University Press of America
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978-0-7618-3345-1 • Paperback • December 2005 • $54.99 • (£42.00)
Isadore Newman is Professor in the College of Education at the University of Akron.
Chapter 2 Introduction to Statistics
Chapter 3 Correlation, Reliability, and Validity Correlation
Chapter 4 The Meaning of Statistical Significance
Chapter 5 Introduction to the Concept of Interaction
Chapter 6 Introduction to Factorial Design and its Interpretation
Chapter 7 Introduction to Research Design: Internal & External Validity
Chapter 8 Further Discussions on Research Designs
Chapter 9 Type VI Error: Inconsistency Between the Statistical Procedure and the Research Question
Chapter 10 Two Method of Estimating a Study's Replicability
15 About the Authors
This work presents concepts and terminology for students in the social sciences embarking on the study of statistics. The book will be useful for those seeking to flatten the learning curve associated with introductory statistics methods courses. For personal libraries, public libraries, and academic libraries serving undergraduate and graduate programs in the social sciences.Summing Up: RECOMMENDED. General readers; upper-division ungraduates through faculty.
— W. R. Lee, Iowa State University; Choice Reviews