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How to Think about Statistics (Series of Books in Psychology)
ISBN 0716728222 / 9780716728221 / 0-7167-2822-2
Publisher W.H. Freeman & Company
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This new edition helps readers to make sense of the numbers that they encounter: as consumers, voters, in business, and in school. Instead of focusing on mathematics and computations, the author explains the underlying logic of statistical analysis and problem solving, building one concept upon another to provide a solid framework for understanding how statistics are used, reported, and manipulated. Examples and demonstrations of real-life applications are included to enable the reader to think carefully about the statistics that confront us daily - in our newspapers, in the classroom, and in the claims of politicians and advertisers. [via]