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Understanding Multivariate Research: A Primer For Beginning Social Scientists

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Although nearly all major social science departments offer graduate students training in quantitative methods, the typical sequencing of topics generally delays training in regression analysis and other multivariate techniques until a student’s second year. William Berry and Mitchell Sanders’s Understanding Multivariate Research fills this gap with a concise introduction t...more
Paperback, 104 pages
Published May 5th 2000 by Westview Press (first published May 4th 2000)
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