Psychology Express: Statistics in Psychology Catherine Steele
By: Steele, Catherine.Material type: BookPublisher: Noida: Pearson India, 2012ISBN: 9789332516892.Subject(s): Psychology--Statistical methods | Statistical analysisDDC classification: 150.151
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