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Tokunaga: Fundamental Statistics for the Social and Behavioral Sciences
This thematically-based textbook places statistics within the research process, illustrating how statistics are used to answer questions and test ideas. Students learn not only how to calculate statistics, but also how to interpret the results of statistical analyses in light of a study’s research hypothesis and to communicate their results and interpretations to a broader audience. Featuring accessible writing and well-integrated research examples, the book is designed to help readers develop an appreciation of how statistics are applied to topics and questions of interest, gain an appreciation of issues related to the use of statistics, and enhance their understanding of the research process and the role of statistics within it.
IBM SPSS Statistics Student Version 22.0
IBM® SPSS® Student Version is a single-user license that provides affordable access to statistical analysis, modeling and survey research tools that can support your college coursework and enable you to develop the advanced analytical skills employers seek. This program is intended only for academic persons, including students, professors, and other academic professionals for use solely in connection with a course offering. It may only be used in combination with academic textbooks for the sole purpose of teaching and learning analytics. Use of this program is limited to course work as defined by the course syllabus. Any other use of the program is prohibited.
This version of the program:
- is for a 12-month period, beginning on the date of customer installation;
- is limited to two installations;
- does not allow for add on SPSS modules;
- is limited to 1500 cases and 50 variables;
- does not allow for SPSS Command Syntax to be used; and
- does not allow customers to merge or aggregate files.
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About the Author
Howard T. Tokunaga is Professor of Psychology at San Jose State University, where he serves as Coordinator of the MS Program in Industrial/Organizational (I/O) Psychology and teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in statistics, research methods, and I/O psychology. He received his bachelor’s degree in psychology at UC Santa Cruz and his Ph D in psychology at UC Berkeley. In addition to his teaching, he has consulted with a number of public-sector and private-sector organizations on a wide variety of management and human resource issues. He is coauthor (with G. Keppel) of Introduction to Design and Analysis: A Student’s Handbook.