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Experimental Psychology With Infotrac

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5th
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9780534560089

ISBN10:
0534560083
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Pub. Date:
7/12/2001
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Wadsworth Publishing
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Summary

Focusing on experimental methods, authors Anne Myers and Christine Hansen lead students step-by-step through the entire research process, from generating testable hypotheses to writing the research report. The major sections of the book parallel the major sections of the research report (Introduction, Method, Results, and Discussion), giving students the skills they'll need to design and conduct an experiment, analyze and interpret the research findings, and report those findings. Although the main focus is on experimentation, alternative approaches are discussed as important complements.

Table of Contents

PART ONE INTRODUCTION 1(140)
Experimental Psychology and the Scientific Method
2(25)
Research Ethics
27(26)
Alternatives to Experimentation: Nonexperimental Designs
53(34)
Alternatives to Experimentation: Correlational and Quasi-Experimental Designs
87(30)
Formulating the Hypothesis
117(24)
PART TWO METHOD 141(178)
The Basics of Experimentation
142(44)
Solving Problems: Controlling Extraneous Variables
186(26)
Basic Between-Subjects Designs
212(32)
Between-Subjects Factorial Designs
244(23)
Within-Subjects Designs
267(30)
Within-Subjects Designs: Small N
297(22)
PART THREE RESULTS: COPING WITH DATA 319(108)
Why We Need Statistics
320(39)
Analyzing Results: Two Group Examples
359(28)
Analyzing Results: Multiple-Groups and Factorial Experiments
387(40)
PART FOUR DISCUSSION 427(104)
Drawing Conclusions: The Search for the Elusive Bottom Line
428(25)
Writing the Research Report
453(78)
APPENDICES
A Computational Formulas
489(6)
B Statistical Tables
495(10)
C A Journal Article in Manuscript Form
505(26)
Glossary 531(14)
References 545(10)
Index 555


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