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Download Numbers, Hypotheses and Conclusions: A Course in Statistics for the Social Sciences - Colin Tredoux, Kevin Durrheim
Numbers, Hypotheses and Conclusions: A Course in Statistics for the Social Sciences

This textbook provides an overview of entry- and intermediate-level statistics. Topics include a review of basic mathematics, normal distribution theory and practice, factorial and repeated measures ANOVA, and meta-analysis. Useful information on research methods includes how to use spreadsheets, the Internet, and the statistical software packages SPSS and STATISTICA to facilitate, analyze, and interpret research. With an emphasis on developing skills through practice, both the text and the web-based CD-ROM provide extensive examples, exercises, and tests.

Author: Colin Tredoux, Kevin Durrheim
Pages: 542 pages
Format: PDF
Size: 23.58 Mb
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