Research Methods in Psychological Science utilizes the power of interactivity to engage students in the principle approaches to research methodology. From getting started with research to applied research, this comprehensive textbook uses contemporary examples with easily accessible features such as embedded content and a wide array of questions.
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Table Of Contents
- Chapter 1: What Is Science?
- Chapter 2: The Scientific Enterprise
- Chapter 3: Communicating Science
- Chapter 4: Conducting Ethical Research
- Chapter 5: Quantitative Descriptive Research
- Chapter 6: Observation
- Chapter 7: Measurement
- Chapter 8: Surveys
- Chapter 9: Independent Groups
- Chapter 10: Repeated Measures
- Chapter 11: Complex Designs
- Chapter 12: Qualitative Methods
- Chapter 13: Quasi-experiments and Program Evaluation
- Chapter 14: Descriptive Statistics
- Chapter 15: Inferential Statistics
Conversational, Engaging Writing
Introduces the scientific method to psychology majors in a much more approachable way than traditional texts.
Real World Research Examples & Activities
By applying the principles presented to real-world research problems, students move beyond the theoretical.
Students can now study, practice and review personal participation and performance data all in one place–from almost any device.
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