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Statistics for psychology /

by Aron, Arthur,
Additional authors: Coups, Elliot J, -- author. | Aron, Elaine, -- author.
Edition statement:Pearson New International Edtion ; Sixth Edition. Published by : Pearson Education Limited, (England :) Physical details: ii, 724 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm. ISBN:9781292040295.
Subject(s): Psychology -- Statistical methods.
Year: 2014
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 717-724) and index.

Displaying the order in a group of numbers using tables and graphs -- Central tendency and variability -- Some key ingredients and inferential statistics : Z scores, the normal curve, sample versus population, and probability -- Introduction to hypothesis testing -- Hypothesis tests with means of samples -- Making sense of statistical significance : decision errors, effect size, and statistical power -- Introduction to t tests : single sample and dependent means -- The t test for independent means -- Introduction to the analysis of variance -- Factorial analysis of variance -- Correlation -- Prediction -- Chi-square tests -- Strategies when population distributions are not normal : data transformations and rank-order tests -- The general linear model and making sense of advanced statistical procedures in research articles.

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