Statistics for the Social and Behavioral Sciences
by David A. Kenny
Publisher: Little, Brown 1987
Number of pages: 407
This textbook provides a first course in data analysis for students majoring in the social and behavioral sciences. The book is intended to be comprehensible to students who are not planning to go on to postgraduate study. Even the active researcher may find the book a useful resource.
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