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Research Methods for Clinical and Health Psychology

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ISBN-10: 0761971912

ISBN-13: 9780761971917

Edition: 2004

Authors: David F. Marks, Lucy Yardley

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The research methods described and illustrated in this book are those particularly useful to the field of clinical and health psychology and cover both qualitative and quantitative approaches.
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Book details

Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: SAGE Publications, Limited
Publication date: 12/3/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 248
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.990
Language: English

DAVID F. MARKS served as Head of the School of Psychology at Middlesex Polytechnic, and as Head of the Department of Psychology at City University, London, UK. nbsp; Previously David held positions at the University of Sheffield, UK, and at the University of Otago, New Zealand. His other books include The Psychology of the Psychic (1980, with R. Kammann), Theories of Image Formation (1986), Imagery: Current Developments (1990, with J.T.E. Richardson and P. Hampson), The Quit For Life Programme: An Easier Way to Stop Smoking and Not Start Again (1993), Improving the Health of the Nation (1996, with C. Francome), Dealing With Dementia: Recent European Research (2000, with C.M. Sykes), The…    

Introduction to Research Methods in Clinical and Health Psychology
Getting Started
The Practicalities of Doing Research
Qualitative Data Collection
Interviews and Focus Groups
Content and Thematic Analysis
Qualitative Analysis of Experience
Grounded Theory and Case Studies
Qualitative Analysis of Talk and Text
Discourse and Narrative Analysis
Observation and Action Research
Questionnaires and Surveys
Analysis of Questionnaire and Survey Data
Intervention Studies
Design and Analysis
Synthesising Evidence
Systematic Reviews, Meta-Analysis and Preference Analysis