SPSS for Intermediate Statistics. Use and Interpretation 2nd Edition

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SPSS for Intermediate Statistics. Use and Interpretation 2nd Edition

Authors: Nancy L. Leech, Karen Caplovitz Barrett, George A. Morgan
SPSS for Intermediate Statistics. Use and Interpretation, 2nd Edition
ISBN 0805847901 | 2004 Year | Scanned PDF | 18,7 Mb | 255 Pages

This book is designed to help students learn to analyze and interpret research data using intermediate statistics. The new edition features SPSS 12.0 for Windows, but can also be used with versions 10 and 11. Each chapter introduces several related statistics and provides instructions on how to run them and interpret the outputs. The authors describe the use and interpretation of these statistics in user-friendly, non-technical, jargon-free language. The examples use realistic data available on the CD in the back of the book. The authors' goal is to demonstrate: how to choose the appropriate statistic based on the research design, how to use SPSS to answer research questions, how to interpret SPSS outputs, and how to write about the outputs in the results section of a research paper.

I had originally found this book online somewhere last year (have forgotten the source now: may well have been AvaxHome itself for all I know) and have recently used it extensively for writing my own thesis. It is incredibly useful for understanding the SPSS output and writing about your results.
Wanted to share it with a friend of mine and could not find it on AvaxHome now: decided to share it for all…
May it help you as much as it helped me.
[With thanks to Alexpal who had earlier helped me with my first post here… and, now, KUDOS to the new FAQs author (it ensures an error-free publication).]