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SPSS for Psychologists (6th Edition)

And Everybody Else

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 440
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Ebook - 9781137579232

16 September 2017

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

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Psychology students can find statistical analysis a challenging and complex task and, in order to master the techniques and complete their assignments and projects, they need to have a sound understanding of IBM SPSS. This practical book is designed to introduce students to SPSS in an accessible yet rigorous way, so that they can feel confident with a variety of essential tasks: from data entry to completing a t-test in statistical analyses you need for your course or research. With handy screenshots throughout, students are guided through the process from start to finish. This ‘end to end’ approach will enable both undergraduate psychology students and those more experienced in statistical analysis to get started and then master this powerful software tool.

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  • Compliance with SPSS version 23, and is backward-compatible with previous versions of the software
  • Coverage of the interaction between SPSS and Microsoft Excel
  • Key skills such as how to print from SPSS and incorporate SPSS output into other documents
  • Data entry skills such as data entry, cleaning and chart building
  • A brand-new, reader-friendly layout that makes navigation even easier than before
  • Detailed coverage of ANOVA and Multiple Regression






  • An expanded glossary to cover theoretical terms
  • Detailed coverage of syntax
  • A new companion website which offers a sophisticated range of video tutorials, along with sample exercises, data-sets and other useful resources
  • New material on transforming data, one sample tests, hierarchical regression and homoestasicity




1. Introduction
2. Data Entry in SPSS
3. Exploring Data in SPSS
4. Data Handling
5. Tests of Difference for Two Sample Designs
6. Tests of Correlation
7. Tests of Nominal Data
8. Analysis of Variance
9. Bivariate and Multiple Regression
10. Analysis of Covariance and Multivariate Analysis of Variance
11. Discriminant Analysis and Logistic Regression
12. Factor Analysis, and Reliability and Dimensionality of Scales
13. Beyond the Basics
14. Appendix A: Syntax
15. Appendix B: Data Files.
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Nicola Brace is Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the Open University, UK.
 
Richard Kemp is Associate Professor in Psychology at the University of New South Wales, Australia.
 
Rosemary Snelgar is Principal Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Westminster, UK.

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Nicola Brace is Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the Open University, UK.
 
Richard Kemp is Associate Professor in Psychology at the University of New South Wales, Australia.
 
Rosemary Snelgar is Principal Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Westminster, UK.

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