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SPSS for Psychologists (And Everybody Else)

Sixth edition

by Nicola Brace, Richard Kemp and Rosemary Snelgar

Praise for the sixth edition of SPSS for Psychologists...

I found the book very clear and intuitive in both its layout and writing style. The step-by-step walkthroughs and figures will prove invaluable to both undergraduate and postgraduate Psychology students alike in trying to navigate SPSS. The writing style reaches a good balance of being not overly technical or patronising to the reader! -Dr Jonathan Catling, University of Birmingham, UK
As always, a thorough guide for undergraduate students. Lots of illustrations with useful comments that will make it easier for students to understand why they are doing what they are doing, and pitched at the right level – academic rigour perfectly balanced with student-friendly language. The authors have a knack for making complex concepts accessible. The complementary exercises are an added asset. -Dr Ana Fernández, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK
An excellent introductory text which provides essential support for beginners and experienced users of SPSS. The style is clear, coherent, and authoritative. The narrative helpfully guides readers through all aspects of SPSS. Alongside data sets, the authors provide detailed examples, thorough explanations, helpful annotations, and guidance on result reporting. The range of tests included is impressive. These features make SPSS for Psychologists a superior and essential text for both student and instructors. -Dr Neil Dagnall, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
This is the perfect textbook for students who lack confidence in using SPSS. The clear way it is written and the clearly labelled screenshots make this a must. -Noella McAra, Abertay University