Programming for Psychologists: Data Creation and Analysis
Matthew J. C. Crump
2014: Last compiled 2018-07-25
Crump, Matthew J. C. (2017). Programming for Psychologists: Data Creation and Analysis (Version 1.1). https://crumplab.github.io/programmingforpsych/
This textbook is a collection of notes for a course on programming for psychologists, taught at the Graduate Center of CUNY, by Matthew Crump.
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