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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Scientific Understanding of Behavior
Chapter 2: Where to Start
Chapter 3: Ethics in Behavioral Research
Chapter 4: Fundamental Research Issues
Chapter 5: Measurement Concepts
Chapter 6: Observational Methods
Chapter 7: Asking People About Themselves: Survey Research
Chapter 8: Experimental Design
Chapter 9: Conducting Experiments
Chapter 10: Complex Experimental Designs
Chapter 11: Single-Case, Quasi-Experimental, and Developmental Research
Chapter 12: Understanding Research Results: Description and Correlation
Chapter 13: Understanding Research Results: Statistical Inference
Chapter 14: Generalization
Appendix A: Reporting Research
Appendix B: Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct