Statistics for Social Science takes a fresh approach to the introductory class. With learning check questions, embedded videos and interactive simulations, students engage in active learning as they read. An emphasis on real-world and academic applications help ground the concepts presented. Designed for students taking an introductory statistics course in psychology, sociology or any other social science discipline.
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Table Of Contents
- Chapter 1: Introduction to Statistics
- Chapter 2: Descriptive Statistics
- Chapter 3: The Normal Distribution and Normal Curve
- Chapter 4: Introduction to Probability
- Chapter 5: Discrete Probability Distributions
- Chapter 6: Normal Probability Distributions
- Chapter 7: Four Distributions: z, t, x2, and F
- Chapter 8: Confidence Intervals
- Chapter 9: Introduction to Hypothesis Testing
- Chapter 10: One-Sample Hypothesis Testing
- Chapter 11: Two-Sample Hypothesis Testing
- Chapter 12: ANOVA and the F-distribution
- Chapter 13: Tests for Goodness of Fit and Independence
- Chapter 14: Correlation and Regression
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Real World Application
Case Study at the end of each chapter to showcase practical uses for the concepts presented in the chapter .
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