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Statistical Methods for Behavioral Science Research [Used Hardback]
by Leonard A. Marascuilo

Books by Leonard A. Marascuilo

More Psychology and Psychiatry

Presents, as non-mathematically as possible, the basic philosophy and theory of statistics for behavioural science students and researchers. Theory is emphasised because many behavioural researchers use statistics mechanically and are at a loss when new research doesn't fit into one of the existing moulds.

Hardback without dust jacket, 578 pages, 1065 grammes
McGraw-Hill, 1971
ISBN 9780070401853 (0070401853)

Good: Some page browning; previous owner`s name and date; red boards with gilt lettering; no dustjacket; some minor corner bumping.

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