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PSY-B 454 Capstone Seminar

A guide to locating data and statistics

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This is a guide for locating Data and Statistical information for Capstone Seminar in Psychology

We use the term data to describe numeric, textual, photographic, audio, visual formats that have been produced as a result of or to support research. This includes lots of things, but many of the databases and repositories have a specific focus on a type of data (numeric, textual, etc.) or a topic (e.g., demographics, economics, health, etc.). Statistics usually, but not always, refers to numeric summaries of data presented in tables. These include counts, percentages, ratios, and other results of data analysis. 

Access the guide to library research for Psychology here

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