The highly readable "Using Statistics in Sport and Exercise Science Research" has been written for the student of sport science, exercise science, sport studies, leisure studies, physical education, sports therapy, or related fields of enquiry. Conducting research can be both an exhilarating and a frustrating experience, where the quest for new answers and new explanations of phenomena may easily and unwittingly be confounded by inadequate planning and avoidable errors. This timely text describes the processes involved in identifying a worthwhile and answerable research question, formulating hypotheses, designing a research study, collecting-organising-analysing-evaluating data, drawing conclusions, and finally presenting work to the scientific community. This user-friendly book demystifies statistics, helping the reader to develop confidence in the research process.
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Joanne Fallowfield (Ph.D., M.Sc., B.Sc.,) is a senior lecturer in exercise physiology at University College Chichester, presently teaching undergraduate and postgraduate students in the sport and exercise sciences. She is a BASES (Research and Support) and BOA Accredited exercise physiologist, with research interests in physical training progression, and adaptation to challenging environments. Beverley Hale (M.Sc., B.Ed.,) is senior lecturer in research methods and statistics at University College Chichester, with experience in teaching applied statistics in the sport and exercise sciences, sports therapy, animal science and health science. She is a fellow of the Royal Statistical Society, and a member of the Higher Education Academy. David Wilkinson (Ph.D., M.Sc., B.Sc.,) is a senior consultant in occupational physiology with Optimal Performance Limited, UK, who provide physiological research and consultancy support to the military and uniformed services. He is a BASES and BOA Accredited exercise physiologist (Support), with research interests in physical selection standards, physical training and excessive training stress.
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