SPSS for Psychologists

May 28, 2009

Authors: Nicola Brace, Richard Kemp and Rosemary Snelgar

Edition: Fourth

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

Pages: 472

Price: £19.99

ISBN 9780230594593

The new edition of this guide is a companion for students learning how to use SPSS to analyse psychological data.

Who is it for? Anyone from undergraduate to postgraduate.

Presentation: A particularly good feature is the use throughout of annotated "screen dumps".

Would you recommend it? Worthy of consideration as a core text in research methods classes.

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