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Understanding Statistics in the Behavioral Sciences by Robert R. Pagano (2012-01-01)

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  • By Aluerik on March 28, 2013

    If this is a class that is needed for graduation, then this is a good one. It accurately describes formulas to the extent that often I refer to the book over what the professor is speaking. Too frequently the prof can deviate from the actual material that a good sense of grounding is needed. Pagano effortlessly provides this backbone from which to base all statistics.I can only speak from a psychology student's perspective, but despite my loathing for statistics, I still find this book somewhat endearing (as far as textbooks go). There are several sections that I would not have been able to pass had it not been for this books descriptions and breakdowns of problems and examples.Though I wish there were more problems per chapter (at the end of the chapter questions and practice problems), this book provides a comprehensive introduction into statistics.

  • By Guest on July 30, 2017

    It's an okay book, didn't help me much with the class though. There were some mathematical errors printed within it, so if you rely solely on this textbook without any further guidance from your instructor, be in for a wake-up call.

  • By B. Pitt on December 21, 2008

    Statistics can be a very abstract topic and Statisticians speak in a language all their own. This book was the assigned text for my graduate level statistics class. Pagano, at times, speaks an English language we all can understand and uses real-world examples for many of the topics covered in the book. Still, I would not recommend trying to understand this book or its subject matter without actually being enrolled in statistics course, but it is a very good text for statistics students, even those without strong math backgrounds, to understand.

  • By She on August 21, 2015


  • By Timothy Peacock on September 21, 2017

    Rented very good reference guide. saved me a bundle, Love amazon for text books

  • By Suez on January 24, 2017

    Daughter's text. No complaints.

  • By J. Wright on February 3, 2010

    Everything in this book is explained so well. EVERYTHING! What a great job with this book! Well done. I was sweating bullets taking this class and I understand the book easier than my teacher often times. (I have a really good teacher too!) I hate math, and I am confident I will do well in this class with this book. Thank you so much Robert. You rock!

  • By Kelly Krabbe on June 6, 2016

    Well first of all it wasn't a hardcover as described. Second, it was the University of Maryland edition not the picture shown. That was a fun surprise to get in the mail. Regardless the three hole punched version of the textbook seems to be doing the trick. By the way, I have scanned the contents, anyone want to buy my book?

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