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Psychology and Life

By Floyd L. Ruch

Scott, Foresman and Company, 1963. First edition. Hardcover. AsNew. 20 x 24 cm. Printed Pages: 758. NA


Meditative Therapy: Facilitating Inner-Directed Healing

By Michael L. Emmons,Janet Emmons

Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 2002. Softcover. New. Meditative Therapy (MT) is an inner-directed, therapeutic approach which facilitates a natural altered state of consciousness, allowing Inner Source to engage in a holistic self-unifying and self-healing process. It represents a synthesis of two powerful healing disciplines: meditation and psychotherapy. The book offers the professional therapist a full description of the procedures that facilitate inner-directed healing and thoroughly explains the therapist`s role in guiding clients` growth psychologically, physiologically and spiritually. Printed Pages: 0. NA


Innovations in Feminist Psychological Research
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Innovations in Feminist Psychological Research

By Ellen B. Kimmel & Mary Crawford (Eds)

Cambridge University Press, 1999. First edition. Softcover. New. What are the best ways to do research on the psychology of women and gender? This volume illustrates a variety of innovative approaches to knowledge, applying them to diverse issues: violence against girls and women, sexuality, life patterns, educating against sexism and more. Moreover, it explores the role of personal values and social forces on the research process. Over 60 international contributors and a comprehensive resource guide make this an essential resource for researchers and educators. Contents Sample chapters include: Dimensions of desire: bridging qualitative and quantitative methods in a study of female adolescent sexuality Deborah L. Tolman and Laura A. Szalacha Concept mapping as a feminist research method: examining the community response to rape Rebecca Campbell and Deborah A. Salem Reflections on a feminist research project: subjectivity and the wish for intimacy and equality Frances K. Grossman, Lou-Marie Kruger and Roslin P. Moore Batterers` experiences of being violent: a phenomenological study Ronda Redden Reitz Exploring a Teaching/Research Nexus as a possible site for feminist methodological innovation in psychology Ann Weatherall Women’s perspectives on feminism: a Q-methodological study Susan J. Snelling Negotiating the life narrative: a dialogue with an African American social worker Rosario Ceballo Subject to romance: heterosexual passivity as an obstacle to women initiating condom use Nicola Gavey and Kathryn McPhillips Hearing voices: the uses of research and the politics of change Glenda M. Russell and Janis S. Bohan Innovative methods: resources for research, publishing and teaching Mary Gergen, Joan C. Chrisler and Alice LoCicero. Printed Pages: 472. Innovations in Feminist Psychological ResearchEllen B. Kimmel & Mary Crawford (Eds)9780521786409


Psychology in India Revisited Developments in the Discipline: Applied Social and Organizational Psychology, Volume 3
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Psychology in India Revisited Developments in the Discipline: Applied Social and Organizational Psychology, Volume 3

By Janak Pandey (Ed.)

Sage Publications, 2004. Hardcover. New. Psychology in India Revisited, a three volume set, constitutes a comprehensive review of recent Indian research on psychology. This review reflects the diversity of current research interests and critically evaluates the extent to which the discipline of psychology has been responsive to the Indian sociocultural reality. Divided thematically, the three volumes provide a focused treatment of a broad range of topics of theoretical, conceptual and methodological importance as also of empirical topicality. The focus of this, the third volume, is on basic and applied social-psychological research. It provides an in-depth analysis of a number of critical areas important to an understanding of social organizational processes. Printed Pages: 396. NA


Child Psychology

By Rachana Sharma,Ram Nath Sharma

Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2006. Hardcover. New. All modern psychologists hold that every individual should have, at least, little acquaintance with Child Psychology as it helps in solving children`s problem all the better. Child psychology is in fact a composite and comprehensive study of children. The present book Child Psychology has added a new dimension to the vast knowledge of the subject. It introduces various stages of child development right from the conception to the adolescence. Its scope encompasses child`s conative, affective and cognitive aspects as well as behaviour. It analyses the impacts of environment and heredity on child`s development. In addition, it highlights the scientific underpinning of child psychology and forms a contextual approach. The other major areas covered by the book are Response Mechanism, Motor Development, Sexual Development, Moral and Aesthetic Development, Learning and Sense Training, Thinking and Reasoning, Personality, Delinquency, Psychological Testing and many more. The present book can be rightly held as an ideal textbook on the subject, covering syllabi of majority of the Indian Universities. The standard books of the West are no doubt referred to, but the examples for elucidation and elaboration have been given here in the context of Indian conditions. While the presentation of the subject matter is analytic, the language of the book is free of jargons and easily accessible to the average readers also. Child Psychology will undoubtedly prove useful to the students as well as teachers of the subject. For the general readers, it is an ideal means of acquainting with child`s general problems and their effective solutions. Printed Pages: 448. Child PsychologyRachana Sharma,Ram Nath Sharma9788126901708


