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Your A to Z of Research Methods and Statistics in Psychology Made Simple

Barbara Kingsley and Julia Robertson

September 2020

ISBN: 9780198812944

120 pages

In Stock

Price: £14.99

Your quick reference for research methods and statistics terminology, created to support your studies in psychology and aid your revision.



A friendly and accessible guide to psychological research methods, Your A to Z of Research Methods and Statistics in Psychology is the perfect companion to your core research methods textbook. This clear and extensive A to Z covers all the key terms and concepts you need to navigate methods and statistics in psychology with ease.

  • A friendly and accessible, one-of-a-kind A to Z guide to research methods and statistics in psychology.
  • Covers all the key terms and concepts in psychology that you need for a solid grounding in quantitative and qualitative methods.
  • Presents a selection of helpful student tips, research examples, and eye-catching figures.
  • Includes a comprehensive decision chart to help you choose the right statistical test for your analysis.
  • Concludes with a range of essential tables for your reference.
  • Also available as an e-book with functionality, navigation features, and links that offer extra learning support

About the Author(s)

Barbara Kingsley, Buckinghamshire New University, and Julia Robertson, Buckinghamshire New University

Barbara Kingsley, a Cognitive Psychologist, and Julia Robertson, an Evolutionary Psychologist, are both Senior Lecturers in Psychology at Buckinghamshire New University where they lecture in research methods and statistics. Both authors, as active researchers, take a keen interest in the issues surrounding teaching research methods in Higher Education and have co-authored papers published in Psychology Teaching Review and Psychology Teaching and Learning.


"Without a doubt, this is the handy guide that students have been looking for. " - Dr Susanna Kola-Palmer, University of Huddersfield