Discovering Statistics Using IBM SPSS Statistics
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24 JAN 2013


Lecturers/instructors - request a free digital inspection copy here With a little help from his weird band of characters the Fourth Edition of the award-winning book continues, with its unique blend of humour and collection of bizarre examples, to bring statistics - from first principles to advanced concepts - well and truly to life using IBM SPSS Statistics. Lecturers: with WebAssign (R) you can manage and monitor your students' progress quickly and easily online or give them more opportunities to practise! Ideal for short courses, choose to use WebAssign (R) alongside the Fourth Edition of Andy Field's textbook to quickly set up courses and schedule assignments (using the 2159 questions available) and track individual performance so you can spot in an instant where more instruction or practice is needed. If not using for fomal assessment, WebAssign (R) still lets you set questions for your students to practise over and over again. They get instant feedback and also links to the relevant chapter or section in the integral ebook to help them work out the correct solution. For more information on how to integrate WebAssign (R) into a forthcoming course or to arrange a class test please contact your local SAGE representative for more details. (Students please note: access to WebAssign (R) is dependent not only on the purchase of a student access code (ISBN: 9781446273043) but also a username, institution code and password supplied by your course leader/instructor). SAGE MobileStudy - study where and when you like Scan any QR code within the book to access revision material on a smartphone or tablet such as Cramming Sam's Study tips, flashcard glossaries, interactive multiple choice questionnaires and more. Click here to take a look (if you're accessing the site from a desktop you'll be taken to the Companion Website instead; look out for the MobileStudy icon to show you which pages are also available on the MobileStudy site). See how Andy's book is changing the landscape for textbooks through the use of technology! Support materials for a wide range of disciplines Education and Sport Sciences lecturer support materials with enhanced ones for Psychology, Business and Management and the Health Sciences on the enhanced Companion Website make the book even more relevant to a wider range of subjects across the social sciences and where statistics is taught to a cross-disciplinary audience. Other major new updates include: Now fully compatible with recent IBM SPSS Statistics releases.Two new characters! Statistical cult leader Oditi provides students with access to video clips via his Lantern to help further understanding of statistical/SPSS concepts, while Confusius helps students to make better sense of statistical terms.The enhanced Companion Website offers plenty of lecturer and student material to use in conjunction with the textbook. These include PowerPoints and subject-specific testbanks for lecturers as well as answers to the Smart Alex tasks at the end of the each chapter; datafiles for testing problems in SPSS; flashcards of key concepts; self-assessment multiple-choice questions; and online videos of key statistical and SPSS procedures discussed in the textbook for students. Video Links Go behind the scenes of the Fourth Edition, and find out about the man behind the book Watch Andy introduce SAGE MobileStudy Ask Andy Anything: Teaching stats... and Robbie Williams' head Ask Andy Anything: Gibson or Fender Ask Andy Anything: The one part of the book Andy hated writing Available with Perusall-an eBook that makes it easier to prepare for class Perusall is an award-winning eBook platform featuring social annotation tools that allow students and instructors to collaboratively mark up and discuss their SAGE textbook. Backed by research and supported by technological innovations developed at Harvard University, this process of learning through collaborative annotation keeps your students engaged and makes teaching easier and more effective. Learn more.


Why Is My Evil Lecturer Forcing Me to Learn Statistics?What Will This Chapter Tell Me?What The Hell Am I Doing Here? I Don't Belong HereInitial Observation: Finding Something That Needs ExplainingGenerating Theories And Testing ThemCollect Data to Test Your TheoryAnalyzing DataReporting DataEverything You Never Wanted to Know about Statistics What Will This Chapter Tell Me?Building Statistical ModelsPopulations And SamplesStatistical ModelsGoing Beyond The DataUsing Statistical Models To Test Research QuestionsModern Approaches toTheory TestingReporting Statistical ModelsThe IBM SPSS Statistics EnvironmentWhat Will This Chapter Tell Me?Versions Of IBM SPSS StatisticsWindows versus MacOSGetting StartedThe Data EditorImporting DataThe SPSS ViewerExporting SPSS OutputThe Syntax EditorSaving FilesRetrieving A