Positive Psychology

By Sunil Kumar & S.B. Yadava (Eds)

Global Vision Publishing House, 2011. Hardcover. New. The primary objective of the book is to draw the attention of researchers towards this unexplored field of positive psychology. We hope that the book will motivate the researchers to make new research proposals to explore the multidimensional field of positive psychology. This book covers the research work in six major areas of positive psychology. In Part I titled “Introduction to Positive Psychology” we have introduced the growing field of Positive Psychology highlighting the nature of Positive Psychology. There are two chapters in this part. Chapter 2 describes the making of positive psychology with a historical and pedagogical point of view. In Part II titled “Emotional Intelligence and Positive Psychology” various research papers are included which have shown the emotional aspects of positive psychology with emphasis on emotional intelligence and various socio-cultural aspects. There are five chapters in this part. Contents Foreword (v) Preface (vii) About the Contributors (ix) Part—I: Introduction to Positive Psychology 1. Introduction to Positive Psychology 3 Sunil Kumar and S.B. Yadav 2. Making of a Positive Psychology: A Historic, Philosophic and Pedagogic Scrutiny 9 Umesh L. Bharte Part—II: Emotional Intelligence and Positive Psychology 3. A Study of Relationship of Emotional Intelligence with Normal and Clinical Personality Factors 23 Prerna Puri and Nidhi Purohit 4. Culture: An Integral Component for Emotional Intelligence Assessment 29 Vinod K. Shanwal and Gurpreet Kaur 5. Emotional Intelligence: Application, Analysis and Argument 37 Pradeep Kautish 6. Factors Affecting Emotional Intelligence: An Empirical Study for Small Scale Industries in Puducherry State 55 R. Kayatry Sabittha and N. Panchanatham 7. Effect of Yoga Practice on Personality, Emotional and Behavioural Problems 69 D.V. Venu Gopal, B.S.S Mandal and K. Parimala Part—III: Organization, Management and Positive Psychology 8. Positive Emotions in Organization 79 Richa Choudhary, Sugandh Dixit, Surbhi Sikka and Suyasha Saha 9. Positive Psychology: Bridging the Gap to Employee Engagement and Improved Performance 99 Lovy Sarikwal 10. Building Teams in Software Organisations 113 P. Surjith Kumar and N. Panchanatham 11. An Analysis of Satisfying Factors among Faculties in Post Graduation Colleges - A Study with Reference to PG Colleges in NCR 123 Vijit Chaturvedi and Sudhir Agrawal 12. Awareness of Quality Management in Higher Education 129 S. Aravind, Fisseha Girmay and Hailay Gebretinsae 13. Management by Intuition 139 Rohit Puri 14. Employee Commitment: A Conceptual Framwork 147 Monika Bhati Part—IV: Psychological Well-Being and Positive Psychology 15. Occupational Stress and Diverse Coping Behaviour: A Study on Management Trainees 159 Sunil Kumar and Yashpal Kaur Rooprai 16. Depression– The‘Having the Blues’ Syndrome: Analysis of Behaviour and Treatment during Depression 167 Asha Nagendra, Gaurav Bhardwaj,and Mrinal Kant 17. Management of Role Conflict among Female Doctors 177 Sarita and Vinod K Shanwal 18. Techniques for Managing Stress 185 Anjana Sharma 19. Well-being and Gynec Problems among Adolescent Girls 191 N.V.V.S. Narayana 20. Stress Management 203 Shyam Lata Juyal and Nidhi Sharma 21. Exploring the Transformative Nature of Music in the Context of Hindustani Music Tradition 211 Durgesh K. Upadhyay 22. Emotional and Behavioural Problems among Young Adults: A Study on Andhra University Students 217 K. Srinivasa Rao and V. Hari Lakshmi Part—V: Self, Character, Success and Positive Psychology 23. Gender Differences in Evaluation of Character among Adolescents 227 Ravinder Yadav and Sunil Kumar 24. Six Factor Printed Pages: 348. Positive PsychologySunil Kumar & S.B. Yadava (Eds)9788182204140


