Inside front cover3 decision trees 1Getting started with SPSS Statistics 2Working with data 3Summarising and displaying data 4One sample t Test 5Independent samples t Test 6Paired samples t Test 7One-way between groups ANOVA 8Factorial between groups ANOVA 9One-way repeated measures ANOVA and Mixed Model ANOVA 10One-way analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) 11Multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA) 12Correlation 13Multiple regression 14Logistic regression 15Factor analysis 16Reliability analysis 17Non-parametric procedures 18 Working with syntax
Dr Kellie Bennett is an Associate Professor and Head of the Behavioural Science Unit in the School of Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences at the University of Western Australia. Kellie lectures in the medical and dental programmes and supervises postgraduate students. In the past, Kellie has provided statistical advice for a number of large research projects. Kellie's main research interests include psychological aspects of mental health, communication, developmental consequences of substance use, complementary and integrative therapies, and related statistical analysis and research methodology. Dr Brody Heritage is in the School of Psychology and Exercise Science at Murdoch University in Perth, Western Australia. Brody teaches in the areas of organisational psychology, individual differences, and quantitative research design and analysis. Brody's main research interests include the measurement properties of psychology-based instruments, scale development and refinement, and resilience and turnover within allied health professions. Dr Peter Allen is Lecturer in the School of Experimental Psychology at the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom. He was formerly a lecturer at Curtin University where he taught research methods and statistics to undergraduate students, working with them to solve problems and answer practical questions using IBM SPSS Statistics. Peter's main areas of research interest are online behaviour, online research methods, and research methods pedagogy.