# Sports Research with Analytical Solution Using SPSS

## Verma, J.

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### ISBN-13: 9781119206712

### WILEY

Mayo / 2016

1ª Edición

Inglés

416 pags

700 gr

17 x 23 x cm

### Description

A step-by-step approach to problem-solving techniques using SPSS in the fields
of sports science and physical education

Featuring a clear and accessible approach to the methods, processes, and statistical
techniques used in sports science and physical education, Sports Research with
Analytical Solution using SPSS emphasizes how to conduct and interpret a range
of statistical analysis using SPSS. The book also addresses issues faced by
research scholars in these fields by providing analytical solutions to various
research problems without reliance on mathematical rigor.

Logically arranged to cover both fundamental and advanced concepts, the book
presents standard univariate and complex multivariate statistical techniques
used in sports research such as multiple regression analysis, discriminant analysis,
cluster analysis, and factor analysis. The author focuses on the treatment of
various parametric and nonparametric statistical tests, which are shown through
the techniques and interpretations of the SPSS outputs that are generated for
each analysis. Sports Research with Analytical Solution using SPSS also features:

- Numerous examples and case studies to provide readers with practical applications of the analytical concepts and techniques
- Plentiful screen shots throughout to help demonstrate the implementation of SPSS outputs
- Illustrative studies with simulated realistic data to clarify the analytical techniques covered
- End-of-chapter short answer questions, multiple choice questions, assignments, and practice exercises to help build a better understanding of the presented concepts
- A companion website with associated SPSS data files and PowerPoint presentations for each chapter

Sports Research with Analytical Solution using SPSS is an excellent textbook for upper-undergraduate, graduate, and PhD-level courses in research methods, kinesiology, sports science, medicine, nutrition, health education, and physical education. The book is also an ideal reference for researchers and professionals in the fields of sports research, sports science, physical education, and social sciences, as well as anyone interested in learning SPSS.

### Table of Contents

Preface

**Chapter One: Introduction to Data and SPSS Operations**

1.1 Introduction

1.2 Types of Data

1.3 Important Definitions

1.4 Data Cleaning

1.5 Detection of Errors

1.6 How to Start the SPSS

1.7 Exercise

**Chapter Two: Descriptive Profile**

2.1 Introduction

2.2 Explanation of Various Descriptive Statistics

2.3 Application of Descriptive Statistics

2.4 Computation of Descriptive Statistics Using SPSS

2.5 Interpretation of the Results

2.6 Developing Profile Chart

2.7 Summary of SPSS Commands

2.8 Exercise

2.9 Case Study

**Chapter Three: Correlation Coefficient and Partial Correlation**

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Correlation Matrix and Partial Correlation

3.3 Application of Correlation Matrix and Partial Correlation

3.4 Correlation Matrix with SPSS

3.5 Partial Correlation with SPSS

3.6 Summary of the SPSS Commands

3.7 Exercise

3.8 Case Study

**Chapter Four: Comparing Means**

4.1 Introduction

4.2 One-Sample t-test

4.3 Two-Sample t-test for Unrelated Groups

4.4 Paired t-test for Related Groups

4.5 One Sample t test with SPSS

4.6 Two-Sample t-test for Independent Groups with SPSS

4.7 Paired t-test for Related Groups with SPSS

4.8 Summary of SPSS Commands for t-tests

4.9 Exercise

4.10 Case Study

Chapter Five: Independent Measures ANOVA

5.1 Introduction

5.2 One-Way Analysis of Variance

5.3 One-Way ANOVA with SPSS(Equal Sample Size)

5.4 One-way ANOVA with SPSS (unequal Sample Size)

5.5 Two-Way Analysis of Variance

5.6 Two-Way ANOVA using SPSS

5.7 Summary of the SPSS Commands

5.8 Exercise

5.9 Case Study I: One Way ANOVA Design

5.10 Case Study II: Factorial Design with Two-way ANOVA

Chapter Six: Repeated Measures ANOVA

6.1 Introduction

6.2 One-way Repeated Measures ANOVA

6.3 One-Way Repeated Measures ANOVA using SPSS

6.4 Two-Way Repeated Measures ANOVA

6.5 Two-Way Repeated Measures ANOVA with SPSS

6.5.1 Computation in Two-Way Repeated Measures ANOVA

6.6 Summary of the SPSS commands for One-way Repeated Measures ANOVA

6.7 Summary of the SPSS commands for Two-way Repeated Measures ANOVA

6.8 Exercise

6.9 Case Study

**Chapter Seven: Analysis of Covariance**

7.1 Introduction

7.2 Conceptual Framework of Analysis of Covariance

7.3 Application of ANCOVA

7.4 Analysis of Covariance with SPSS

7.5 Summary of the SPSS Commands

7.6 Exercise

7.7 Case Study

**Chapter Eight: Non Parametric Tests in Sports**

8.1 Introduction

8.2 Chi-square Test

8.2.1 Testing Goodness of Fit

8.3 Goodness of Fit with SPSS

8.4 Testing Association with SPSS

8.5 Mann-Whitney U test: Comparing two independent samples

8.6 Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test: For comparing two related groups

8.7 Kruskal-Wallis Test

8.8 Friedman Test

8.9 Summary of the SPSS Commands

8.10 Exercise

8.11 Case Study

Chapter Nine: Regression Analysis and Multiple Correlations

9.1 Introduction

9.2 Understanding Regression Equation

9.3 Application of Regression Analysis

9.4 Multiple Regression Analysis with SPSS

9.5 Summary of SPSS Commands for Regression Analysis

9.6 Exercise

9.7 Case Study

**Chapter Ten: Application of Discriminant Function Analysis**

10.1 Introduction

10.2 Basics of Discriminant Function Analysis

10.3 Assumptions in Discriminant Analysis

10.4 Why to use Discriminant Analysis

10.5 Steps in Discriminant Analysis

10.6 Application of Discriminant Function Analysis

10.7 Discriminant Analysis using SPSS

10.8 Summary of the SPSS Commands for Discriminant Analysis

10.9 Exercise

10.10 Case Study

**Chapter Eleven: Logistic Regression for Developing Logit model in Sport**

11.1 Introduction

11.2 Understanding Logistic Regression

11.3 Application of Logistic Regression in Sports Research

11.4 Assumptions in Logistic Regression

11.5 Steps in Developing Logistic Model

11.6 Logistic Analysis using SPSS

11.7 Interpretation of Outputs

11.8 Exercise

11.9 Case Study

Chapter Twelve: Application of Factor Analysis

12.1 Introduction

12.2 Terminologies used in Factor Analysis

12.3 Assumptions in Factor Analysis

12.4 Steps in Factor Analysis

12.5 Application of Factor Analysis

12.6 Factor Analysis with SPSS

12.7 Summary of the SPSS Commands for Factor Analysis

Appendix

A.1: Table for normal distribution

A.2: Table for t-value

A.3: Table for F-value at .05 significance level

A.4: Table for F-value at .01 significance level

A.5: Table for Chi-Square

A.6: Table for Correlation Coefficient required for significance

A.7: Critical Values of Studentized Range Distribution (q) for Familywise ALPHA
= .05

References

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