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Contributions to Correlational Analysis

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Contributions to Correlational Analysis provides information pertinent to the fundamental aspects of correlational analysis that can be used to replace and enhance many of the parametric and nonparametric inferential statistical tests. This book discusses the basic concern of correctional analysis, which is the relationship between two sets of measure.

Organized into 18 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the nature of correction analysis. This text then explains the simple linear relationships in which explains the simple linear relationships in which Y and X each consists of some single measurement per person and the relationship is assumed to be linear. Other chapters consider basic ways of expanding the process to include more or different measurements of either X or Y but with no attempt to find the best functions. This book discusses as well the topic of factor analysis. The final chapter deals with canonical correlation.

This book is a valuable resource for psychologists.

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