Explaining Psychological Statistics, 3rd Edition
October 2007, ©2008
Part One: Descriptive Statistics.
Chapter 1. Introduction to Psychological Statistics.
Chapter 2. Frequency Tables, Graphs, and Distributions.
Chapter 3. Measures of Central tendency and Variability.
Chapter 4. Standardized Scores and the Normal Distribution.
Part Two: One - And Two-Sample Hypothesis Tests.
Chapter 5. Introduction to Hypothesis Testing: The One-Sample z Test.
Chapter 6. Interval Estimation and the t Distribution.
Chapter 7. The t Test For Two Independent Sample Means.
Chapter 8. Statistical Power and Effect Size.
Part Three: Hypothesis Tests Involving Two Measures on Each Subject.
Chapter 9. Linear Correlation.
Chapter 10. Linear Regression.
Chapter 11. The Matched t Test.
Part Four: Analysis of Variance without Repeated Measures.
Chapter 12. One-Way Independent ANOVA.
Chapter 13. Multiple Comparisons.
Chapter 14. Two-Way ANOVA.
Part Five: Analysis of Variance with Repeated Measures.
Chapter 15. Repeated Measures ANOVA.
Chapter 16. TWO-WAY Mixed Design ANOVA.
Part Six: Multiple Regression and Its Connection to ANOVA.
Chapter 17. Multiple Regression.
Chapter 18. The Regression Approach to ANOVA.
Part Seven: Nonparametric Statistics.
Chapter 19. The Binomial Distribution.
Chapter 20. Chi-Square Tests.
Chapter 21. Statistical Tests for Ordinal Data.
Appendix A. Statistical Tables.
Appendix B. Answers to Selected Exercises.
Barry H. Cohen, PhD, is the director of the master's program in psychology at New York University, where he has been teaching statistics for more than twenty years. He is the coauthor of two other successful statistics books from Wiley: Introductory Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences, Sixth Edition and Essentials of Statistics for the Social and Behavioral Sciences.
2. One data set carried throughout illustrates the various statistical computations.
3. Sections on MANOVA and expanded coverage of effect-size measures and confidence intervals.
- Offers an engaging, non-intimidating introduction to statistics.
Ancillaries online include instructor's manual, test bank, and author-created website with supplements, study guide, and errata.
—Karen Caplovitz Barrett, Ph.D., Department of Human Development and Family Studies, Colorado State University
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—Michael Dosch, CRNA, MS, Doctoral Student in College of Education, Wayne State University
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