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How to Think about Statistics (Series of Books in Psychology) (edition 1995)

by John L. Phillips

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This revised edition offers a common sense method for understanding the statistics that affect the readers decisions in daily life. Rather than focus on mathematics and computations, this volume familiarizes the reader with the underlying logic of statistical analysis and problem-solving.
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Title:How to Think about Statistics (Series of Books in Psychology)
Authors:John L. Phillips
Info:W.H. Freeman & Company (1995), Edition: 5th, Paperback, 191 pages
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a good first book in statistics. just recently read this. if i had done so back in college, i probably would have gotten better grades in statistics. ( )
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