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  • Descriptive statistics for the social and behavioural sciences
  • Huysamen GK
  • ISBN: 9780627022234
  • eISBN: N/A
  • ePub ISBN: N/A
  • 109 Pages | Published: 1976

Summary The object of this textbook is to provide a systematic and comprehensive introduction to research design and statistical analysis for students in the behavioural and social sciences. 

1. Introduction
2. Variables and their measurement
3. Tabular and graphical representation of data
4. Cumulative indices
5. Central tendency
6. Variability
7. Standard scores and the normal distribution
8. Correlation
9. Regression

Appendix I: Tables
Appendix II: Answers to computational and conceptual problems

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