This book provides a thorough grounding in observational methods along with considerable practical advice. Behavioral scientists use observational methods to study relatively natural, spontaneous behavior as it unfolds in time. The book is rich with examples of coding methods and different approaches to sequential analysis, including both statistical and graphical means. This book should appeal to students of behavior – from relative novices to advanced researchers – who want to understand systematic observation better.
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This overview by prominent social scientists gives an accessible, non-technical sense of how quantitative research is done in different areas. Readers will find out about models and ways of thinking in economics, history, sociology, political science, and psychology, which in turn they can bring back to their own work.
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Starting with the foundations of ANOVA and going up through two-way and three-way mixed designs, this textbook offers an overview of traditionally advanced topics for advanced undergraduates and graduate students in the behavioral sciences. Each of the design chapters includes SPSS and SAS Enterprise Guide procedures.
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