This book brings to life the compelling underlying logic of statistical methods so that readers can not only do the computations, but also truly understand what they are doing and remember what they have learned for years to come. This book covers the basic introductory statistics and methods including central tendency and variability, inferential statistics (Z scores, the normal curve, sample versus population, and probability), the t test, the analysis of variance, correlation, prediction, and more. For research analysts and reporters in the field of psychology.
I cannot really evaluate. I'm just a beginner in statistics. However, the book seemed very clear and accessible to me, without being banal. Thanks to the Aron family I now understand what a two-way factorial ANOVA is.