Statistics : a tool for the social sciences, study guide / Lyman Ott, William Mendenhall, Richard F. Larson; Ott, Lyman; North Scituate, Mass. : Duxbury Press, c1978; Introduction -- Measurement -- Graphical techniques for describing data from a single variable -- Numerical techniques for describing data from a single sample -- Probability, inferences, and sampling distributions in the social sciences -- Concepts of estimation: the one-sample case -- Statistical tests of hypotheses: the one-sample case -- Estimation and statistical tests of hypotheses: two samples -- Cross-classfication of bivariate data -- Measures of association: nominal and ordinal data -- Regression and correlation -- Differences among more than two population means

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