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Carrying out Investigations in Psychology. Methods and Statistics. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 2246542
  • Book
  • January 1995
  • 292 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
This is a complete text combining practical data collection, research and statistical analysis, plus how to write up reports. Both qualitative and quantitative approaches are discussed in-depth. This is an essential all-in-one text for students undertaking practical courses in AS/A2 psychology and undergraduates.
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1. Introduction to quantitative and qualitative approaches to psychology.

2. Ethical issues.

3. Quantitative approaches: the experiment.

4. Quantitative approaches: beyond the experiment.

5. Quantitative approaches.

6. Psychological techniques: measuring performance.

7. Psychological techniques: psychometric tests.

8. Psychological techniques: self-report measures.

9. Psychological techniques: 'natural behaviour' measures.

10. Planning the investigation.

11. Quantitative data analysis.

12. Data from qualitative research.

13. Using computers.

14. Producing the report.

15. Presenting the quantitative results.

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Jeremy Foster
Ian Parker Manchester Metropolitan University, UK.
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