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Relating Statistics and Experimental Design
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Relating Statistics and Experimental Design
An Introduction



96 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This handy guide gives the novice researcher a clear description of the standard tools of the trade. Unlike some texts which focus on either design or statistics, this book covers the fundamentals of design, together with experiments and observational methods. There is an exposition of major tests of significance with formulas plus easy verbal interpretations, and "boxes" embedded in the text contain prototypic applications.
 
Introduction and Overview
 
Basic Experimental Designs
 
Tests of Significance
 
Matching Research Designs and Statistical Tests
 
Conclusion

Irwin P. Levin

As a Professor Emeritus and Past President of the Society for Judgment and Decision Making, Irwin Levin has written recent reviews of her area, particularly focusing on the joint contributions of Behavioral Decision Theory and Decision Neuroscience. She plans to continue doing research and writing papers in the area of Human Judgment and Decision Making. More About Author

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