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Introduction

Table of Contents and Learning Objectives

1. Why We Need Statistics and Displaying Data Using Tables and Graphs

2. Central Tendency and Variability

3. Z-scores and the Normal Curve

4. Probability, Inferential Statistics, and Hypothesis Testing

5. Single Sample Z-test and t-test

6. Dependent t-test

7. Independent Means t-test

8. Analysis of Variance, Planned Contrasts and Posthoc Tests

9. Factorial ANOVA and Interaction Effects

10. Correlation and Regression

11. Beyond Hypothesis Testing

1. Afterword

Worksheet 1b.

Worksheet 2a.

Worksheet 2b.

Worksheet 3a.

Worksheet 3b.

Worksheet 4a.

Homework Chapter 1

Homework Chapter 2

Homework Chapter 3

Homework Chapter 4

Homework Chapter 5

Homework Chapter 6

Homework Chapter 7

Homework Chapter 8

Homework Chapter 9

Homework Chapter 10

Homework Chapter 11

Key Terms List

Normal Curve (Z) Area Tables

T distribution tables

F distribution tables

Media Attributions

Acknowledgements

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Beginner Statistics for Psychology by Nicole Vittoz is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.