Table of contents for Fundamentals of statistical reasoning in education / Theodore Coladarci ... [et al.].


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Chapter 1: Introduction.  
  PART ONE: DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS.  
  Chapter 2: Frequency Distributions.  
  Chapter 3: Graphic Representation.  
  Chapter 4: Central Tendency.  
  Chapter 5: Variability.  
  Chapter 6: Normal Distribution and Standard Scores.  
  Chapter 7: Correlation.  
  Chapter 8: Regression and Prediction.  
  PART TWO: INFERENTIAL STATISTICS.  
  Chapter 9: Probability and Probability Distributions.  
  Chapter 10: Sampling Distributions.  
  Chapter 11: Testing Statistical Hypotheses About m When s is Known: The One-Sample Z Test.  
  Chapter 12: Estimation.  
  Chapter 13: Testing Statistical Hypotheses About m When s is Not Known: The One-Sample t Test.  
  Chapter 14: Comparing the Means of Two Populations: Independent Samples.  
  Chapter 15: Comparing the Means of Dependent Samples.  
  Chapter 16: Comparing the Means of Three or More Independent Samples: One-Way Analysis of Variance.  
  Chapter 17: Inferences About Pearson Correlation Coefficient.  
  Chapter 18: Making Inferences From Frequency Data.  
  References.  
  Appendix A: Review of Basic Mathematics.  
  Appendix B: Answers to Selected End-of-Chapter Problems.  
  Appendix C: Statistical Tables.  
  Index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Educational statistics