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SPSS for Psychologists (7th Edition)

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Students can find statistical analysis a challenging and complex task and, in order to master the techniques and complete their assignments and projects successfully, they need to have a sound understanding of IBM SPSS and...

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Students can find statistical analysis a challenging and complex task and, in order to master the techniques and complete their assignments and projects successfully, they need to have a sound understanding of IBM SPSS and its functions. Updated to be compatible with IBM SPSS 25, with handy screen-shots throughout, the seventh edition of this trusted and practical textbook will take students on a step-by-step journey towards carrying out a range of essential tasks with confidence: from performing an analysis to interpreting outputs and reporting the results. 
This book is an unbeatable, must-have guide to IBM SPSS that will allow undergraduate psychology students to master this powerful software tool.

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Compliance with IBM SPSS version 25, and is backward-compatible with previous versions of the software

Takes the fear out of statistical analysis, using a careful step-by-step approach

Practical and easy to navigate with a reader-friendly layout and refreshed page design

Covers a broad range of topics and exercises

Boasts a strong companion website featuring video tutorials, data sets and downloadable exercises

1. Introduction
2. Data entry in SPSS
3. Exploring, cleaning and graphing data in SPSS
4. Data handling
5. Tests of difference for one- and two-sample designs
6. Tests of correlation and bivariate regression
7. Tests for nominal data
8. One-way analysis of variance
9. Factorial analysis of variance
10. Multiple regression
11. Analysis of covariance and multivariate analysis of variance
12. Discriminant analysis and logistic regression
13. Factor analysis and reliability and dimensionality of scales
14. Using syntax and other useful features of SPSS.
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Virginia Harrison is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the Open University, UK and module leader for the 2,000 student Research Methods and Statistics module.

Richard Kemp is Associate Professor in Psychology at the University of New South Wales, Australia.

Nicola Brace was a Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the Open University, UK.

Rosemary Snelgar was Principal Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Westminster, UK.

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Virginia Harrison is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the Open University, UK and module leader for the 2,000 student Research Methods and Statistics module.

Richard Kemp is Associate Professor in Psychology at the University of New South Wales, Australia.

Nicola Brace was a Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the Open University, UK.

Rosemary Snelgar was Principal Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Westminster, UK.

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