Statistics for Psychology: WITH "Biopsychology" AND "Introduction to Behavioral Research Methods" AND "Cognitive Psychology, Applying the Science of the Mind" AND "Social Psychology"

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9781405893374: Statistics for Psychology: WITH

Statistics for Psychology, 4th ed The fourth edition of this popular text uses definitional formulas to emphasize concepts of statistics, rather than rote memorization. This approach constantly reminds students of the logic behind what they are learning, and each procedure is taught both verbally and numerically, which helps to emphasize the concepts. Thoroughly revised, with new content and many new practice examples, this text takes the reader from basic procedures through analysis of variance (ANOVA). Students cover statistics and also learn to read and inderstand research articles. Biopsuchology (with Beyond the Brain and Behaviour CD-ROM), International Edition, 6th ed. "Biopsychology" clearly presents the fundamentals of the study of the biology of behavior and makes the topics personally and socially relevant to the student. By emphasizing four interwoven themes throughout the book, the major recent developments in the rapidly changing field of biopsychology come alive clearly and completely for students Introduction to Behavioural Research Methods: International Edition, 5th ed.Taking into consideration the four basic approaches to behavioral research (descriptive research, correlational research, experimental research, and quasi-experimental research), Introduction to Behavioral Research Methods shows students how to conceptualize questions, measure variables, design studies, and analyze data. Chapters on research ethics and scientific writing (including the most recent version of APA style) round out the book. Cognitive Psychology: Applying the Science of the Mind, 2nd ed. Cognitive Psychology: Applying the Science of the Mind, Second Edition, intended primarily for the undergraduate cognitive psychology course, combines clear yet rigorous descriptions of key empirical findings and theoretical principles with frequent real-world examples, strong learning pedagogy, and a straightforward organization. The text weaves five empirical threads - neuroscience, consciousness, individual differences, development, and culture - throughout the text to help students integrate the material. Social Psychology, 4th ed. An engaging, comprehensive and colourful introduction, Social Psychology is now fully revised and updated in its 4th edition.It remains accessible, involving and clearly structured, exploring key aspects of social psychology. Through its many features and lively approach, Social Psychology will inform and challenge students everywhere and will prove invaluable to anyone with an interest in the field. OneKey Coursecompass Acess Card, 1st ed.

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Focuses on mastering concepts and also includes instructions and examples for working problems using a computer. Provides, for each chapter: learning objectives; a detailed chapter outline; the chapter's formulas (with all symbols defined); summaries of steps of conducting each procedure covered in the chapter; a set of self-tests (including multiple-choice, fill-in, and problem/essay questions); a thorough outline for writing an essay explaining each procedure covered to a person who has never had a course in statistics. Includes cutout flash cards of all the key terms. Contains special appendixes introducing the language and procedures of SPSS. In each chapter corresponding to the text chapters, there is a section for each of these programs showing in detail how to carry out the chapter's procedues (including step-by-step, examples, and illustrations of how each step of input and output appears on the computer screen). Includes special activities for using the computer to deepen understanding.

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Class-tested and developed over two decades, the material for this innovative text reflects recent changes in both research practice and in the teaching of statistics for psychology: 1) Statistics are done by computer, not by hand, so the text stresses deep understanding, not brief explanation followed by the usual plugging numbers into formulas. 2) The majority of psychology majors are human-and word-oriented, not math-oriented, so this text employs their way of learning--for example, requiring them to put what they learn into words lay persons can understand.

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