Preface Chapter 1: The Basics Chapter 2: Entering and Saving DataChapter 3: Modifying Data in the Data EditorChapter 4: Defining Variables' PropertiesChapter 5: The SPSS Statistics ViewerChapter 6: Graphing Data with the Chart Builder Chapter 7: Data Transformation and Case Selection Chapter 8: The Frequencies ProcedureChapter 9: Other Procedures for Obtaining Descriptive MeasuresChapter 10: Bivariate Correlation and RegressionChapter 11: Multiple Regression and CorrelationChapter 12: Chi-Square Tests of Independence and Goodness-of-FitChapter 13: One and Two Sample T-TestsChapter 14: One-Way Analysis of VarianceChapter 15: Two-Way and Higher Order Analyses of VarianceChapter 16: Within-Subjects ANOVAS Chapter 17: Nonparametric or Distribution Free TestsChapter 18: Exploratory Factor AnalysisChapter 19: Discriminant AnalysisAppendix A: Using the Chart Editor to Insert a Reference Line and Data LabelsAppendix B: Using the Chart Editor to Add a Title to the X-AxisAppendix C: Using Codebook to Obtain an Overview of the Variables in a Data FileReferencesIndex
Leonard Stern teaches courses in statistics, research methods, and human memory in the Department of Psychology at Eastern Washington Unversity. He received a B.A. in chemistry from Colby College, an M.A. from the University of Oregon in interdisciplinary studies, and an M. A. and Ph.D. in experimental psychology from the University of Oregon. He is the author of a text book on memory and one describing use of a software package to perform psychology experiments using computers. One of his current areas of interest is circumstances under which false memory occurs.