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by Michael Cowles

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Author:
Michael Cowles
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978-0805835106
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0805835105
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Psychology Press; 2 edition (December 3, 2000)
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Книга Statistics in Psychology: An Historical Perspective Statistics in Psychology: An Historical Perspective Книги Психология, философия Автор: Michael Cowles Год издания: 2000 Формат: pdf Издат.

Written for psychology, as well as other social science students, this book introduces the major personalities and their roles in the development of the field

Statistics in Psychology: An Historical Perspective.

Indeed, because the study of variability is, as he points out in his opening sentence, a central concern of the life sciences, and also because he provides few concrete examples from psychology itself, his book will be of interest to anyone who uses statistics in their work. Journal of History of the Neurosciences. Statistics in Psychology: An Historical Perspective.

Cultural-historical psychology is a branch of avant-garde and futuristic psychological theory and practice of the "science of Superman" associated with Lev Vygotsky and Alexander Luria and their Circle, who initiated it in the mid-1920s-193.

Cultural-historical psychology is a branch of avant-garde and futuristic psychological theory and practice of the "science of Superman" associated with Lev Vygotsky and Alexander Luria and their Circle, who initiated it in the mid-1920s-1930s. The phrase psychology" never occurs in the writings of Vygotsky, and was subsequently ascribed to him by his critics and followers alike, yet it is under this title that this intellectual movement is now widely known

2 nd ed. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references (. andindex.

Written for psychology, as well as other social science students, this book introduces the major personalities and their roles in the development of the field

Written for psychology, as well as other social science students, this book introduces the major personalities and their roles in the development of the field.

This book presents an historical overview of the field--from its development to the present--at an accessible mathematical level. This edition features two new chapters--one on factor analysis and the other on the rise of ANOVA usage in psychological research. Written for psychology, as well as other social science students, this book introduces the major personalities and their roles in the development of the field. It provides insight into the disciplines of statistics and experimental design through the examination of the character of its founders and the nature of their views, which were sometimes personal and ideological, rather than objective and scientific. It motivates further study by illustrating the human component of this field, adding dimension to an area that is typically very technical. Intended for advanced undergraduate and/or graduate students in psychology and other social sciences, this book will also be of interest to instructors and/or researchers interested in the origins of this omnipresent discipline.