Answering Questions with Data: Introductory Statistics for Psychology Students

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Description: This is a free, copiable, set of open-educational resources (OER) for introductory statistics for undergraduate psychology majors. The project includes source code for the textbook, lab manual, and course website.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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This project contains the source code for compiling the textbook, lab manual, and course website for "Answering Questions with Data: Introductory Statistics for Psychology Students". Current versions of these resources can be viewed here: Textbook: https://crumplab.github.io/statistics Lab manual (for R, SPSS, Excel ,and Jamovi): https://crumplab.github.io/statisticsLab Course website: https://cru...

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  • Answering Questions with Data (Textbook): Introductory Statistics for Psychology Students

    Crump, Navarro & Suzuki
    Source code for compiling the textbook in R Markdown

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