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Research in Psychology Methods and Design

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ISBN-10: 0471593850

ISBN-13: 9780471593850

Edition: 1995

Authors: C. James Goodwin

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Thoroughly revised for increased clarity, this experimental psychology text focuses on experimental methodology and the scientific way of thinking. It provides comprehensive information on current research methods, yet remains readable and engaging. Specifically, topics include data handling, idea generation, experimentation, and research design and methods. Includes sections on estimating subject needs, and survey information on the use of animals in research.
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Book details

List price: $66.95
Copyright year: 1995
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 2/7/1995
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 512
Size: 7.64" wide x 9.57" long x 1.18" tall
Weight: 2.244
Language: English

To the Student
Scientific Thinking in Psychology
Critical Thinking About Pseudoscience
Ethics in Psychological Research
Role-Playing an IRB
Developing Ideas for Research in Psychology
What's Next Thinking
PsycINFO Search
Measurement, Sampling, and Data Analysis
Statistical Analysis
Introduction to Experimental Research
Identifying Independent and Dependent Variables
Detecting Flaws in Experiments
Control Problems in Experimental Research
Between or Within?
Experimental Design 1: Single Factor Designs
Identifying Experimental Designs
Portraying Research Results
Experimental Design II: Factorial Designs
Identifying Factorial Designs
Interpreting Research with Factorial Designs
Correlational Research
Correlations and the Nature/Nurture Issue
Assessing the Effect of Outlyers
Quasi-Experimental Designs and Applied Research
Evaluating Quasi-Experimental Designs
Small N Designs
Outcomes of Single-Subject Designs
Descriptive Research Methods
Deciding on the Best Descriptive Method
Developing Ideas for Archival Research