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Data Analysis and Interpretation in the Behavioral Sciences (Non-InfoTrac Version)

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ISBN-10: 0534530710

ISBN-13: 9780534530716

Edition: 2003

Authors: Eugene B. Zechmeister, Emil J. Posavac

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List price: $226.95
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Wadsworth
Publication date: 9/10/2002
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 480
Size: 6.50" wide x 8.01" long x 0.87" tall
Weight: 2.156
Language: English

Emil J. Posavac (Ph.D., University of Illinois, Champaign) is Professor Emeritus of Psychology at Loyola University of Chicago where he served as director of the Applied Social Psychology Graduate Program and chairman of the Psychology Department. He has consulted with a number of public and private organizations. He has published over sixty papers and chapters, edited or co-edited six volumes on program evaluation and applied social psychology, and written numerous evaluation reports for health care and educational institutions. He has written a textbook (with Eugene B. Zechmeister) on statistical analysis based on emerging orientations that emphasize a more complete understanding and…    

Preface
Introduction to the I-D-E-A Model of Data Analysis and Interpretation
Inspecting and Describing Data from One Group
Inspecting Data Point by Point
Inspecting Distributions of Data
Describing Data from One Group
I-D-E-A for a Study Involving a Single Mean
Estimating Confidence in a Mean
Constructing a Confidence Interval and Announcing Results
I-D-E-A When There are Two Means
Inspecting and Describing Data When Comparing Two Means
Estimating Using Confidence Intervals
Estimating Using Null Hypothesis Significance Testing
Interpreting and Announcing Results
I-D-E-A When There are More Than Two Means
Inspecting, Describing, and Estimating Using Confidence Intervals
Estimating Confidence Using Null Hypothesis Significance Testing, and Announcing Results
I-D-E-A for Complex Designs
I-D-E-A When Examining the Relationship Between Two Variables
Inspecting and Describing Correlational Data
Estimating Confidence Using Confidence Intervals
Estimating Confidence Using Null Hypothesis Significance Testing, and Announcing Results
Making Predictions
I-D-E-A for Studies with Nominal Data
I-D-E-A with Nominal Data
Proportions of Area Under the Standard Normal Curve
Critical Values of t
Critical Values of F. Transformation of r to Zr
Critical Values of r
Critical Values of Chi Square (X2)
A Brief Introduction to Power Analysis