**Correlation and association.**Belhekar, V. (2016). Correlation and association. In*V. Belhekar Statistics for psychology using r*(pp. 108-152). London: SAGE. doi: 10.4135/9789353282493

**Statistical reasoning for everyday life**

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*Bennett, J. O., Briggs, W. L., & Triola, M. F. (2017). Statistical reasoning for*

everyday life (5th ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson-Addison Wesley.

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**This is the required Redshelf textbook for the course. You will be using this textbook all through the course for weekly assignments. For this week, review Chapters 7. Access the textbook in the Getting started module of your course or the Bookshelf link at the top of your course. **

**Using statistics in the social and health sciences with SPSS and Excel.**Abbott, M. L. (2016). Using statistics in the social and health sciences with SPSS and Excel. Wiley.

Review Chapter 12, Bivariate Regression

**Week 9 - Assignment Template**Use this document to complete this week’s assignment.**Week 9 - Data File**Use this Excel file to complete this week’s assignment.**Week 9 - SPSS Data File**Use this SPSS output file to complete this week’s assignment.

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