- Statistical Writing (UCLA)
- Writing with Statistics (Purdue OWL)
- Reporting Results of Common Statistical Tests in APA Format (U Washington, Psychology Writing Center)
- Reporting Statistics in Psychology (Lisa DeBruine)
- How to design and report experiments. Field, A. P. (2003). London ; Thousand Oaks, Calif: Sage publications Ltd.
- Although focused on experiments, the majority of the book is describing various basic statistical analyses, how to interpret them (using SPSS output, but useful for anybody), and how to report them in APA style.
- Field’s style is wordy, but friendly, interesting, and informative.
- Statistical Methods in Psychology Journals: Guidelines and Explanations. Wilkinson, L. (1999). American Psychologist.
- Task force report listing guidelines for reporting methods and results, focusing on ones commonly overlooked or misunderstood by newer researchers.
- Writing up research: a statistical perspective
- by the University of Reading Statistical Services Centre
- Focused on natural resources research (but relevant to all), which is typically experimental
- Aims to give guidance on “what, and how much, information needs to be provided to ensure effective reporting.”
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