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Research and design methods : a process approach / Kenneth S. Bordens, Bruce B. Abbott.

By: Bordens, Kenneth S.
Contributor(s): Abbott, Bruce B [(j.a.)].
Publisher: Boston : McGraw-Hill, c2005Edition: 6th ed.Description: xxviii, 499 p. (various pagings) : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0072887648 (hbk); 0073125989 (pbk.).Other title: Research design and methods [Cover title].Subject(s): Psychology -- Research -- Textbooks | Psychology -- Research -- Methodology -- TextbooksDDC classification: 150.72
Contents:
Preface. - 1. Explaining behavior. - 2. Developing ideas for research and evaluating theories of behavior. - 3. Reviewing the scientific literature. - 4. Choosing a research design. - 5. Making systematic observations. - 6. Choosing and using participants and subjects: Pragmatic and ethical consideration. - 7. Using nonexperimental research. - 8. Using survey research. - 9. Using between-subjects and within-subjects experimental designs. - 10. Using specialized research designs. - 11. Using single-subject designs. - 12. Describing data. - 13. Using inferential statistics. - 14. Using multivariate design and analysis. - 15. Reporting your research results. - Appendix: Statistical tables. - Glossary. - References. - Credits. - Name index. - Subject index.
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Preface. - 1. Explaining behavior. - 2. Developing ideas for research and evaluating theories of behavior. - 3. Reviewing the scientific literature. - 4. Choosing a research design. - 5. Making systematic observations. - 6. Choosing and using participants and subjects: Pragmatic and ethical consideration. - 7. Using nonexperimental research. - 8. Using survey research. - 9. Using between-subjects and within-subjects experimental designs. - 10. Using specialized research designs. - 11. Using single-subject designs. - 12. Describing data. - 13. Using inferential statistics. - 14. Using multivariate design and analysis. - 15. Reporting your research results. - Appendix: Statistical tables. - Glossary. - References. - Credits. - Name index. - Subject index.