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by Bruce M. King and Edward W. Minium

Cover type: HardbackEdition: 5TH 07

Copyright: 2007

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Published: 2007

International: No

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Substantially revised and updated, the new Fifth Edition reflects the changes that have occurred in the field of psychological statistics over the past decade. This revision focuses on conceptual growth. It helps readers develop an understanding of statistical logic and procedures, the properties of statistical devices, the importance of the assumptions underlying statistical tools, and what happens when the strict requirements of statistical theory meet the circumstances of real-world data.

Introduction | p. 1 |

Frequency distributions, percentiles, and percentile ranks | p. 19 |

Graphic representation of frequency distributions | p. 37 |

Central tendency | p. 55 |

Variability and standard (z) scores | p. 69 |

Standard scores and the normal curve | p. 89 |

Correlation | p. 105 |

Prediction | p. 133 |

Interpretive aspects of correlation and regression | p. 151 |

Probability | p. 165 |

Random sampling and sampling distributions | p. 179 |

Introduction to statistical inference : testing hypotheses about single means (z and t) | p. 195 |

Interpreting the results of hypothesis testing : effect size, type I and type II errors, and power | p. 225 |

Testing hypotheses about the difference between two independent groups | p. 247 |

Testing for a difference between two dependent (correlated) groups | p. 273 |

Inference about correlation coefficients | p. 287 |

An alternative to hypothesis testing : confidence intervals | p. 295 |

Chi-square and inference about frequencies | p. 315 |

Testing for differences among three or more groups : one-way analysis of variance (and some alternatives) | p. 335 |

Factorial analysis of variance : the two-factor design for independent groups | p. 369 |

Some (almost) assumption-free tests | p. 389 |

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Substantially revised and updated, the new Fifth Edition reflects the changes that have occurred in the field of psychological statistics over the past decade. This revision focuses on conceptual growth. It helps readers develop an understanding of statistical logic and procedures, the properties of statistical devices, the importance of the assumptions underlying statistical tools, and what happens when the strict requirements of statistical theory meet the circumstances of real-world data.

Table of Contents

Introduction | p. 1 |

Frequency distributions, percentiles, and percentile ranks | p. 19 |

Graphic representation of frequency distributions | p. 37 |

Central tendency | p. 55 |

Variability and standard (z) scores | p. 69 |

Standard scores and the normal curve | p. 89 |

Correlation | p. 105 |

Prediction | p. 133 |

Interpretive aspects of correlation and regression | p. 151 |

Probability | p. 165 |

Random sampling and sampling distributions | p. 179 |

Introduction to statistical inference : testing hypotheses about single means (z and t) | p. 195 |

Interpreting the results of hypothesis testing : effect size, type I and type II errors, and power | p. 225 |

Testing hypotheses about the difference between two independent groups | p. 247 |

Testing for a difference between two dependent (correlated) groups | p. 273 |

Inference about correlation coefficients | p. 287 |

An alternative to hypothesis testing : confidence intervals | p. 295 |

Chi-square and inference about frequencies | p. 315 |

Testing for differences among three or more groups : one-way analysis of variance (and some alternatives) | p. 335 |

Factorial analysis of variance : the two-factor design for independent groups | p. 369 |

Some (almost) assumption-free tests | p. 389 |

Table of Contents provided by Blackwell. All Rights Reserved. |

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Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Published: 2007

International: No

Published: 2007

International: No

Introduction | p. 1 |

Frequency distributions, percentiles, and percentile ranks | p. 19 |

Graphic representation of frequency distributions | p. 37 |

Central tendency | p. 55 |

Variability and standard (z) scores | p. 69 |

Standard scores and the normal curve | p. 89 |

Correlation | p. 105 |

Prediction | p. 133 |

Interpretive aspects of correlation and regression | p. 151 |

Probability | p. 165 |

Random sampling and sampling distributions | p. 179 |

Introduction to statistical inference : testing hypotheses about single means (z and t) | p. 195 |

Interpreting the results of hypothesis testing : effect size, type I and type II errors, and power | p. 225 |

Testing hypotheses about the difference between two independent groups | p. 247 |

Testing for a difference between two dependent (correlated) groups | p. 273 |

Inference about correlation coefficients | p. 287 |

An alternative to hypothesis testing : confidence intervals | p. 295 |

Chi-square and inference about frequencies | p. 315 |

Testing for differences among three or more groups : one-way analysis of variance (and some alternatives) | p. 335 |

Factorial analysis of variance : the two-factor design for independent groups | p. 369 |

Some (almost) assumption-free tests | p. 389 |

Table of Contents provided by Blackwell. All Rights Reserved. |