For Immediate Release
October 4, 2001
Indianapolis, IN, USA
Contact: Jeff Rasmussen, PhD (firstname.lastname@example.org)
THE ART OF THE EXPERIMENT
What do Vincent VanGogh, the null hypothesis, Mona Lisa,
variance, the Cheshire Cat and type I error rates have in common?
Find out in "The Art of the Experiment" (ISBN: 0970784325,
by Symynet)--a synthesis of fine art with experimental design and
analysis. The cd-rom software and book package is appropriate for
high-school, university undergraduate and graduate students in
and statistics classes in the behavioral, social and life sciences.
Instructors, please consider adopting this as course materials
you place your book orders for the spring semester. There are 40% to
discounts offered to students (depending upon number of purchases at
institution). Instructors can receive a free copy, ancillary materials
$25.00 or more for joining Symynet's affiliate program.
The Art of the Experiment is an enjoyable educational experience
even for those who are extremely statistics-phobic. It's a page-turner
mysteries and hands-on exploration. The program was written by a PhD
has over 20 years of experience teaching statistics and over 50
publications about statistics. Previous Symynet software has received
accolades from Encyclopędia Britannica among others, and has been used
over 25,000 students in more than 45 countries.
' Jeff Rasmussen, PhD '
' Department of Psychology '
' Indiana University Indianapolis '
' 402 North Blackford '
' Indianapolis, IN 46202 '