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Statistical Reasoning in Psychology and Education, Workbook / Edition 2
     

Statistical Reasoning in Psychology and Education, Workbook / Edition 2

by Edward W. Minium
 

ISBN-10: 0471036331

ISBN-13: 9780471036333

Pub. Date: 04/15/1978

Publisher: Wiley

Provides students of psychology, education, and behavioral science with an introduction to statistics which emphasizes the relationship between statistical theory and the reality of research. Fosters an understanding of fundamental properties and uses of elementary techniques, appealing to intuitive understanding and common experience. Develops the merit of a

Overview

Provides students of psychology, education, and behavioral science with an introduction to statistics which emphasizes the relationship between statistical theory and the reality of research. Fosters an understanding of fundamental properties and uses of elementary techniques, appealing to intuitive understanding and common experience. Develops the merit of a statistical approach on logical, rather than mathematically sophisticated, grounds.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780471036333
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
04/15/1978
Pages:
292
Product dimensions:
7.48(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.67(d)

Table of Contents

Introduction.

Preliminary Concepts.

Frequency Distributions.

Graphic Representation.

Central Tendency.

Variability.

The Normal Curve.

Derived Scores.

Correlation.

Factors Influencing the Correlation Coefficient.

Regression and Prediction.

Interpretative Aspects of Correlation and Regression.

The Basis of Statistical Inference.

The Basis of Statistical Inference: Further Considerations.

Testing Hypotheses About Single Means: Normal Curve Model.

Further Considerations in Hypotheses Testing.

Testing Hypotheses About Two Means: Normal Curve Model.

Estimation of u and ux-uy Inference About Means and the t Distribution.

Inference About Pearson Correlation Coefficients.

Some Aspects of Experimental Design.

Elementary Analysis of Variance.

Inference About Frequencies.

Some Order Statistics (Mostly).

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