Introduction to SPSS in Psychology: For SPSS 10, 11, 12 and 13

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9780131399860: Introduction to SPSS in Psychology: For SPSS 10, 11, 12 and 13

Using this book, the reader will quickly master statistical analysis with SPSS.  Screenshots of all the steps for each statistical technique build students’ confidence when performing their own analysis.

Designed for use with SPSS 12 – it can be used with earlier versions – the text covers the important statistical concepts clearly and concisely, explaining the different analyses that are then illustrated through examples.

This book can be used on its own or in conjunction with ‘Introduction to Statistics in Psychology’ and Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology’ by the same author team.

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Introduction to SPSS in Psychology

 

Using SPSS effectively is about student confidence.  With Introduction to SPSS in Psychology, students will quickly master statistical analysis with SPSS.  Screenshots of all of the steps for each statistical technique give students that crucial confidence that they are on top of their analysis.  Key features of the output are highlighted graphically and explained.  Models of how to report the findings are provided for all techniques.

 

Introduction to SPSS in Psychology is designed for use with SPSS12 and 13 but is just as effective with SPSS 10 and 11.  It presents to students, beginners as well as more advanced students, an excellent, uncluttered, hands-on guide to the most common statistical package for psychologists.

 

Introduction to SPSS in Psychology can be used alone or to complement the authors’ Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology and Introduction to Statistics in Psychology also published by Prentice Hall.

 

 

Key Features

 

-         A full  range of statistics are covered, from the simplest to the advanced, all with equal clarity

-         Explains the practical application of statistics to data

-         Explains step-by-step how to enter, analyse, interpret and report data

-         Gives detail about what to report and how to report it

-         Web based supplementary material available

 

 

Dennis Howitt and Duncan Cramer are both Readers in Psychology at Loughborough University

 

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