Fear of heights, fear of public speaking, fear of flying--virtually everyone is afraid of something. Statistics for the Terrified (7th ed.) is a user-friendly introduction to elementary statistics, intended primarily for the reluctant, math-anxious, math-avoidant person.
John H. Kranzler is Irving and Rose Fien Endowed Professor of Education and director of the APA-accredited School Psychology Program in the School of Special Education, School Psychology, and Early Childhood Studies at the University of Florida. Dr. Kranzler's major area of scholarly interest concerns the nature, development, and assessment of human cognitive abilities. He has received a number of awards for his teaching and research, including the University of Florida Teaching Incentive Program award for undergraduate teaching, the Mensa Education and Research Foundation Award for Excellence in Research, and Article of the Year awards from School Psychology Review and School Psychology Quarterly. In 1997 and 2017, Dr. Kranzler received the University of Florida Research Foundation Professorship award for distinguished scholarship and was recently named a University of Florida Term Professor in 2019. He is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association and an elected member of the Society for the study of School Psychology. Dr. Kranzler, has served as Associate Editor of School Psychology Quarterly and the International Journal of School and Educational Psychology and currently serves on the editorial board of the Journal of School Psychology. Christopher J. Anthony is the B.O. Smith Endowed Assistant Professor of Education in the APA-accredited School Psychology Program in the School of Special Education, School Psychology, and Early Childhood Studies at the University of Florida. Dr. Anthony's research focuses on developing and improving assessment of children's social, emotional, and academic competence and he teaches course on psychoeducational assessment, children's social development, and research design. He has received several awards for his teaching and research including being named an early career scholar by the Society for the Study of School Psychology and being awarded the Diane E. Haines Teaching Excellence Award from the University of Florida College Of Education. He currently serves on the editorial board of the Journal of School Psychology and School Psychology Review.