With a thorough appreciation for a range of topics, the text really is a priceless aid to my revision. This new edition is a student-friendly goldmine, packed full of working examples and theoretical considerations for all of the statistics I study at university. Joshua Baker, Psychology Student, Nottingham Trent University Introduction to Statistics in Psychology 4th edition is the complete guide to statistics for psychology students. Its range is exceptional in order to meet student needs throughout their undergraduate degree and beyond. By keeping to simple mathematics, step by step explanation of all the important statistical concepts, tests and procedures ensure that students understand data analysis properly. Pedagogical features such as research design issue', calculation' and the advice boxes help structure study into manageable chunks whilst the overview and key points help with revision. New chapters on MANOVA and moderating variables, as well as extended coverage of factor analysis, ensures this remains the most comprehensive statistics text available.This 4th edition includes even more examples to bring to life how different statistical tests can be used in different areas of psychology.
Introduction to Statistics in Psychology 4th edition is accompanied by a CD containing extra resources including research scenarios with exercises, and further examples for students to consolidate their understanding. MCQs, datasets and roadmaps to help with test selection is available at www.pearsoned.co.uk/howitt Dennis Howitt is Reader in and Duncan Cramer is Professor of Psychology at Loughborough University "Essential reading for all undergraduate psychology students" Dr. Andrew J. Stewart, University of Manchestershow more