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Contemporary problems in statistics. a book of readings for the behavioral sciences.
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Lieberman, B. (1971), Contemporary Problems in Statistics: a Book of Readings for the Behavioral Sciences, Oxford University Press, Oxford. 1970), The Significance Test Controversy: A Reader, Aldine, Chicago. Birnbaum, A. (1977), The Neyman-Pearson Theory as Decision Theory, and as Inference Theory; with a Criticism of the Lindley-Savage Argument for Bayesian Theory, Synthese, 36: 19–49. Carnap, R. (1962), Logical Foundations of Probability, University of Chicago Press, Chicago.
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