7. The Single-Sample t Test8. Independent-Samples t Test 9. The Paired-Samples t Test
Part III. Analysis of Variance10. Between-Subjects, One-Way Analysis of Variance11. One-Way, Repeated-Measures ANOVA12. Between-Subjects, Two-Way Analysis of Variance
Part IV. Correlation, Regression, and Nonparametric Statistical Tests13 The Pearson Correlation Coefficient14. Simple and Multiple Linear Regression15. Nonparametric Statistical Tests. Chi-Square16. Selecting the Right Statistical Test