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MATLAB for Psychologists

Borgo, Mauro, Soranzo, Alessandro, Grassi, Massimo

2012, XVI, 284 p.

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From the book reviews:

“The reviewed book is written to help newcomers in using MATLAB for research in experimental psychology, including others. … Different experiment scripts are presented in the book to enhance readers’ ability to write MATLAB scripts of their own. Each chapter lists explanation tables, functions declaration, and aspects of different declaration values.” (Adriana Horníková, Technometrics, Vol. 55 (2), May, 2013)

“The authors have produced a tutorial-like handbook that might be suitable for lab use in courses where students may have no previous programming experience. It is organized into ten easy-to-read chapters. … The book is clearly written … . This book includes some interesting examples from psychology research, which might also be useful in courses for nonpsychologists. … In summary, this book is a pragmatic hands-on tutorial on MATLAB that might be useful to scientists … including most psychologists and social scientists.” (Fernando Berzal, ACM Computing Reviews, December, 2012)

 

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