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Edition: Second Edition
Publication Date: 1992
Publisher: Worth Publishers
Geoffrey Keppel, Howard Tokunaga, Jr. William H. Saufley
Introduces undergraduates to the design and statistical analysis of common experiments. Concepts are explained with step-by-step descriptions, worked examples, and an extensive series of exercises. Written for students who meet the standard quantitative prerequisites for entry into most colleges and universities.Geoffrey Keppel is the author of 'Introduction to Design and Analysis: A Student's Handbook (Series of Books in Psychology)', published 1992 under ISBN 9780716723219 and ISBN 0716723212.
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