Want a quick and friendly guide on how to use all the programs on your PC? Computer Literacy will help you get the most from your computer. Written by two social scientists, this book gives academics, researchers, and students the information they need on how to analyze data, format a manuscript, get information from the Internet, and do some basic statistical programming. This indispensable guide offers chapters prefaced with learning objectives; "tips" and "steps" to facilitate important operations; and end-of-chapter exercises to put into practice the chapter's lessons.
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About the Author
Prof. Bernstein has a long background in both experimental psychology and the study of individual differences. Much of his work involves medical applications including opthalmology, pain management, and psychiatry. After spending many years at the University of Texas at Arlington, he joined the faculty at UT Southwestern because of his work on a collaborative project with Dr. A. John Rush, former associate chair of the Department of Clinical Sciences and professor of Psychiatry. He also holds an adjoint appointment in the School of Health Professions.
Table of Contents
IntroductionComputer HardwareComputer SoftwareCommunication among ComputersThe InternetWord ProcessingSpreadsheetsRelational DatabasesGraphics, Sound, Multimedia and PresentationsEssentials of ProgrammingStatistical ProgrammingReal-Time and Batch Programming