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Psychological statistics

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Psychological statistics

Psychological statistics is the application of formulas, theorems, numbers and laws to psychology. Some of the more common applications include:

  1. psychometrics
  2. learning theory
  3. perception
  4. human development
  5. abnormal psychology
  6. Personality test
  7. psychological tests

Some of the more commonly used statistical tests in psychology are:

Parametric tests

Non-parametric tests

See also


  • Cohen, B.H. (2007) Explaining Psychological Statistics, 3rd Edition, Wiley. ISBN 978-0-470-00718-1
  • Howell, D. (2009) Statistical Methods for Psychology, International Edition, Wadsworth. ISBN 0-495-59785-6

External links

  • Charles McCreery’s tutorials on chi-square, probability and Bayes’ theorem for Oxford University psychology students
  • Matthew Rockloff's tutorials on t-tests, correlation and ANOVA

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