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Macmillan Higher Education Palgrave Higher Education

SPSS for Psychologists

Edition 5th Edition
ISBN 9781137014412
Publication Date July 2012
Formats Ebook 
Publisher Palgrave

Guiding readers through the latest SPSS package, the authors provide clear step-by-step instructions on the main statistical techniques, with expanded sections on simple and multiple regression. Now in its fifth edition, SPSS for Psychologists remains an indispensable tool for all psychology students.

Nicola Brace is Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the Open University, UK 

Richard Kemp is Associate Professor in Psychology at the University of New South Wales, Australia 

Rosemary Sneglar is Principal Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Westminster, UK

Introduction
Data Entry in SPSS
Exploring Data in SPSS
Data Handling
Tests of Difference for two Sample Designs
Tests of Correlation
Tests of Nominal Data
Analysis of Variance
Simple and Multiple Regression
Analysis of Covariance and Multivariate Analysis of Variance
Discriminate Analysis and Logistic Regression
Factor Analysis and Reliability and Dimensionality of Scales
Beyond the Basics

Reviews

Praise for the new fifth edition: 'Detailed, thorough and easy to follow - everything undergraduate students need and a bit more.' - Ana Fernandez, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK
'An excellent introductory resource for students. The authors provide a user-friendly approach to help students decide which statistical tests to use and when, how to perform the analysis, interpret the output, and report the results without overwhelming them with too much formula.' - Claire Hart, Lecturer in Psychology, University of Southampton, UK
'SPSS for Psychologists is an absolute must have text if you are serious about understanding the power of SPSS as a tool that skilfully presents quantitative data analysis. The authors critically present informative explanations that enable each of us, students and lecturers alike, to understand the use of this quantitative tool.' - Catherine O'Reilly, Institute of Public Administration, Dublin 4 Ireland
'Written quite brilliantly... I love it. All the stats you need up to and past your degree.' - Graham Edgar, Reader in Psychology, Gloucestershire University, UK
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