Manovigyaan Shiksha Evam Anya Saamaajik Vigyaanon Mein Samkhyikee (In Hindi)

By Muhammad Suleman

Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 2016. 5th or later edition. Softcover. New. 14 x 22 cm. Printed Pages: 447. NA


Invincible Thinking: There is no Such Thing as Defeat

By Ryuho Okawa

Jaico Publishing House, 2008. First edition. Softcover. New. Life can be compared to the construction of a tunnel; it seems we are often obstructed by solid rock. Invincible thinking works as the powerful drill to break through this rocks. When we practice this way of thinking, we will never feel defeat in our lives. Invincible thinking is based on practical theories and it bridges the ideas of self-reflection and progress. By reading, savoring and practicing the philosophy in this book, and using it as your own power, you will be able to declare that there is no such thing as defeat—only success. Printed Pages: 168. NA


Fundamental of Educational Psychology

By Muralidhar Dash

Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2003. Softcover. New. This book has been designed with up-to-date facts, tables, figures and charts for use by students of B.Ed., M.Ed. and M.A. (Education) of various Indian universities. The distinguishing features of this book are lucidity of language, systematic presentation of facts and citation of recent findings of research at national and international levels. In addition to traditional areas of study, certain themes which are very rarely found in other Indian books have been discussed in this book. These themes which make this book different from other Indian books are: behaviour problems at different stages, development of language, needs and problems of adolescents, adolescent gifted, adolescent slow learners, principles of learning, how children learn, mastery learning, core teaching skills, functional autonomy of motives, maladjustment, frustration and conflict, current approaches to teaching and learning (views of Gagne, Ausubel, Bandura and Bruner), organizational climate, leadership styles, ecology of education, stress management and inclusive education. A quick look at any of the twenty-three chapters of the book will indicate the originality of the authors in organising ideas culled from many different sources, both traditional and modern. It is a need-based book meant for students and beginner teachers. 1. CONCEPT OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY—Meaning and Nature of Educational Psychology, Scope of Educational Psychology, Aims of Educational Psychology, Relevance of Educational Psychology for the Teachers, Selected Questions—2. METHODS OF STUDYING LEARNER`S BEHAVIOUR—The Case-Study Method The Observation Method The Experimental Method The Survey Method The Interview Method Selected Questions—3. SCHOOLS OF PSYCHOLOGY—Psychoanalysis Behaviourism Gestalt School Lewin`s Field Theory Hormic School Selected Questions—4. GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT—Meaning of Growth and Development Principles of Growth and Development Stages of Development Developmental Tasks Factors Influencing Development, Importance of Studying Growth and Development Selected Questions—5. PHYSICAL GROWTH—Infancy, Pre-school Years Childhood Adolescence Educational Significance Selected Questions—6. EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT—Meaning of Emotion, Nature of Emotion, Development of Emotional Behaviour, Some Emotional Reactions, Educational Programmes for Emotionally, Disturbed Children Selected Questions—7. COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT (PIAGET`S VIEW)—What is Cognitive Development? Stages of Cognitive Development Educational Implications of Sensorimotor and, Pre-operational Periods Educational Implications of Concrete Operational, and Formal Operational periods Selected Questions—8. DEVELOPMENT OF LANGUAGE AND PLAY—Language Development, Play, Selected Questions—9. SOCIAL AND MORAL DEVELOPMENT—Meaning of Social and Moral Development Social Development during Infancy Social Development during Pre-school Years Social Development during Childhood, Social Development during Adolescence, Moral Development at Different Stages, Infancy, Pre-school Years and Childhood, Adolescence, Duties and Responsibilities of Parents and Teachers, Selected Questions—1. BEHAVIOUR PROBLEMS AT DIFFERENT STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT—What is Behaviour Problem? Examples of Some Behaviour Problems Causes of Behaviour Problem Remedial Measures Selected Questions—11. ADOLESCENCE DEVELOPMENT—What is Adolescence?, Characteristics of Adolescence, Growth and Development during Adolescence, Basic Needs and Problems of Adolescents, Factors Influencing Adolescent`s Development and Adjustment at Home and School, Role of the Teacher The Gifted Adolescent The Adolescent Slow Learners Selected Questions—12. INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES—Meaning, Nature and Types, Areas of Individual Differences, Significance of the Study of Individual Differences, Causes of Individual Differences, Educational Provisions for meeting Individual Printed Pages: 440. NA


