Part I: HOW TO USE SPSS FOR WINDOWS. 1. Introduction to SPSS for Windows. 2. Entering Data and Naming Variables. 3. Specifying Analyses Using the Point-and-Click Method. 4. Specifying Analyses Using the Syntax Method. 5. Viewing and Manipulating Output. Part II: PROCEDURES. 6. Frequency Distributions and Descriptive Statistics. 7. One-Sample t-Test. 8. Independent-Samples t-Test. 9. Dependent-Samples (Matched-Pairs, Paired Samples). 10. One-Way Between-Groups (Independent Groups). 11. Two-Way Between-Groups (Independent Groups). 12. One-Way Within-Subjects (Repeated Measures) ANOVA. 13. Two-Way Mixed (Between-Within) ANOVA. 14. Correlations. 15. Simple Regression. 16. Multiple Regression. 17. Chi-Square Test of Independence. Appendix A: Saving and Retrieving Files. Appendix B: Data Transformations.
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About the Author
Lee A. Kirkpatrick is Associate Professor of Psychology at the College of William and Mary, where he has taught since 1991. He teaches courses in statistics (introductory and advanced/graduate), research methods, and evolutionary psychology. He received his PhD in social/personality psychology from the University of Denver in 1988.