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Statistical methods for psychology / David C. Howell

Main Author Howell, David C. Country Estados Unidos. Edition 4th ed Publication Boston, Mass. : Duxbury Press, cop. 1997 Description XII, 724 p. : il. ; 24 cm ISBN 0-534-51993-8 CDU 159.9:519.2 519.2:159.9
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Intended for graduate-level courses in statistics for psychology majors, this best-seller has earned high marks among students and instructors for its clear, conceptual approach and strong emphasis on experimental psychology. The author presents statistics at an intuitive level to give students a sense of how tests work and how they interrelate. Stressing the value of data analysis before jumping in with a hypothesis test, Howell examines the connection between statistical tests and the theoretical questions posed by such experiments to develop students' conceptual skills.

Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • 1 Basic Concepts
  • 2 Describing and Exploring Data
  • 3 The Normal Distribution
  • 4 Sampling Distributions and Hypothesis Testing
  • 5 Basic Concepts of Probability
  • 6 Categorical Data and Chi-Square
  • 7 Hypothesis Tests Applied to Means
  • 8 Power
  • 9 Correlation and Regression
  • 10 Alternative Correlational Techniques
  • 11 Simple Analysis of Variance
  • 12 Multiple Comparisons Among Treatment Means
  • 13 Factorial Analysis of Variance
  • 14 Repeated-Measures Designs
  • 15 Multiple Regression
  • 16 Analyses Of Variance and Covariance as General Linear Models
  • 17 Log-Linear Analysis
  • 18 Resampling and Nonparametric Approaches to Data
  • Appendices
  • References
  • Answers to Selected Exercises
  • Index

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