Russell T. Warne
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About Russell T. Warne
Dr. Russell T. Warne is an associate professor of psychology at Utah Valley University and earned his PhD from Texas A&M University in 2011. He has published over 50 scholarly articles in psychology, education, methodology, medicine, sociology, health, business, and the arts, often co-authoring with students. Dr. Warne has earned awards for his research from MENSA, the National Association for Gifted Children, Southwest Educational Research Association, Texas A&M University, and Utah Valley University. He is the associate editor for the Journal for the Education of the Gifted and an editorial board member for Gifted Child Quarterly, the Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, Intelligence, and the Journal of School Psychology. At Utah Valley University he teaches courses in behavioral statistics, research methods, psychological testing, and human intelligence.
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Books By Russell T. Warne
Written by a quantitative psychologist, this textbook explains complex statistics in accessible language to undergraduates in all branches of the social sciences. Built around the central framework of the General Linear Model (GLM), Statistics for the Social Sciences teaches students how different statistical methods are interrelated to one another. With the GLM as a basis, students with varying levels of background are better equipped to interpret statistics and learn more advanced methods in their later courses. Russell Warne makes statistics relevant to students' varying majors by using fascinating real-life examples from the social sciences. Students who use this book will benefit from clear explanations, warnings against common erroneous beliefs about statistics, and the latest developments in the philosophy, reporting and practice of statistics in the social sciences. The textbook is packed with helpful pedagogical features including learning goals, guided practice and reflection questions.
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