Summaries per chapter with the 5th edition of Discovering statistics using IBM SPSS Statistics by Field

Summaries per chapter with Discovering statistics using IBM SPSS Statistics

Summaries per chapter with Discovering statistics using IBM SPSS Statistics

  • For summaries with all chapters of the 5th edition of Discovering statistics using IBM SPSS Statistics by Field, see the supporting content of this page

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