Children with Developmental Disabilities: A Training Guide for Parents, Teachers and Caregivers
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Children with Developmental Disabilities: A Training Guide for Parents, Teachers and Caregivers

By S. Venkatesan

Sage Publications, 2004. First edition. Softcover. New. This manual is designed as a guide for parents, teachers and caregivers dealing with children up to the age of six who are afflicted by developmental disabilities. The author provides details of more than 400 non-formal activities along with guidelines on how to use them both at home and in pre-school settings. The book is divided into three sections: - the first describes a wide range of impairments, disabilities and handicaps along with information on their manifestations and characteristics. The author also outlines steps to handle negative or problem behaviour during training. - the next section presents a Comprehensive Activity Checklist for pre-school children. All items have been empirically tested and are located on a scale of increasing difficulty. - the third section comprises two chapters. The first is a `do-it-yourself` activity assistance guide which will be of immense use to trainers, caregivers, teachers and parents. In the last chapter, Dr Venkatesan discusses contemporary problems and issues related to the rights and privileges of persons with developmental disabilities in India. Printed Pages: 260. NA


Objective Plant Physiology: MCQ in Plant Physiology

By Padmanabh Dwivedi,Prasann Kumar

Scientific Publishers, 2013. Paperback. New. The present book has been written to meet the specific needs of candidates appearing in Agriculture Research Service, CSIR, TIFR/NCBS, IISc (Bangalore), GATE, IIT-JAM, JRF, SRF and Biology Olympiads and other competitive examinations. A large number of mind-boggling questions of advance levels are presented. Objective Plant Physiology is an exclusive fundamental search based collection of multiple choice questions prepared for students mainly to help them revise, consolidate and improve their knowledge and skills. This book is an attempt to provide concise yet comprehensive coverage of a true concept and application based questions to develop in-depth understanding of the subject. The book comprises of twenty eight chapters covering different aspects of plant physiology containing more than 2000 questions accompanied with their answers at the end of the book. Printed Pages: 310. NA


A History of Psychology: Main Currents in Psychological (Sixth Edition)

By Thomas Hardy Leahey

Pearson Education, 2004. 5th or later edition. Softcover. New. This narrative history of psychology from the ancient Greeks through the present focuses on the main philosophical themes that have guided thinking in psychology, while carefully considering the subject in its religious, social, and literary contexts. Printed Pages: 598. NA


Manovigyan: Manav Vyavhar Ka Adhyyan (In Hindi)

By B.K. Mishra

PHI Learning. First edition. Softcover. New. The book of human nature and behavior related to various aspects Sanpratyyoan, principles, procedures and complications is a detailed description of | the solution of practical problems of human life presents | The analysis of psychological factors and modern psychological studies have been It is also incorporated | subject matter in this book to make the Sargharrhita and interesting pictures and tables are also given and daily life lessons and covers the Prasango | Indian university psychology subject B presented book. A. (Hons) and MA. Students of the course is written keeping in mind | Also, the Union and State Public Service Commissions are covered through competitive exams Hindi candidates will prove extremely useful for | it U. Yes. C. Examination of the Net is useful for candidates | CONTENTS: Subject List: Part A: Scientific Study of Psychology - Subject Access | historical perspective of modern psychology | Psychology Study Methods | Part B: Behavior of the biological (physical) basis - the nerve fiber | Part C: to know your world - human behavior socio - cultural foundation | sensory processes and Amanohotiqui | terms and other procedures Sanvedika | demonstrations Procedures | Awdhanatmk Procedures | Part D: scrape by teaching practice - practice learning or learning scrape | learning theory and its various side | Part e: Higher mental cognitive processes | Smrati processes: memory and forgetfulness | symbolic process: musings | Part F: Kriawrittika process - Kriawrittika side behavior: motivation | Part six emotional process - affective processes - emotion and momentum | Part H: individual differences - individual variation: IQ | Individual differences: personality | Parybhashiq Ashbdaoliaan | Catalog | Subject Index | Printed Pages: 0. Manovigyan: Manav Vyavhar Ka Adhyyan (In Hindi)B.K. Mishra9788120338470


