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200 black & white illustrations, 81 black & white tables
2nd Revised edition
Table Of Contents
Part I: Statistical Ideas 1. Getting Started with the Software and Using the Computer for Experimental Details 2. Some Preliminaries to Understanding Statistics 3. Describing Data Numerically and Graphically and Assessing Assumptions for Parametric Tests 4. Changing the Way We Do Statistics: The New Statistics Part II: Statistical Tests 5. Choosing a Statistical Test 6. Finding Relationships Using Correlation: Age of Learning 7. Looking for Groups of Explanatory Variables through Multiple Regression: Predicting Important Factors in First-Grade Reading 8. Looking for Differences between Two Means with T-Tests: Think-Aloud Methodology and Teaching Sarcasm 9. Looking for Group Differences with a One-Way Analysis of Variance (ANOVA): Effects of Planning Time 10. Looking for Group Differences with Factorial Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) When There is More than One Independent Variable: Learning with Music 11. Looking for Group Differences when the Same People Are Tested More than Once: Repeated-Measures ANOVA with Wug Tests and Instruction on French Gender Appendix: Donig Things in R Glossary Bibliography
Jenifer Larson-Hall is Lecturer of Second Language Acquisition and English as a Second Language at Fukuoka JoGakuin University.