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17.1: Introduction to Wrapping Up

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    That’s it!  You’ve learned the what, how, and why of introductory behavioral statistics!  You’ve done so great to get so far!  Before you move on to your next class, there are a couple things that we’ll reinforce in this chapter. 

    The first thing that we’ll reinforce is how to decide which statistical test to run.  Then, you can practice interpreting reported results just like you would see a research article.  We’ll end by circling back to why you took this class in the first place. 

    Contributors and Attributions

    Dr. MO (Taft College)


    17.1: Introduction to Wrapping Up is shared under a CC BY-SA license and was authored, remixed, and/or curated by Michelle Oja.

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