Statistics for Psychology: Study Guide
by Arthur Aron
Focuses on mastering concepts and also includes instructions and examples for working problems using a computer. Provides, for each chapter: learning ... Show synopsis Focuses on mastering concepts and also includes instructions and examples for working problems using a computer. Provides, for each chapter: learning objectives; a detailed chapter outline; the chapter's formulas (with all symbols defined); summaries of steps of conducting each procedure covered in the chapter; a set of self-tests (including multiple-choice, fill-in, and problem/essay questions); a thorough outline for writing an essay explaining each procedure covered to a person who has never had a course in statistics. Includes cutout flash cards of all the key terms. Contains special appendixes introducing the language and procedures of SPSS. In each chapter corresponding to the text chapters, there is a section for each of these programs showing in detail how to carry out the chapter's procedues (including step-by-step, examples, and illustrations of how each step of input and output appears on the computer screen). Includes special activities for using the computer to deepen understanding.