# Statistics for Psychology

**ISBN 13:**## 9780130358103

**ISBN 10:**## 013035810X

**Edition:**3rd**Format:**Hardcover**Copyright:**01/01/2003**Publisher:**Prentice Hall- Newer Edition

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### Summary

A book that focuses on the logic behind the concepts of statistics for psychology, using definitional formulas rather than emphasizing rote memorization. Clearly written, each procedure is conveyed both numerically and verbally, with many visual examples to illustrate the text. It takes the reader from basic procedures through analysis of variance (ANOVA), and not only teaches statistics, but also prepares the user to read and understand research articles as well.This book is an introduction to statistics for psychology, covering such topics as order in a group of numbers; mean, variance, standard deviation, and Z scores; correlation; prediction; the normal curve, probability, and population versus sample; hypothesis testing; the t test; analysis of variance; chi-square tests; the general linear model; and making sense of advanced statistical procedures in research articles.For statisticians, psychologists and those involved in psychological research in the behavioral and social sciences.