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Research Methods by Donald H. McBurney; Theresa L. White
Call Number: HM569 .H37 2013
Publication Date: 2009-04-01
Now in its 8th edition, RESEARCH METHODS provides psychology students with a scientific approach to understanding their field of study and the world in general. The text's logical, step-by-step coverage is the result of decades of author experience, and includes all of the stages of the research process--from selecting the project and searching for literature to choosing a protocol and getting published. RESEARCH METHODS also poses students with problems from selected psychological literature to demonstrate some of the creative ways psychology professionals design and conduct effective research.
Research Methods by Jennifer Bonds-Raacke; John Raacke
Publication Date: 2010-12-29
Research Methods: Are You Equipped helps students understand how research methods are important to everyday life. For undergraduate courses in Research Methods. Few, if any, textbooks approach the research methods course with the purpose of preparing students to become educated consumers of research. Research Methods: Are You Equipped, 1eoffers a unique solution to the gaps in traditional research methods textbooks currently available. Bonds-Raacke provides real world examples and updated research techniques that represent the most current and innovative academic thinking.
What You Need to Know by Jennifer Bonds-Raacke; John D. Raacke
Call Number: HM425 .C66 2011
Publication Date: 2012-08-01
This book is designed for graduate students and provides helpful insights on what they can expect in the upcoming years and gives suggestions for how to handle various situations. This book is not designed to provide the reader with study skills or content knowledge in their area, however, the goal is to share information with the reader about graduate studies that few people know.
Research Methods: the Key Concepts by Michael Hammond; Jerry Wellington
Call Number: Z7164.S68 A53 2011
Publication Date: 2012-10-10
This invaluable resource provides a comprehensive overview of the many methods and methodologies of social research. Each entry provides a critical definition and examines the value and difficulties of a particular method or methodology of concept across different fields of social research. Concepts include: Action research Chaos theory Discourse analysis Epistemology Literature review Interviewing Social constructivism World view With thematic further reading stretching across the social sciences, Research Methods: The Key Concepts will help readers develop a firm understanding of the rationale and principles behind key research methods, and is a must-have for new researchers at all levels, from undergraduate to postgraduate and beyond.