*Social Statistics*

* Social Statistics* is an introductory text that will help you apply methods from statistics to problems in social sciences. It is recommended that you familiarize yourself with those subjects before moving on to this book. Stylistically, it is written in American English and at an introductory university level.

## Table of ContentsEdit

- Introduction
- Chapter 1: An Introduction to Social Statistics
- Chapter 2: Linear Regression Models
- Chapter 3: Using Regression to Make Predictions
- Chapter 4: Means and Standard Deviations
- Chapter 5: The Role of Errors in Statistical Models
- Chapter 6: Statistical Inference Using the
*t*Statistic - Chapter 7: Introduction to Multiple Linear Regression
- Chapter 8: Standardized Coefficients
- Chapter 9: Regression Model Design
- Chapter 10: Multiple Categorical Predictors: ANOVA Models
- Chapter 11: Interaction Models

## Instructor ResourcesEdit

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- Noted Contributors
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