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Research Design and Methods: A Process Approach guides students through the research process, from conceiving of and developing a research idea, to designing and conducting a study, to analyzing and reporting data. The authors present students with information on the numerous decisions they must make when designing and conducting research and indicate how their early decisions affect how data are collected, analyzed, and interpreted later in the research process. A focus on the importance of ethical conduct, both in the treatment of research subjects and in the reporting of research results, directs the text.
Table of Contents
|Developing and Evaluating Theories of Behavior|
|Getting Ideas for Research|
|Choosing a Research Design|
|Making Systematic Observations|
|Choosing and Using Research Subjects|
|Understanding Ethical Issues in the Research Process|
|Using Nonexperimental Research|
|Using Survey Research|
|Using Between-Subjects and Within-Subjects Experimental Designs|
|Using Specialized Research Designs|
|Using Single-Subject Designs|
|Using Inferential Statistics|
|Using Multivariate Design and Analysis|
|Reporting Your Research Results|
|Appendix: Statistical Tables|
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