Table of contents for Statistics for criminology and criminal justice / Ronet Bachman, Raymond Paternoster.

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Chapter 1:  The Purpose of Statistics in the Criminological Sciences
Chapter 2: Levels of Measurement and Aggregation
Chapter 3: Understanding Data Distributions
Chapter 4: Measures of Central Tendency
Chapter 5: Measures of Dispersion
Chapter 6: Probability Theory and Probability Distributions
Chapter 7: Point Estimation and Confidence Intervals
Chapter 8: From Estimation to Statistical Test: Hypothesis Testing for One
Chapter 9: Data Analysis With Teo Categorical Variables: The Chi-Square Test and Measures of Association
Chapter 10: Hypothesis Tests Involving Two Population Means or Proportions

Chapter 11: Hypothesis Tests Involving Three or More Population Means: Analysis of Variance

Chapter 12: Bivariate Correlation and Regression

Chapter 13: Multivariate Methods: Partial Tables and Multiple Regression

Chapter 14: Regression Analysis with a Dichotomous Dependent Variable: Logit and Probit Models

Appendix A: Review of Basic Mathematical Operation
Appendix B: Statistical Tables
Appendix C: An Introduction to SPSS
Appendix D: Codebooks to Data Sets

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Criminal statistics