How to Think About Statistics Sixth Edition

John L. Phillips

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0805072551

9780805072556

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224 Pages

$22.99

CAD26.50

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Phillips explores the underlying logic of data analysis, explaining basic statistical concepts step by step to show how the numbers are gathered, organized, tested, interpreted—and in some cases, manipulated and misapplied. Concise, accessible, and engaging, this sixth edition has been thoroughly revised, and now draws on a broader range of current examples from psychology, politics, business, education, medicine, advertising, sports, and other areas.

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John L. Phillips is a well-known expert in both statistics and psychology. A retired professor of psychology at Boise State University, Phillips lives in Boise, Idaho.
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  • John L. Phillips

  • John L. Phillips is a well-known expert in both statistics and psychology. A retired professor of psychology at Boise State University, Phillips lives in Boise, Idaho.
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