Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences is a short course and student manual in statistics for the behavioral sciences. It is comprehensive, in that it contains all information necessary to learn basic statistical analysis, with a focus on the use of statistics for behavioral sciences research. Emphasis is placed on a clear presentation of statistical formulas, appropriateness of particular tests, and outcome analysis. Author Bryan Raudenbush presents theory statistical procedures and practical application, using a module approach to provide a concise summary of the necessary data requirements, statistical procedures, and outcome interpretation. The workbook format of the text allow for students to complete examples and exercises within the pages of the textbook.
Chapter 1 List of Tables Chapter 2 List of Figures Chapter 3 Preface Chapter 4 Introduction to Statistics Chapter 5 Organization of Data Chapter 6 Measures of Central Tendency Chapter 7 Measures of Variability Chapter 8 Standardized Scores and the Normal Distribution Chapter 9 Correlation and Regression Chapter 10 Samples, Sampling Distributions, Confidence Intervals, and Effect Sizes for One-Sample Tests with N>100 Chapter 11 Principles of Statistical Power Analysis and Decision Making Chapter 12 Samples, Sampling Distributions, Confidence Intervals, and Effect Sizes for One-Sample Tests with N<100 Chapter 13 Inferences about Two Independent Sample Means Chapter 14 Inferences About Two Related Sample Means Chapter 15 One-Between Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) Chapter 16 One-Within Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) Chapter 17 Two-Between Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) Chapter 18 Chi Square Test of Independence Chapter 19 Non Parametric Procedures Chapter 20 Appendix A: Statistical Tables Chapter 21 Appendix B. SPSS Printouts
Number Of Pages: 294
Published: 28th January 2004
Publisher: University Press of America
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 21.84 x 14.33
Weight (kg): 0.37