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Making Sense of Data and Statistics in Psychology

Second edition

by Gerry Mulhern and Brian Greer

The new edition of Making Sense of Data and Statistics in Psychology provides an innovative and easy-to-read introduction to understanding statistical concepts and data in Psychology. This popular textbook will equip students with the tools needed, not only to make sense of their own data, but also to think critically about the research and statistics encountered in the psychological literature and in everyday life.

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