Handbook of Applied Psychology

By K.S. Moorthi

Cyber Tech Publications, 2012. Hardcover. New. Printed Pages: 304. Handbook of Applied PsychologyK.S. Moorthi9788178849621


Determinants of Fertility

By D. Sai Sujatha

Serials Publications, 2012. Hardcover. New. Demographers all over the world did a lot of research on the Fertility behaviour. However, in India research on micro level fertility studies of certain communities are in scares. Only few studies are focused on different castes, religious groups and tribals. Each of these communities has its own socio-cultural and religious factors which have significant influence on the fertility behaivour. Among these communities Brahmins have differential fertility due to complex traditional and cultural practices. Printed Pages: 209. NA


Home Management and Family Finance

By Veena Gandotra,Maneesha Shukul

Dominant Publishers & Distributors Pvt Ltd India, 2006. Hardcover. New. Printed Pages: 0. NA


Advanced Applied Psychology, Volume 2

By Rachana Sharma,Ram Nath Sharma

Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2004. Hardcover. New. Advanced Applied Psychology is the most important branch of Psychology encompassing applications of psychological knowledge in all areas of psychology. Though several books are available on Applied Psychology, there is hardly any book covering the entire spectrum of psychology applied to various areas of life. This book entitled Advanced Applied Psychology has been designed to fill up this gap. Published in two volumes, Volume I deals with Psychology Applied to Education, Human Development and Psychological Disorders, while Volume II covers Psychology Applied to Crime, Society and Industry. Within the scope of these two volumes the book covers the courses of all the Indian Universities for undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in Psychology. Written in simple language, with examples drawn from Indian life, presenting authentic material with latest data and explaining the subject matter through central, side and running headings, this book is a must on the desk of every teacher and student of psychology. The book will also be a major source of information for professional practitioners and researchers in the domain of psychology. Printed Pages: 304. Advanced Applied Psychology, Volume 2Rachana Sharma,Ram Nath Sharma9788126903559


