Statistics Without Maths for Psychology

Using SPSS for Windows

Author: Christine P. Dancey

Publisher: Pearson Education

ISBN:

Category: Mathematical statistics

Page: 612

View: 345

'Statistics Without Maths for Psychology' provides an accessible description of key statistical concepts and techniques needed by psychology students, avoiding as much maths as possible.

Statistics Without Maths for Psychology

Author: Christine Dancey

Publisher: Pearson Education

ISBN:

Category: Psychology

Page: 612

View: 982

For students who need to understand and use statistics but find the mathematical formulae daunting, Statistics without Maths for Psychology is the ideal guide. The clear, straightforward style and step-by-step SPSS walkthroughs take you through all the statistical procedures you will need. Activities and questions enable you to test your learning and increase your understanding in a practical, manageable way.

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Statistics Without Maths for Psychology/Introduction to Research Methods and Data Analysis in Psychology

Author: Christine Dancey

Publisher: Prentice Hall

ISBN:

Category:

Page:

View: 236

Statistics Without Maths for Psychology 3/E Statistics without Maths for Psychology is conceived, written and designed to help students enjoy statistics as well as enable them to understand statistical concepts. It has proven itself as a valuable tool in facilitating understanding while enabling students to overcome their fear of the subject. Introduction to Research Methods and Data Analysis in Psychology 1/E Provides students with the only research methods textbook they will need from the start of their course through to the second and possibly even third year. It isa comprehensive introduction to research methods and data analysis.

Statistics Without Maths for Psychology

Author: Rosnow

Publisher: Prentice Hall

ISBN:

Category:

Page:

View: 978

Statistics Without Maths for Psychology is distinguished by the fact that it simplifies some very difficult statistical concepts, using minimal mathematics. The aim is to teach the concepts rather than the mathematical formulae or calculations of data analysis. In addition, this successful introduction to behavioral research methods - written by two leaders in the field - provides step-by-step guidance through the processes of planning an empirical study, analyzing and interpreting data, and reporting findings and conclusions. It encourages students to be analytical and critical, not only in interpreting research findings, but also in investigating what is behind the claims and conclusions in news reports of scientific results. While the primary emphasis is on behavioral and social research, a strong effort is made to connect these disciplines with the empirical reasoning used in other fields in order to underscore the unity of science. This Multi Pack consists of Statistics Without Maths for Psychology 3/e (013124941X) and Beginning Behavioral Research 5/e (0131278355).

Statistics for the Health Sciences

A Non-Mathematical Introduction

Author: Christine Dancey

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN:

Category: Social Science

Page: 584

View: 214

Statistics for the Health Sciences is a highly readable and accessible textbook on understanding statistics for the health sciences, both conceptually and via the SPSS programme. The authors give clear explanations of the concepts underlying statistical analyses and descriptions of how these analyses are applied in health science research without complex maths formulae. The textbook takes students from the basics of research design, hypothesis testing and descriptive statistical techniques through to more advanced inferential statistical tests that health science students are likely to encounter. The strengths and weaknesses of different techniques are critically appraised throughout, and the authors emphasise how they may be used both in research and to inform best practice care in health settings. Exercises and tips throughout the book allow students to practice using SPSS. The companion website provides further practical experience of conducting statistical analyses. Features include: • multiple choice questions for both student and lecturer use • full Powerpoint slides for lecturers • practical exercises using SPSS • additional practical exercises using SAS and R This is an essential textbook for students studying beginner and intermediate level statistics across the health sciences.

Designing and Reporting Experiments in Psychology

Author: Peter Harris

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 310

View: 818

This book is designed to help with every stage of the report writing process including what to put in each section and recommendations for formatting and style.