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- Chapter 0 - What are the commonly used symbols in statistics?
- Chapter 1 - Why does an evil teacher force students to learn statistics?
- Chapter 2 - What does statistics consist of?
- Chapter 3 - What are the limits of statistical research?
- Chapter 4 - What does the SPSS statistics environment look like?
- Chapter 5 - In which way can data be explored with graphs?
- Chapter 6 - What is meant by the bias beast?
- Chapter 7 - What is meant by a non-parametric test?
- Chapter 8 - What is meant by the correlation between variables?
- Chapter 9 - What are the main characteristics of the linear model?
- Chapter 10 - How can two means be compared?
- Chapter 11 - What is meant by moderation, mediation and multicategory predictors?
- Chapter 12 - How are different independent means compared with each other?
- Chapter 13 - What is meant by an ANCOVA?
- Chapter 14 - What is meant by a factorial design?
- Chapter 15 - What is meant by a repeated-measures design?
- Chapter 16 - What are mixed designs?
- Chapter 17 - What is meant by a MANOVA?
- Chapter 18 - What are the main characteristics of an exploratory factor analysis?
- Chapter 19 - How can categorical variables be analyzed?
- Chapter 20 - What is meant by a loglinear analysis?
- Chapter 21 - What is meant by multilevel linear models?

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Why does an evil teacher force students to learn statistics? - Chapter 1

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What does statistics consist of? - Chapter 2

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What are the limits of statistical research? - Chapter 3

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What does the SPSS statistics environment look like? - Chapter 4

What does the SPSS statistics environment look like? - Chapter 4

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In which way can data be explored with graphs? - Chapter 5

In which way can data be explored with graphs? - Chapter 5

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What is meant by the bias beast? - Chapter 6

What is meant by the bias beast? - Chapter 6

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What is meant by a non-parametric test? - Chapter 7

What is meant by a non-parametric test? - Chapter 7

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What is meant by the correlation between variables? - Chapter 8

What is meant by the correlation between variables? - Chapter 8

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What are the main characteristics of the linear model? - Chapter 9

What are the main characteristics of the linear model? - Chapter 9

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How can two means be compared? - Chapter 10

How can two means be compared? - Chapter 10

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What is meant by moderation, mediation and multicategory predictors? - Chapter 11

What is meant by moderation, mediation and multicategory predictors? - Chapter 11

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How are different independent means compared with each other? - Chapter 12

How are different independent means compared with each other? - Chapter 12

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What is meant by an ANCOVA? - Chapter 13

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What is meant by a factorial design? - Chapter 14

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What is meant by a repeated-measures design? - Chapter 15

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What are mixed designs? - Chapter 16

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What is meant by a MANOVA? - Chapter 17

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What are the main characteristics of an exploratory factor analysis? - Chapter 18

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How can categorical variables be analyzed? - Chapter 19

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What is meant by a loglinear analysis? - Chapter 20

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What is meant by multilevel linear models? - Chapter 21

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