Research Methods and Statistics by Bernard C. Beins and Maureen A. McCarthy
English | 2011-09-12 | ISBN: 020562409X | PDF | 504 pages | 4 MB
Thinking critically about research and data analysis
Beins and McCarthy present a seamless introduction to statistics and research methods, identifying different research areas and how one approaches them statistically.
The text is designed for a one- or two-semester combined course in Statistics and Research Methods/Experimental Psychology. It helps students develop critical thinking skills about research and data analysis they see in the news and to evaluate claims people make based on that research.
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