This author team is committed to making statistics a highlight for psychology students! Now, in a 5th edition, Statistics for Psychology, continues to be an accessible, current, and interesting approach to statistics. With each revision, the authors have maintain those things about the book that have been especially appreciated, while reworking the text to take into account the feedback, their our own experiences, and advances and changes in the field.
The fifth edition of this popular text uses definitional formulas to emphasize concepts of statistics, rather than rote memorization. This approach constantly reminds students of the logic behind what they are learning, and each procedure is taught both verbally and numerically, which helps to emphasize the concepts. Thoroughly revised, with new content and many new practice examples, this text takes the reader from basic procedures through analysis of variance (ANOVA). While learning statistics, students also learn how to read and interpret current research.
An introductory text combining features of traditional and newer treatments of statistics, incorporating emphasis on definitional formulas, statistical methods, and preparation for research in an intuitive approach. Each procedure is explained with verbal and numerical, and often visual, examples. Pedagogical features include chapter summaries, key terms, and practice problems, plus boxes on topics of interest. This second edition contains new material on probability, repeated measures analysis of variance, and confidence intervals, and includes more multicultural examples. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.