Statistics for Psychology
This book brings to life the compelling underlying logic of statistical methods so that readers can not only do the computations, but also truly understand what they are doing and remember what they have learned for years to come. This book covers the basic introductory statistics and methods including central tendency and variability, inferential statistics (Z scores, the...more
Hardcover, 741 pages
Published August 1st 2005 by Prentice Hall
(first published November 1st 1993)
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Statistics is that one class a psych major takes that gives them the little reality check that science is going to involve math. Take a deep breath! It's okay. You can do it. This book breaks it down and gives a solid foundation for future statistic endeavors.