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Study and application of statistics, being cornerstone of scientific investigation, most often pose anxiety to undergraduate/graduate students of psychology, behavioural and social sciences.
Sometimes, this problem is carried over to scholarship experience threatening competence required for quantification and interpretation of findings.
Applied Statistics and Research Report Writing in Psychology, concisely written in simple language with examples and illustrations prepares students and researchers to overcome challenges often encountered in handling statistics thereby reducing anxiety experienced in quantification, application of right statistics, interpretation of results, and writing research report.
The book treats the most important and practically relevant aspects of statistics for psychology, behavioural and social sciences, ranging from processes of data presentation, various measures of central tendency, dispersion, probability, hypothesis testing, parametric and non-parametric tests, interpretation of results, and research report writing and each chapter ending with review questions.
Students, instructors, researchers and scholars will find this book very useful.
Anyaegbunam: Studied Psychology at Nnamdi Azikiwe University.
He earned M.Sc in Industrial/Organisational Psychology and PhD (2010) in Social Psychology from the same University.
He has been senior lecturer teaching Introductory Psychology, Social Psychology, Research Methods and Statistics at Federal University, Ndufu-Alike Ikwo.
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