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Methods Toward a Science of Behavior and Experienceby Ray, William J.
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Table of Contents
|What is Science?|
|Introduction to the Methods of Science|
|Developing the Hypothesis|
|Description of Behavior Through Numerical Representation|
|Inferential Statistics: Making Statistical Decisions|
|Testing the Hypothesis: A Conceptual Introduction|
|Control: The Keystone of the Experimental Method|
|Applying the Logic of Experimentation: Between-Subjects Designs|
|Extending the Logic of Experimentation: Within-Subjects and Matched-Subjects Approaches|
|The Ecology of the Experiment: The Scientist and Research Participant In Relation To Their Environments|
|Quasi-Experimental, Correlational, and Naturalistic Observational Designs|
|Questionnaires, Survey Research, and Sampling|
|Sharing the Results|
|Guidelines for Nonbiased Language in Apa Journals|
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