This question might seem fairly simple, but I would like hear your experiences with statistical handbooks for behavioral scientists. Which handbooks have you found to be the most straightforward, clear and systematic (i.e., which handbooks have been praised by your colleagues or students) for the bachelor level of studies. So, I am not looking for books on specific statistical themes, but rather handbooks which offer a general overview of basic statistical concepts and themes important for a behavioral scientist (e.g., sampling, distributions, descriptive statistics, ANOVA/ANCOVA, correlation analysis etc.).
The books do not have to be free!