Statistical Methods For Communication Science

Author: Andrew F. Hayes
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1135250898
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Statistical Methods for Communication Science is the only statistical methods volume currently available that focuses exclusively on statistics in communication research. Writing in a straightforward, personal style, author Andrew F. Hayes offers this accessible and thorough introduction to statistical methods, starting with the fundamentals of measurement and moving on to discuss such key topics as sampling procedures, probability, reliability, hypothesis testing, simple correlation and regression, and analyses of variance and covariance. Hayes takes readers through each topic with clear explanations and illustrations. He provides a multitude of examples, all set in the context of communication research, thus engaging readers directly and helping them to see the relevance and importance of statistics to the field of communication. Highlights of this text include: *thorough and balanced coverage of topics; *integration of classical methods with modern "resampling" approaches to inference; *consideration of practical, "real world" issues; *numerous examples and applications, all drawn from communication research; *up-to-date information, with examples justifying use of various techniques; and *a CD with macros, data sets, figures, and additional materials. This unique book can be used as a stand-alone classroom text, a supplement to traditional research methods texts, or a useful reference manual. It will be invaluable to students, faculty, researchers, and practitioners in communication, and it will serve to advance the understanding and use of statistical methods throughout the discipline.

Research And Statistical Methods In Communication Sciences And Disorders

Author: David L. Maxwell
Editor: Singular Publishing Group
ISBN: 9781401815677
Size: 13,81 MB
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This engaging new book provides comprehensive coverage of research methods as well as a foundation in statistical analysis vital for individuals in the communication sciences and disorders field. While most speech-language pathologists and audiologists pursue clinical practice rather than research careers, it is important to understand the scientific base that their clinical work is built upon. Successful evidence-based clinical practice is rooted in this understanding. Research and Statistical Methods in Communication Sciences and Disorders covers the principles of research design, data analysis, and presentation of findings necessary for individuals performing research as well as consumers of scientific literature. Filled with meaningful examples, written in readable language, and pertinent to both speech-language pathology and audiology, this resource provides the essential knowledge of scientific reasoning and methods for scientific inquiry necessary to perform and understand research.

Research Methods For Communication Science

Author: James H. Watt
Editor: Allyn & Bacon
ISBN: 9780205140268
Size: 16,72 MB
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A textbook for communications students that integrates the basic rules of science with the research procedures that follow those rules. Suitable for undergraduates and as a first research methods text for graduate students. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.

Research And Statistical Methods In Communication Disorders

Author: David L. Maxwell
Editor: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
ISBN: 9780683056556
Size: 10,22 MB
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A text for graduate students preparing for clinical practice and research in communication disorders, assuming no background in statistics and minimal mathematical sophistication. Covers the philosophical and logical foundations of scientific reasoning, research methods, and core statistical concepts, and provides a simplified schema for classifying nonexperimental and experimental research designs. Demonstrates step-by-step calculations of commonly used tests, discusses criteria for funding research, and offers outlines for reading and evaluating research articles and writing proposals. Includes chapter review tests and answers and a glossary. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

The Sage Sourcebook Of Advanced Data Analysis Methods For Communication Research

Author: Andrew F. Hayes
Editor: SAGE
ISBN: 1412927900
Size: 13,73 MB
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A must-have volume for every communication researcher’s library, The SAGE Sourcebook of Advanced Data Analysis Methods for Communication Research provides an introductory treatment of various advanced statistical methods applied to research in the field of communication. Written by authors who use these methods in their own research, each chapter gives a non-technical overview of what the method is and how it can be used to answer communication-related questions or aide the researcher dealing with difficult data problems. Students and faculty interested in diving into a new statistical topic—such as latent growth modeling, multilevel modeling, propensity scoring, or time series analysis—will find each chapter an excellent springboard for acquiring the background needed to jump into more advanced, technical readings.

Statistical Methods For Communication Researchers And Professionals

Author: Rene Weber, Ph.D. M.D.
Editor:
ISBN: 9781465212238
Size: 14,19 MB
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The Handbook Of Communication Science

Author: Charles R. Berger
Editor: SAGE
ISBN: 1412918138
Size: 18,83 MB
Format: PDF
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In 1987, publication of the Handbook of Communication Science signaled the "coming of age" for one of the most exciting interdisciplinary fields in the social sciences. With the 2nd edition of The Handbook of Communication Science almost twenty years later, editors Charles R. Berger and David Roskos-Ewoldsen bring together again a stellar cast of communication scholars to contribute to this volume. Opening chapters address the methods of research and the history of the field. In subsequent parts, the authors examine the levels of analysis in communication (individual to macrosocial), the functions of communication (such as socialization and persuasion), and the contexts in which communication occurs (such as couples, families, organizations, and mass media).

Communication Research Measures Ii

Author: Rebecca B. Rubin
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1135231443
Size: 20,57 MB
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Expanding and building on the measures included in the original 1994 volume, Communication Research Measures II: A Sourcebook provides new measures in mass, interpersonal, instructional, and group/organizational communication areas, and highlights work in newer subdisciplines in communication, including intercultural, family, and health. It also includes measures from outside the communication discipline that have been employed in communication research. The measures profiled here are "the best of the best" from the early 1990s through today. They are models for future scale development as well as tools for the trade, and they constitute the main tools that researchers can use for self-administered measurement of people's attitudes, conceptions of themselves, and perceptions of others. The focus is on up-to-date measures and the most recent scales and indexes used to assess communication variables. Providing suggestions for measurement of concepts of interest to researchers; inspiring students to consider research directions not considered previously; and supplying models for scale developers to follow in terms of the work necessary to produce a valid and reliable measurement instrument in the discipline, the authors of this key resource have developed a significant contribution toward improving measurement and providing measures for better science.

Categorical Statistics For Communication Research

Author: Bryan E. Denham
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118927095
Size: 18,30 MB
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Categorical Statistics for CommunicationResearch presents scholars with a discipline-specific guide to categorical data analysis. The text blends necessary background information and formulas for statistical procedures with data analyses illustrating techniques such as log- linear modeling and logistic regression analysis. Provides techniques for analyzing categorical data from a communication studies perspective Provides an accessible presentation of techniques for analyzing categorical data for communication scholars and other social scientists working at the advanced undergraduate and graduate teaching levels Illustrated with examples from different types of communication research such as health, political and sports communication and entertainment Includes exercises at the end of each chapter and a companion website containing exercise answers and chapter-by-chapter PowerPoint slides

Mathematical And Statistical Methods For Actuarial Sciences And Finance

Author: Cira Perna
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 8847023424
Size: 12,48 MB
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The book develops the capabilities arising from the cooperation between mathematicians and statisticians working in insurance and finance fields. It gathers some of the papers presented at the conference MAF2010, held in Ravello (Amalfi coast), and successively, after a reviewing process, worked out to this aim.