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Activity: Evaluating Statistical Information: Product Selection

This activity gives students practice evaluating statistical information by placing them in the role of a therapist who needs to purchase software for her practice. It also helps show students the value of understanding concepts from research/statistics in contexts other than doing research.

Applying Statistical Concepts; Evaluating Statistical Information


Author: Gary Lewandowski

Monmouth University

Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2010