Abnormal Psychology

By Rachana Sharma

Atlantic Publication & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2003. Softcover. New. There is hardly a field so vital and changing as abnormal psychology. This classic textbook deals with a comprehensive and up-to-date real-world overview of the subject of abnormal psychology. The book highlights the basic concepts of the subject with lucid writing style and superior pedagogy. A number of books have been written by authors in the West on Abnormal Psychology. These books, while presenting the principles of the subject, explain it mostly with the examples drawn from their own environment. Though psychology is based upon universal principles, its understanding requires assimilation of its principles with reference to the local environment. In this book an attempt has been made to present the principles of abnormal psychology in the context of Indian circumstances. The aim of the present study is to provide the undergraduate and postgraduate students with an ideal textbook of Abnormal Psychology. Efforts have been made to cover the syllabi of almost all the Indian Universities. However, all unnecessary details have been scrupulously avoided so that the book may not become unnecessarily bulky. Analytical and pedagogical methods of presentation have been followed to explain the subject matter and holistic approach has been adopted to conclude the controversial matters. At the end of each chapter, questions for exercise drawn from latest question papers of different universities have been given. 1. Introductory–Kinds of Abnormal Behaviour, Scope of Abnormal Psychology, Value of Abnormal Psychology, Abnormal Psychology and Psychiatry, Abnormal Psychology and General Psychology, Abnormal Psychology and Education, Abnormal Psychology and Law; 2. Methods of Abnormal Psychology–Case History Method, Example of A Case History, Limitations of Case History Method, Observation Method, Steps in Observation Method, Limitations of Observation Method; 3. Normal and Abnormal–Characteristics of Normality, Traits of Abnormal Personality, Criteria of Abnormality, Main forms of Abnormality; 4. Historical Development of Abnormal Psychology–Torture of Mental Patients, Development of Psychiatry, Kinds of Mental Diseases, Humane Behaviour towards the insane, Clinical Psychology from Mesmer to Jung, Propagation of Hypnotism in England, Contribution of the Nanci School, Charcot’s Paris School, Alfred Binet; 5. Freud and Psychoanalysis–Freud’s contribution to Psychology, Structure of Human Psyche, The Id, the Ego, The Super-Ego, Infant, Sexuality, Stages in the Development of Sex Instinct, Interpretation of Dreams, Theory of Psychosexual Genesis, Psychopathology of Everyday Life, Draw-backs of Freudian Theory, Individual Psychology and Adler, Analytical Psychology and Jung, Freud and Jung : Comparison and Contrast; 6. Motivation–Characteristics of Motivated Behaviour, Varieties of Motives, Specific Organic needs, Less spacific Organic needs, Other Psychogenic Motives, Comparative Importance of Motive, Over-development of Motives, Under-development of Motives, Conditioning of Motives, Integration of Motives; 7. The Unconscious–Proofs of Unconscious, Search for the Unconscious, Views of Freud and Jung, Importance of Unconscious, Phases of Mental Life; 8. Adjustment–Meaning of Adjustment, Elements of Adjustment, Motive and Adjustment, Thwarting in Adjustment, Maladjusted Reactions, Criteria of Personality Adjustment, Methods of Adjustment, Frustration : Meaning and Reactions, Mental Mechanism, Sources of Frustration; 9. Defence Mechanisms–What are Mental Mechanisms? Types of Mental Mechanisms, Fantasy, Compensation, Identification, Projection, Rationalisation, Withdrawal, Selective Forgetting, Inhibition, Negativism, Sublimation, Reality Evasion, Displacement, Defensive and Escapist Mechanisms; 1. Mental Symptoms–Delusion : Meaning and Kinds, Hallucination: Meaning, Causes and Kinds, Regression : Meaning and Causes, Disord Printed Pages: 392. NA


The Rays and Esoteric Psychology

Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 2002. Softcover. New. Esoteric psychology is primarily concerned with the soul, or self, which is the ensouling entity or integrating principle within the physcial form. This book focuses on the process in which the personality becomes integrated with and dominated by the soul. It makes you aware that the soul has a particular quality of energy, known as ""ray"". It is an easy-to-understand guidebook to self-observation, subjective guidance,character building, emotional purification, meditation and service. Further it will help the modern readers to integrate the energy rays of the personality with the soul. Printed Pages: 149. NA


Statistics in Psychology and Education, Second Edition

By S.K. Mangal

PHI Learning, 2010. 2nd edition. Softcover. New. This extensively revised and fully updated second edition is designed as a textbook for M.A. (Education), M.Ed., M.A. (Psychology and Sociology) and for research students pursuing courses in Statistics related to these subjects. It takes into account the present syllabi of various universities and institutes of education across the country. What`s New to the Second Edition : * Six new chapters added with empha-sis on advanced statistical concepts and techniques such as the following : - Biserial correlation, point biserial correlation, tetrachoric correlation, phi coefficient, partial and multiple correlation. - Transfer of raw scores into standard scores, T, C and Stanine scores. - Non-parametric tests like the McNemar test, Sign test, Wilcoxon test, Median test, U test, Runs test, and KS test. - Analysis of covariance. * Some chapters modified and reshuffled to reflect the new emphasis. * Entire text thoroughly checked and marked improvements made to bring the topics uptodate. CONTENTS: Preface. Preface to the First Edition. Statistics-Meaning and Use. Organization of Data. Graphical Representation of Data. Measures of Central Tendency. Percentiles and Percentile Rank. Measures of Variability. Linear Correlation. The Normal Curve and its Applications. Significance of the Mean and Other Statistics. Significance of the Difference between Means. Chi Square and Contingency Coefficient. Further Methods of Correlations. Partial and Multiple Correlation. Regression and Prediction. Scores Transformation. Non-Parametric Tests. Analysis of Variance. Analysis of Covariance. Answers. Appendices. Bibliography. Index. Printed Pages: 428. NA


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