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Visual Basic 2005 for Psychologists
Maclin Otto H., Ph.D., Mark R. Dixon, Ph.D. and James W. Jackson, M.S.
Context Press - New Harbinger / Softcover / 2007-10-01 / 1878978594
Statistics and Epidemiology
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Visual Basic for Psychologists is designed to provide the behavioral psychologist with the necessary skills to adapt their human operant research agenda to the changing face of science in the 21st century. Filled with illustrative screen shots, this book will show you how to computerize your experimental apparatus, stimulus presentations, and data collection procedures. It will also provide you with specific programming routines (code) that you can customize and incorporate into your own experiments. Most importantly, this book will provide you with the skills to program your own research, whatever that research may be.

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