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Research in psychology : methods and design

By: Goodwin, Kerri A.
Contributor(s): Goodwin, C. James.
BBDD: Libros Publisher: [Massachusetts] Wiley 2017Edition: 8th ed.Description: XX, 455 p.ISBN: 9781119330448.Clasificación(es): 1240 Métodos de investigación y diseño experimentalInteresa: Psicología Clínica y de la SaludDescriptor(es): Diseño experimental | Investigación científica | MetodologíaTipo de documento: Manuales
Contents:
1 Scientific Thinking in Psychology. Box 1.1: ORIGINS—A Taste of Introspection. Box 1.2: CLASSIC STUDIES—Falsifying Phrenology. 2 Ethics in Psychological Research. Box 2.1: CLASSIC STUDIES—Infants at Risk. Box 2.2: ETHICS—Historical Problems with Informed Consent. Box 2.3: ORIGINS—Antivivisection and the APA. 3 Developing Ideas for Research in Psychology. Box 3.1: ORIGINS—Serendipity and Edge Detectors. Box 3.2: CLASSIC STUDIES—Falsification and Der Kluge Hans Parsimony. Box 3.3: ETHICS—Questionable Research Practices and Replication Remedies. 4 Sampling, Measurement, and Hypothesis Testing. Box 4.1: ORIGINS—Reaction Time: From Mental Chronometry to Mental Rotation. Box 4.2: CLASSIC STUDIES—Measuring Somatotypes on an Interval Scale: Hoping for 4-4-4. Box 4.3: ETHICS—Statistics that Mislead. 5 Introduction to Experimental Research. Box 5.1: ORIGINS—John Stuart Mill and the Rules of Inductive Logic. Box 5.2: CLASSIC STUDIES—Bobo Dolls and Aggression. Box 5.3: ETHICS—Recruiting Participants: Everyone’s in the Pool. 6 Methodological Control in Experimental Research. Box 6.1: CLASSIC STUDIES—The Record for Repeated Measures. Box 6.2: ORIGINS—Productivity at Western Electric. Box 6.3: ETHICS—Research Participants Have Responsibilities Too. 7 Experimental Design I: Single-Factor Designs. Box 7.1: CLASSIC STUDIES—Psychology’s Most Widely Replicated Finding?. Box 7.2: ORIGINS—The Ebbinghaus Forgetting Curve. Box 7.3: ETHICS—Who’s in the Control Group?. 8 Experimental Design II: Factorial Designs. Box 8.1: CLASSIC STUDIES—To Sleep, Perchance to Recall. Box 8.2: ETHICS—On Being a Competent and Ethical Researcher. Box 8.3: ORIGINS—Factorials Down on the Farm. 9 Non-Experimental Design I: Survey Methods. Box 9.1: ORIGINS—Creating the “Questionary”. Box 9.2: ETHICS—Using and Abusing Surveys. 10 Non-Experimental Design II: Observational and Archival Methods. Box 10.1: CLASSIC STUDIES—When Prophecy Fails. Box 10.2: ETHICS—A Matter of Privacy. 11 Quasi-Experimental Designs and Applied Research. Box 11.1: CLASSIC STUDIES—The Hollingworth’s, Applied Psychology, and Coca-Cola. Box 11.2: ORIGINS—Reforms as Experiments. Box 11.3: ETHICS—Evaluation Research and Ethics. 12 Small N Designs. Box 12.1: ORIGINS—Cats in Puzzle Boxes. Box 12.2: ETHICS—Controlling Human Behavior. Box 12.3: CLASSIC STUDIES—The Mind of a Mnemonist
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1 Scientific Thinking in Psychology. Box 1.1: ORIGINS—A Taste of Introspection. Box 1.2: CLASSIC STUDIES—Falsifying Phrenology. 2 Ethics in Psychological Research. Box 2.1: CLASSIC STUDIES—Infants at Risk. Box 2.2: ETHICS—Historical Problems with Informed Consent. Box 2.3: ORIGINS—Antivivisection and the APA. 3 Developing Ideas for Research in Psychology. Box 3.1: ORIGINS—Serendipity and Edge Detectors. Box 3.2: CLASSIC STUDIES—Falsification and Der Kluge Hans Parsimony. Box 3.3: ETHICS—Questionable Research Practices and Replication Remedies. 4 Sampling, Measurement, and Hypothesis Testing. Box 4.1: ORIGINS—Reaction Time: From Mental Chronometry to Mental Rotation. Box 4.2: CLASSIC STUDIES—Measuring Somatotypes on an Interval Scale: Hoping for 4-4-4. Box 4.3: ETHICS—Statistics that Mislead. 5 Introduction to Experimental Research. Box 5.1: ORIGINS—John Stuart Mill and the Rules of Inductive Logic. Box 5.2: CLASSIC STUDIES—Bobo Dolls and Aggression. Box 5.3: ETHICS—Recruiting Participants: Everyone’s in the Pool. 6 Methodological Control in Experimental Research. Box 6.1: CLASSIC STUDIES—The Record for Repeated Measures. Box 6.2: ORIGINS—Productivity at Western Electric. Box 6.3: ETHICS—Research Participants Have Responsibilities Too. 7 Experimental Design I: Single-Factor Designs. Box 7.1: CLASSIC STUDIES—Psychology’s Most Widely Replicated Finding?. Box 7.2: ORIGINS—The Ebbinghaus Forgetting Curve. Box 7.3: ETHICS—Who’s in the Control Group?. 8 Experimental Design II: Factorial Designs. Box 8.1: CLASSIC STUDIES—To Sleep, Perchance to Recall. Box 8.2: ETHICS—On Being a Competent and Ethical Researcher. Box 8.3: ORIGINS—Factorials Down on the Farm. 9 Non-Experimental Design I: Survey Methods. Box 9.1: ORIGINS—Creating the “Questionary”. Box 9.2: ETHICS—Using and Abusing Surveys. 10 Non-Experimental Design II: Observational and Archival Methods. Box 10.1: CLASSIC STUDIES—When Prophecy Fails. Box 10.2: ETHICS—A Matter of Privacy. 11 Quasi-Experimental Designs and Applied Research. Box 11.1: CLASSIC STUDIES—The Hollingworth’s, Applied Psychology, and Coca-Cola. Box 11.2: ORIGINS—Reforms as Experiments. Box 11.3: ETHICS—Evaluation Research and Ethics. 12 Small N Designs. Box 12.1: ORIGINS—Cats in Puzzle Boxes. Box 12.2: ETHICS—Controlling Human Behavior. Box 12.3: CLASSIC STUDIES—The Mind of a Mnemonist

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