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Download Elements of Statistical Reasoning: Agencies Issues, Trends, and - Edward W. Minium, Robert C. Clarke, Theodore Coladarci
Elements of Statistical Reasoning: Agencies Issues, Trends, and

This text stresses conceptual development and the logic of statistics for use in the behavioral sciences. It is designed for those who need to evaluate statistical findings. Coverage includes estimation procedures, independent samples t-test, Steven's scales of measurements, and Pearson correlation coefficient. This issue has been updated to include Turkey's HSD test on factorial analysis of variance and Spearman's rho on assumption-free tests.

Author: Edward W. Minium, Robert C. Clarke, Theodore Coladarci
Pages: 512 pages
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