Introduction to Design and Analysis: A Student's Handbook / Edition 2

Introduction to Design and Analysis: A Student's Handbook / Edition 2

by Geoffrey Keppel, William H. Saufley, Howard Tokunaga
     
 

ISBN-10: 0716723212

ISBN-13: 9780716723219

Pub. Date: 04/28/2011

Publisher: Worth Publishers

Introduces undergraduates to the design and statistical analysis of common experiments. Concepts are explained with step-by-step descriptions, worked examples, and an extensive series of exercises. Written for students who meet the standard quantitative prerequisites for entry into most colleges and universities.  See more details below

Overview

Introduces undergraduates to the design and statistical analysis of common experiments. Concepts are explained with step-by-step descriptions, worked examples, and an extensive series of exercises. Written for students who meet the standard quantitative prerequisites for entry into most colleges and universities.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780716723219
Publisher:
Worth Publishers
Publication date:
04/28/2011
Series:
Series of Books in Psychology
Edition description:
Second Edition
Pages:
626
Sales rank:
446,593
Product dimensions:
6.69(w) x 9.61(h) x 1.30(d)

Table of Contents

I. Experimental Design and Preliminary Data Analysis
1. Introduction to Experimental Design
2. Preliminary Design Analysis

II. The Analysis of Single-Factor Experiments
3. The Logic of Hypothesis Testing
4. Calculating the F Ratio
5. Evaluating the F Ratio
6. Analytical Comparisons in the Single-Factor Design
7. Estimating Population Means and Effect Size
8. Errors of Hypothesis Testing and Statistical Power
9. Introduction to the Analysis of Factorial Experiments

III. The Analysis of Factoral Designs
10. Analytical Comparisons in the Factorial Design

IV. The Analysis of Within-Subject Designs
11. The Single-Factor Within-Subjects Design
12. The Mixed Within-Subjects Factorial Design
13. The Two-Factor Within-Subjects Design

V. Additional Statistical Procedures
14. Analysis of Categorical Data
15. Correlation and Regression
16. Additional Topics: Nonexperimental Research, Using the Computer, and Areas of Further Study

Appendixes
Glossary
References
Indexes

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