# Statistics For Psychology

Edition: 1

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ISBN 9798765726297

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Statistics For Psychology is a short version of a textbook designed to simplify statistics. It is referred to as a work book written for students that are required to understand that a scientist must have a tightly controlled research design before they analyze their data which is conveyed in Chapters 1-2. Chapters 3-7 the authors discuss correlations, t-tests and a One-way ANOVA between subjects’design and how to input data into SPSS. By the last chapter students should understand what statistical analysis they should utilize based on their research protocol.

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Chapter 1: The importance of Understanding How Research Design and Statistics Work Together

Chapter 2: Factors to Consider When Creating Well-Designed Studies

Chapter 3: How to Summarize Data

Chapter 4: Hypothesis Testing and Inferential Statistics

Chapter 5: Correlation

Chapter 6: Inferential Statistics

Chapter 7: One-Way Analysis of Variance

Chapter 8: Using the right Statistical Tool? (Chap 18 Jaccard)

Appendix A: Statistical Tables

Appendix B: Review of Basic Arithmetic

Appendix C: Summary of Statistical Formulas Used in this Text

Appendix D: Answers to Selected Exercises

Glossary

Index

References

Kim A. Roberts
Kim A. Roberts received her Master’s degree & PhD at Washington State University and has been Teaching at California State University, Sacramento for 25 years. This book is dedicated to her students (past & present) at CSUS enrolled in a statistics course & to her Daughter Juliane the artist who has many talents & to my husband John!
Amy Cole

Statistics For Psychology is a short version of a textbook designed to simplify statistics. It is referred to as a work book written for students that are required to understand that a scientist must have a tightly controlled research design before they analyze their data which is conveyed in Chapters 1-2. Chapters 3-7 the authors discuss correlations, t-tests and a One-way ANOVA between subjects’design and how to input data into SPSS. By the last chapter students should understand what statistical analysis they should utilize based on their research protocol.

Symbols

Chapter 1: The importance of Understanding How Research Design and Statistics Work Together

Chapter 2: Factors to Consider When Creating Well-Designed Studies

Chapter 3: How to Summarize Data

Chapter 4: Hypothesis Testing and Inferential Statistics

Chapter 5: Correlation

Chapter 6: Inferential Statistics

Chapter 7: One-Way Analysis of Variance

Chapter 8: Using the right Statistical Tool? (Chap 18 Jaccard)

Appendix A: Statistical Tables

Appendix B: Review of Basic Arithmetic

Appendix C: Summary of Statistical Formulas Used in this Text

Appendix D: Answers to Selected Exercises

Glossary

Index

References

Kim A. Roberts
Kim A. Roberts received her Master’s degree & PhD at Washington State University and has been Teaching at California State University, Sacramento for 25 years. This book is dedicated to her students (past & present) at CSUS enrolled in a statistics course & to her Daughter Juliane the artist who has many talents & to my husband John!
Amy Cole