FileExploring Data with GraphsWhat Will This Chapter Tell Me?The Art Of Presenting DataThe SPSS Chart BuilderHistogramsBoxplots (Box-Whisker Diagrams)Graphing Means: Bar Charts And Error BarsLine ChartsGraphing Relationships: The ScatterplotEditing GraphsThe Best of BiasWhat Will This Chapter Tell Me?What is Bias?Spotting BiasReducing BiasNon-parametric ModelsWhat Will This Chapter Tell Me?When to Use Non-parametric TestsGeneral Procedure on Non-parametric Tests in SPSSComparing Teo Independent Conditions: The Wilcox Rank-sum Test and Mann-Whitney TestComparing Two Related Conditions: the Wilcoxon Signed-rank TestDifferences Between Several Independent Groups: The Kruskal-Wallis TestDifferences Between Several Related Groups: Friedman's ANOVACorrelationWhat Will This Chapter Tell Me?Modelling RelationshipsData Entry For Correlation Analysis Using SPSSBivariate CorrelationPartial CorrelationComparing CorrelationsCalculating The Effect SizeHow To Report Correlation CoefficentsRegressionWhat Will This Chapter Tell Me?An Introduction To RegressionBias in Regression Models?Regression Using SPSS: One PredictorMultiple RegressionRegression With Several Predictors Using SPSSInterpreting Multiple RegressionComparing Two MeansWhat Will This Chapter Tell Me?Looking at DifferencesThe t-testAssumptions of the t-testThe Independent t-test Using SPSSPaired-samples t-test Using SPSSBetween Groups or Repeated MeasuresWhat is I Violate the Test AssumptionsModeration, Mediation and More RegressionWhat Will This Chapter Tell Me?Installing Custom Dialog Boxes in SPSSModeration: Interactions in RegressionMediationCategorical Predictors in RegressionComparing Several Means: ANOVA (GLM 1)What Will This Chapter Tell Me?The Theory Behind AnovaAssumptions of AnovaPlanned ContrastsPost hoc ProceduresRunning One-way Anova in SPSSOutput From One-way AnovaCalculating the Effect SizeReporting Results From One-way Independent AnovaAnalysis of Covariance, ANCOVA (GLM 2)What Will This Chapter Tell Me?What Is ANCOVA?Assumptions And Issues In ANCOVAConducting ANCOVA in SPSSInterpreting the Output From ANCOVATesting The Assumption Of Homogeneity Of Regression SlopesCalculating The Effect SizeReporting ResultsFactorial ANOVA (GLM 3)What Will This Chapter Tell Me?Theory Of Factorial ANOVA (Independent Designs)Assumptions of Factorial ANOVAFactorial ANOVA using SPSSOutput From Factorial ANOVAInterpreting Interaction GraphsCalculating Effect SizesReporting The Results Of Two-Way ANOVARepeated-Measures Designs (GLM 4)What Will This Chapter Tell Me?Introduction To Repeated Measures DesignsTheory Of One-Way Repeated-Measures ANOVAAssumptions in Repeated-Measures ANOVAOne-Way Repeated Measures ANOVA Using SPSSOutput For One-Way Repeated-Measures ANOVAEffect Sizes For Repeated-Measures ANOVAReporting One-Way Repeated-Measures ANOVAFactorial Repeated-Measures DesignsOutput For Factorial Repeated-Measures ANOVAEffect Sizes For Factorial Repeated-Measures ANOVAReporting The Results From Factorial Repeated-Measures ANOVAMixed Design ANOVA (GLM 5)What Will This Chapter Tell Me?Mixed DesignsAssumptions in Mixed DesignsWhat Do Men And Women Look For In A Partner?Mixed ANOVA in SPSSOutput For Mixed Factorial ANOVACalculating Effect SizesReporting The Results Of Mixed ANOVAMultivariate Analysis of Variance (MANOVA)What Will This Chapter Tell Me?When To Use MANOVAIntroductionTheory Of MANOVAPractical Issues When Conducting MANOVAMANOVA Using SPSSOutput From MANOVAReporting Results From MANOVAFollowing Up MANOVA With Discriminant AnalysisOutput From The Discriminant AnalysisReporting Results From from Discriminant AnalysisThe Final InterpretationExploratory Factor AnalysisWhat Will This Chapter Tell Me?When To Use Factor AnalysisFactors and ComponentsDiscovering FactorsResearch ExampleRunning The AnalysisInterpreting Output From SPSSHow To Report Factor AnalysisReliability AnalysisHow To Report Reliability AnalysisCategorical DataWhat Will This Chapter Tell Me?Analysing Categorical DataTheory Of Analysing Categorical DataAssumptions When Analysing Categorical DataDoing Chi-Square in SPSSLog-Linear Analysis Using SPSSEffect Sizes In Loglinear AnalysisReporting The Results Of Loglinear AnalysisLogistic RegressionWhat Will This Chapter Tell Me?Background to Logistic RegressionWhat are the Principles Behind Logistic Regression?Sources of Bias and Common ProblemsBinary Logistic Regression: An Example That Will Make You Feel EelInterpreting Logistic RegressionHow to Report Logistic RegressionTesting Assumptions: Another ExamplePredicting Several Categories: Multinominal Logistic RegressionMultilevel Linear ModelsWhat Will This Chapter Tell Me?Hierarchical DataTheory Of Multilevel Linear ModelsThe Multilevel ModelSome Practical IssuesMultilevel Modelling Using SPSSGrowth ModelsHow To Report A Multilevel ModelA Message From The Octopus of Inescapable DespairEpilogue Nice EmailsEverybody Thinks I'm A StatisticianCraziness on a Grand Scale