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Making Sense of Data and Statistics in Psychology

Second edition

by Gerry Mulhern and Brian Greer

Table of Contents

PART 1: MAKING SENSE OF BASIC DESIGNS

  1. Variables
  2. Describing and Summarising Data
  3. Seeing Patterns in Data: Comparing
  4. Seeing Patterns in Data: Correlating
  5. The Relevance of Probability
  6. Statistical Tests: Comparing
  7. Statistical Tests: Correlating
  8. Experimentation in Psychology
  9. Other ways of assessing the importance of results

PART 2: MAKING SENSE OF 'BIGGER' DESIGNS

  1. Seeing Patterns in Data: Comparing More Than Two Groups
  2. Statistical Tests: Comparing More Than Two Groups
  3. Seeing Patterns in Data: Comparisons Involving More than One
  4. Independent Variable
  5. Statistical Tests: Comparing More than One Independent Variable
  6. Relating: Multiple Variables
  7. Overview