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This text is designed for statistics courses taught in departments of Psychology. SPSS Guide to Computing for Windows 10.0 walks students through the process of data analysis in straightforward, intuitive steps. Numerous informative illustrations and a wealth of relevant and insightful applied applications bolster the presentation of the material. This book was written as an accompanying text for the authors' own 'An Introduction to Statistics for Psychology 2e', although it can be used as a practical resource alongside virtually any statistics textbook.
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Dennis Howitt is a Reader in the Department of Social Sciences at Loughborough University.
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