Guiding readers through the latest SPSS package (also known as PASW Statistics), the authors provide clear step-by-step instructions on the main statistical techniques, with expanded sections on graphing and exploring data. The updated fourth edition of this bestseller, now in colour, remains an essential tool for all psychology students.
The best-selling guide to SPSS (or PASW Statistics, as it will now also be known) written specifically for psychology students returns for a fourth edition. Guiding readers through the latest version of SPSS/PASW Statistics, the authors once again provide clear step-by-step instructions on analysing data using the software. The new edition, which has been updated throughout, ensures the book remains the essential learning tool for all psychology students.
'The best SPSS book... Every student should have a copy!' - Dr James Jackson, Associate Senior Lecturer, Leeds Trinity& All Saints, UK 'This is the clearest guide to using SPSS I have found -- the step-by-step framework provides an easy to follow overview, as well as more in-depth explanation for those who need it. From the very simple to the more complex, this text is ideal for all levels of an undergraduate degree and beyond.' - Dr Fhionna Moore, Lecturer in Psychology, University of Abertay Dundee, UK 'Student-friendly and clear, this is an excellent introductory text.' -- Diane Wildbur, Lecturer in Psychology, De Montfort University, Leicester, UK 'An invaluable resource for students! well written and appropriately illustrated.' -- Costas Karageorghis, Reader in Sport Psychology, Brunel University, UK 'A highly accessible introductory text that many students favour for its clarity and thoroughly annotated SPSS screenshots. The book also offers helpful guidance on the conventions of reporting statistical results, and this fourth edition is further strengthened by the inclusion of new material on data exploration and graphing.' -- Dr Alistair Harvey, Lecturer in Psychology, University of Winchester '...I would recommend the book to anyone who is doing research which involves statistical analysis. The text is clear and easy to understand, and also highly informative and I can confidently say it is one which I will be frequently referring to in the foreseeable future.' PsyPag Quarterly
About Nicola Brace
NICOLA BRACE is Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the Open University, UK RICHARD KEMP is Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the University of New South Wales, Australia ROSEMARY SNELGAR is Principal Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Westminster, UK
Table of Contents
Introduction Data Entry in SPSS Exploring Data in SPSS Data Handling Tests of Difference for Two Sample Designs Tests of Correlation Tests for Nominal Data Analysis of Variance Multiple Regression Analysis of Covariance and Multivariate Analysis of Variance Discriminant Analysis and Logistic Regression Factor Analysis, and Reliability and Dimensionality of Scales Beyond the Basics
SPSS for Psychologists by Nicola Brace
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