Written for students taking their first course in psychological statistics, Vernoy and Kyle’s text is considered by many to be the most student-oriented text on the market. Besides a clear and friendly style, the authors avoid digressions of any type, get to the point quickly, provide an abundance of worked examples, visual displays, interim concept quizzes, and other means of reassuring students uncomfortable with math that they are indeed making progress in the course.
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Interesting chapter-opening examples along with the personable, 'clear as a bell' writing style motivates students.
Employs interim questions and answers throughout the chapters that anticipate many questions students have about statistical distinctions and procedures.
Frequent Concept Quizzes check understanding and amplify important points.
Besides extensive exercise sets that reinforce computational skills, as well as numerous applied problems, new Exercises From the Literature allow students to think along with research psychologists and provide further motivation for learning the material.
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