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Using SPSS: An Interactive Hands-On Approach is intended as a self-instructional book in which the reader, be it teacher, student or anyone, can learn to use SPSS on their own, and at their own pace, without the assistance of an instructor. As such, it would make a solid companion text for most statistics or research methods courses. The book uses statistics to teach SPSS, not SPSS to teach statistics. Each chapter includes an introduction and list of performance objectives indicating what the reader will be able to do after reading the chapter. SPSS Version 18 for Windows was used in the preparation of this book.The book is unique in that it encourages the reader to interact with SPSS on the computer as he/she works through examples in each chapter. This approach to learning may be novel to the reader, but the authors feel the best way to learn a subject is to interact with it in a meaningful manner. We have made every effort to ensure the book is 'user friendly' as we guide the reader through the interactive learning process. Bulleted phrases provide a step-by-step procedure to be followed by the reader when completing the exercises.
Table of Contents
Navigating in SPSS
Getting Data in and out of SPSS
Levels of Measurement
Entering Variables and Data and Validating Data
Working with Data and Variables
Using the SPSS Help Menu
Creating Basic Graphs and Charts
Editing and Embellishing Graphs and Charts
Printing Data Files and Output Files
Basic Descriptive Statistics
One-Sample t-Test and Nonparametric Binomial Test of Equality
Independent Samples t-Test and Nonparametric Mann-Whitney Test
Paired Samples t-test and Nonparametric Wilcoxon Test
One-Way ANOVA and Nonparametric Kruskal-Wallis Test
Two-Way (Factorial) ANOVA
ANOVA Repeated Measures and Nonparametric Friedman Test
Analysis of Covariance (ANCOVA)
Pearson Correlation and Nonparametric Spearman Correlation
Single Linear Regression
Multiple Linear Regression
Chi-Square Goodness of Fit
Chi-Square Test of Independence
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