Statistics Without Maths for Psychology is an essential companion to any psychology course, guiding students through the process of using statistics without mathematical formulae. It provides the tools to use SPSS and gives clear but comprehensive explanations of all the statistical concepts needed. This text offers students the opportunity to test their knowledge and practice their skills with activities, exercises and multiple choice questions, and is packed with up-to-date examples, "discussion points" and handy tips to aid them in their studies.
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New features to this edition:
Full guidance on using the latest version 15 of SPSS as well as earlier versions 10-14 A brand new chapter provides a clear introduction to the SPSS software before you start Up-to date examples from the literature keep you informed of current research A revised preface will guide you through how to use the new edition and web resources more effectively Answers to multiple choice questions are now included at the end of each chapter to allow you to test yourself easily and quickly Plus a brand new companion website with expanded and interactive features including;
An interactive hyperlinked flow chart guiding you through each step of choosing an analyses An expanded bank of Multiple Choice Questions allowing you to test your knowledge of each chapter Case studies with data sets and questions for each chapter to allow you to put what you've learnt into practiceReview:
'This is the kind of statistics book that I would like to write. Luckily, I don't have to do that now' 'I fully recommend this book as an undergraduate statistics text for those who prefer a minimal maths approach. If you also teach SPSS then coverage of that package is a bonus' 'Here at last is a book which does not over-burden the student with too much maths but which also takes the subject seriously, giving detailed explanations and providing good topic coverage' 'This is a book that can be used throughout the undergraduate career' "Andrew Schofield, University of Birmingham Psychology Learning & Teaching, Volume 4: Issue 1, September 2004" 'This clear, concise, step by step approach, without a mathematical formula in sight really does replace the familiar feelings of dread and intimidation, with confidence and motivation to use and understand statistical tests.' "Amazon reviewer, Jan 2002. """
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