Experimental Design and Statistical Methods: For Behavioural and Social Research - David BonifaceChapman & Hall/CRC, 1999, Paperback.
Condition: Very Good.
A textbook which can be used both to accompany a taught course and for individual study. It is a second level text, thus the reader is expected to have previously attended a basic statistical methods course. The book introduces the concepts, principles and techniques needed when carrying out a practical research project. It is relevant, particularly in the areas of psychology, education, human, social and life sciences, medicine and occupational and management research, to small and large scale projects, both in real world settings and in laboratories. In addition, the book looks at the use and conceptual understanding of. the more advanced techniques available to users of computer packages for data analysis. Typical modern examples are Minitab, SPSS, SAS, SuperANOVA, Statistica, BMDP, SYSTAT, Genstat and GLIM.
Size: 10" x 7". 264 pages.