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Basic Statistics for Psychologists

by Marc Brysbaert

Table of contents

Preface

  1. Using statistics in psychology research
  2. Summarising data using the frequency distribution
  3. Summarising data using measures of central tendency
  4. Summarising data using measures of variability
  5. Standardised scores, normal distribution and probability
  6. Using the t-test to measure the difference between
    independent groups
  7. Interpreting the results of a statistical test
  8. Using non-parametric tests to measure the difference
    between independent groups
  9. Using the t-test to measure change in related samples
  10. Using non-parametric tests to measure change in related samples
  11. Improving predictions through the Pearson correlation coefficient
  12. Improving predictions through non-parametric tests:
    The Spearman rank correlation and the chi-square test for independence
  13. Using analysis of variance (ANOVA) to compare more than
    two conditions
  14. Post-hoc tests in ANOVA and multiple regression analysis