A brief supplement for courses in Statistics and Research Methods for the Social Sciences, this book offers reluctant, math-phobic students a blend of humor and common sense in a brief introduction to statistics for the social sciences.
A brief supplement for courses in Statistics and Research Methods for the Social Sciences this book offers reluctant, math-phobic students a unique blend of humor and common sense in a brief introduction to statistics for the social sciences. The objective of the book is two-fold: (1) to give students an understanding of the concepts and computations of basic statistics, and (2) to train students to overcome math anxiety and avoidance responses that interfere with learning.
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Appendix I: Probabilities Associated with the Mann-Whitney U Test (One-Tailed Test).
Appendix J: Critical Values of Spearman's Ranked Correlation Coefficient (rs).
Appendix K: Overcoming Math Anxiety.
Statistics for the Terrified by John H. Kranzler
John H. Kranzler
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