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Experimental design and analysis for psychology

Abstract : A complete course in experimental design and analysis for those students looking to build a working understanding of data collection and analysis in a research context. The authors' lively, entertaining writing style helps to engage and motivate students while they study these often challenging concepts and skills. A focus on examples and exercises throughout the text encourages the development of a proper understanding through hands-on learning. The development and use of definitional formulas throughout provides for increased understanding of statistical procedures and enables the serious student to continue to expand statistical knowledge. Inclusion of Monte Carlo simulations and re-sampling techniques provides unique coverage of these topics in a student-focused text. Extensive online support enhances the value of the book as a teaching and learning tool, offering both extensive activities and problems, and guidance on the use of key statistical software, to help readers gain a true working understanding of the subject.
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Submitted on : Tuesday, March 31, 2009 - 3:30:56 PM
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  • HAL Id : hal-00372213, version 1
  • PRODINRA : 249838


Herve Abdi, Betty Edelman, Dominique Valentin, W. Jay Dowling. Experimental design and analysis for psychology. Oxford University Press, 560 p., 2009, 978-0199299881. ⟨hal-00372213⟩



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