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Advanced Research Methods for the Social and Behavioral Sciences

Edited by John E. Edlund, Rochester Institute of Technology, New York, Austin Lee Nichols, Connection Lab

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Written by an interdisciplinary team of global experts covering diverse research methods - including research design, research tools, and statistical techniques - this volume focuses on advanced research methods for anyone working in the social and behavioral sciences. The information needed to perform research in the laboratory, the field, or online is mapped out to provide specific applications and tools in applying each method. The issues surrounding reliability, validity, and obtaining consent are explained alongside detailed descriptions of the impact…

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Key features

  • A research methods volume written for advanced undergraduate students, graduate students, and those who already have a Ph.D. across the social and behavioral sciences
  • Contains contributors that span the social and behavioral sciences to allow for a better understanding of performing research within and across multiple disciplines
  • Supplies specific applications and tools to use in applying each method

About the book

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108349383
  • Subjects Psychology,Psychology: General Interest,Qualitative Research Methods
  • Format: Hardback
    • Publication date: 14 March 2019
    • ISBN: 9781108425933
    • Dimensions (mm): 253 x 177 mm
    • Weight: 0.96g
    • Contains: 47 b/w illus. 8 tables
    • Page extent: 386 pages
    • Availability: In stock
  • Format: Paperback
    • Publication date: 14 March 2019
    • ISBN: 9781108441919
    • Dimensions (mm): 253 x 177 mm
    • Weight: 0.82g
    • Contains: 47 b/w illus. 8 tables
    • Page extent: 386 pages
    • Availability: In stock
  • Format: Digital
    • Publication date: 22 February 2019
    • ISBN: 9781108349383

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