Comprehending Behavioral Statistics (4th Edition)
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 Lectlets for Introductory Statistics

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Chapter 1: Introduction
Lectlet 1A: Introduction to Statistics
Lectlet 1B: Basic Concepts
Chapter 2: Variables and Their Measurement
Lectlet2A: Variables and their Measurement
Chapter 3: Frequency Distributions
Lectlet3A: Frequency Distributions as Tables
Lectlet3B: Frequency Distributions as Graphs
Chapter 4: Measures of Central Tendency
Lectlet4A: Measures of Central Tendency
Lectlet4B: Computing and Eyeball-Estimating the Mean
Chapter 5: Measures of Variation
Lectlet5A: Measures of Variation
Lectlet5B: Computing and Eyeball-Estimating the Standard Deviation
Chapter 6: Using Frequency Distributions
Lectlet6A: Areas under Distributions
Lectlet6B: Areas under Normal Distributions
Chapter 7: Samples and the Sampling Distribution of the Mean
Lectlet7A: Samples from Populations and the Distribution of Means
Lectlet7B: The Central Limit Theorem
Lectlet7C: The Central Limit Theorem II
Chapter 8
Lectlet8A: Confidence Intervals
Lectlet8B: Computing Confidence Intervals
Lectlet8C: Confidence Intervals II
Chapter 9
Lectlet9A: Inferential Statistics
Lectlet9B: The Procedure for Evaluating Hypotheses
Chapter 10
Lectlet10A: Inferences about Means of Single Samples: Illustrating the Null Hypothesis
Lectlet10B: Inferences about Means of Single Samples: Completing the Analysis
Lectlet10C: Inferences about Means of Single Samples: When the Test is Directional or Sigma is Unknown
Chapter 11
Lectlet11A: Hypothesis Evaluation with Two Independent Samples: The Test Statistic
Lectlet11B: Hypothesis Evaluation with Two Independent Samples: The Standard Error of the Difference Between Two Means
Lectlet11C: Hypothesis Evaluation with Two Independent Samples: Completing the Analysis
Chapter 12
Lectlet12A: Inferences about Two Dependent Samples

Chapter 13
Lectlet13A: Statistical Power
Lectlet13B: Consequences of Statistical Power
Chapter 14
Lectlet14A: Hypotheses with Three or More Groups
Lectlet14B: Logic of the Analysis of Variance
Lectlet14C: Computing of the Analysis of Variance
Lectlet14D: Interpreting the Analysis of Variance
Chapter 15
Lectlet15A: Post Hoc and A Priori Tests
Lectlet15B: Repeated Measures Analysis of Variance
Lectlet15C: Two Way Analysis of Variance
Chapter 16
Lectlet16A: Correlation
Lectlet16B: Computing the Correlation Coefficient
Chapter 17
Lectlet17A: Linear Regression
Lectlet17B: Computing the Regression Equation
Lectlet17C: The Standard Error of Estimate
Chapter 18
Lectlet18A: Nonparametric Statistics: Chi Squared
Lectlet18B: Nonparametric Statistics Based on Order
PSY210: Statistical Methods in Psychology

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