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Understanding Statistics

An Introduction for the Social Sciences


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Understanding Statistics by Daniel B. Wright
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This text demonstrates to the beginning student how statistics fit in with social research, describing the most popular statistical techniques and showing how and when to apply them. The first part of the book provides an understanding of how statistics relate to social research and introduces hypothesis testing. The second part describes the two t-tests in detail. The third part describes the three main families of statistical tests: regression, ANOVA and 2 testing. In the final part, more advanced aspects of the three main families of statistical tests are introduced.

Author Biography

Daniel B Wright is a Lecturer in the Department of Psychology at the University of Bristol
Release date NZ
November 13th, 1996
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
SAGE Publications Ltd
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