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Using and interpreting statistics in the social, behavioral, and health sciences / William E. Wagner III, Brian Joseph Gillespie.

By: Wagner, William E. (William Edward).
Contributor(s): Gillespie, Brian Joseph.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: HA29 .W263 2019Publication: Thousand Oaks, California : SAGE Publications, Inc., c2019Description: xiii, 213 p. : ill.ISBN: 9781526402493; 1526402491.Subject(s): Statistics -- Methodology | Social sciences -- Statistical methods | Medical sciences -- Statistical methods
Contents:
Brief Introduction to Research in the Social, Behavioral, and Health Sciences -- Variables and Measurement -- How to Sample and Collect Data for Analysis -- Data Frequencies and Distributions -- Using and Interpreting Univariate and Bivariate Visualizations -- Central Tendency and Variability -- What Are z Scores, and Why Are They Important? -- Hypothesis Testing and Statistical Significance -- How to Measure the Relationship Between Nominal and Ordinal Variables -- Effect Size -- How to Interpret and Report Regression Results -- Indices, Typologies, and Scales -- Appendix A The Standard Normal Table -- Appendix B Critical Values for t Statistic -- Appendix C Critical Values for Chi-Square -- Appendix D Critical Values for F Statistic -- Appendix E Glossary.
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Brief Introduction to Research in the Social, Behavioral, and Health Sciences -- Variables and Measurement -- How to Sample and Collect Data for Analysis -- Data Frequencies and Distributions -- Using and Interpreting Univariate and Bivariate Visualizations -- Central Tendency and Variability -- What Are z Scores, and Why Are They Important? -- Hypothesis Testing and Statistical Significance -- How to Measure the Relationship Between Nominal and Ordinal Variables -- Effect Size -- How to Interpret and Report Regression Results -- Indices, Typologies, and Scales -- Appendix A The Standard Normal Table -- Appendix B Critical Values for t Statistic -- Appendix C Critical Values for Chi-Square -- Appendix D Critical Values for F Statistic -- Appendix E Glossary.

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