# Statistics Using SPSS: An Integrative Approach

Cambridge University Press, 2008. gada 3. marts - 764 lappuses
This is an introductory applied statistics text that can be used for a one- or two-semester course at either the undergraduate or graduate level. Central features are its hands-on approach; the use of real data; the wealth of exercises and illustrated examples using these data; the complete set of detailed answers to exercises in an appendix; the presentation of statistical methods with a clear, conceptual emphasis that includes an historical account of each method; and the integration of SPSS in a way that reflects statistical practice. Step-by-step instructions for using SPSS are provided as each new analytic procedure is introduced. A data CD is included with the text so that students may conduct their own statistical analyses and learn firsthand how statistics is used in practice.

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 APPENDIX B GENERATING DISTRIBUTIONS FOR CHAPTERS 8 AND 9 USING 531 STATISTICAL TABLES 537 REFERENCES 554 Solutions 579 Solutions 597 Solutions 607 Solutions 626 Solutions 640
 REEXPRESSING VARIABLES 91 EXPLORING RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN TWO VARIABLES 121 Other Special Cases of the Pearson 135 SIMPLE LINEAR REGRESSION 158 PROBABILITY FUNDAMENTALS 182 THEORETICAL PROBABILITY MODELS 195 THE ROLE OF SAMPLING IN INFERENTIAL STATISTICS 217 INFERENCES INVOLVING THE MEAN OF A SINGLE POPULATION WHEN IS KNOWN 234

 Solutions 644 Solutions 648 Solutions 649 Solutions 673 Solutions 689 Solutions 703 Solutions 715 Solutions 743 INTRODUCTION 1 EXAMINING UNIVARIATE DISTRIBUTIONS 20 MEASURES OF LOCATIONSPREADAND SKEWNESS 60
 ONE 259 Exercises 300 ONEWAY ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE 315 Variance MSW 321 TWOWAY ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE 350 CORRELATION AND SIMPLE REGRESSION AS INFERENTIAL TECHNIQUES 391 AN INTRODUCTION TO MULTIPLE REGRESSION 435 NONPARAMETRIC METHODS 485 Hypergeometric Distribution 501 Index 752 Autortiesības

### Par autoru (2008)

Sharon L. Weinberg is Professor of Quantitative Methods and Psychology and former Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs at New York University. She is widely published, with over 50 publications in her field, including books, book chapters, journal articles, and major reports. She is the recipient of numerous grants and author with Kenneth P. Goldberg of Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences (Cambridge, 1990).

Sarah Knapp Abramowitz is Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science at Drew University. She received her Ph.D. from New York University and is an Associate Editor of the Journal of Statistics Education.