Research Methods for the Behavioral and Social Sciences

 
 
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A comprehensive introduction to research methods and bestpractices for designing,conducting, interpreting, and reportingfindings
This text is designed to develop in students a passion forconducting research and an understanding of the practical value ofsystematic information- gathering and decision-making. It featuresstep-by-step coverage of the research process including researchdesign, statistical considerations, and guidance on writing up andpresenting results.
Recognized leaders in the field--authors Bart Weathington,Christopher Cunningham, and David Pittenger--present:
* Introductions to multiple research designs--includingsingle-participant, multi-group, longitudinal, correlational, andexperimental designs--accompanied by examples
* Bibliographic research and methods for appropriate sampling
* Identifying, developing, and evaluating reliable and validapproaches to measurement
* The issues and steps common to all single-factor and multifactorstudies, as well as single-subject and nonexperimental methods
* How to summarize research in writing that conforms to theeditorial guidelines of the American Psychological Association
A comprehensive review of research methods and the statisticalconcepts that support them, Research Methods for the Behavioraland Social Sciences offers the best techniques for studyingbehavior and social phenomena.
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Bart L. Weathington, PhD, is a UC Foundation AssociateProfessor of Psychology at The University of Tennessee atChattanooga. He is an industrial-organizational and sportpsychology researcher, teacher, and consultant on appliedpsychological issues.
Christopher J. L. Cunningham, PhD, is a UC FoundationAssistant Professor of Psychology at The University of Tennessee atChattanooga. He is actively engaged in industrial-organizationaland occupational health psychology research, teaching, andconsulting.
David J. Pittenger, PhD, is Dean of the¿Collegeof¿Liberal Arts¿at Marshall University. His primaryresearch interests and publications focus on the partialreinforcement extinction effect, psychometric properties ofpersonality inventories, the coping strategies of caregivers, andethical issues related to the behavioral sciences.
1 - Cover???????????????????????? [Seite 1]
2 - Title Page?????????????????????????????????? [Seite 5]
3 - Copyright???????????????????????????????? [Seite 6]
4 - Contents?????????????????????????????? [Seite 9]
5 - Preface???????????????????????????? [Seite 17]
6 - Acknowledgments???????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 21]
7 - Part I: Overview of the Research Process [Seite 23]
7.1 - Chapter 1: Research and the Social Sciences???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 25]
7.1.1 - Introduction?????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 25]
7.1.2 - Why Is Understanding Research Methods So Important????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 28]
7.1.3 - The Role of Science in Everyday Life?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 28]
7.1.4 - The Scientic Method [Seite 30]
7.1.5 - Brief History of the Science of Behavior?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 30]
7.1.6 - Bacon's Legacy?????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 35]
7.1.7 - Other Important Historical Figures?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 35]
7.1.8 - Assumptions of Science?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 38]
7.1.9 - Requirements for Scientic Research [Seite 39]
7.1.10 - Research in Action: The Case of Facilitated Communication???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 45]
7.1.11 - Chapter Summary???????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 48]
7.1.12 - Chapter Glossary for Review???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 51]
7.1.13 - Chapter References?????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 52]
7.2 - Chapter 2: Ethics and Research?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 54]
7.2.1 - Introduction?????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 54]
7.2.2 - What Is Ethics????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 56]
7.2.3 - Approaches to Ethical Analysis?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 58]
7.2.4 - Making Ethical Decisions?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 63]
7.2.5 - The Ethical Code of the American Psychological Association?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 64]
7.2.6 - Seeking Approval for Research: The Institutional Review Board???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 66]
7.2.7 - Milgram's Experiment Revisited?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 74]
7.2.8 - Research with Animals???????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 78]
7.2.9 - Research in Action: Ethical Dilemmas?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 80]
7.2.10 - Chapter Summary???????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 84]
7.2.11 - Chapter Glossary for Review???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 86]
7.2.12 - Chapter References?????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 86]
7.3 - Chapter 3: The Foundations of Research?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 88]
7.3.1 - Introduction [Seite 88]
7.3.2 - The Hypothesis in Research [Seite 89]
7.3.3 - Types of Hypotheses [Seite 94]
7.3.4 - Measurement [Seite 100]
7.3.5 - Reliability of Measurement [Seite 106]
7.3.6 - Validity of Measurement [Seite 109]
7.3.7 - Populations and Samples [Seite 112]
7.3.8 - Research in Action: Measuring Sexism [Seite 116]
7.3.9 - Chapter Summary [Seite 118]
7.3.10 - Chapter Glossary for Review [Seite 119]
7.3.11 - Chapter References [Seite 122]
7.4 - Chapter 4: An Overview of Empirical Methods???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 123]
7.4.1 - Introduction?????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 123]
7.4.2 - Internal, Statistical Conclusion, and External Validity???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 124]
7.4.3 - Survey of Empirical Methods [Seite 135]
7.4.4 - Intact Groups Designs and Quasi-Experimental Studies [Seite 139]
7.4.5 - Surveys???????????????????????????? [Seite 142]
7.4.6 - Correlational Studies???????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 143]
7.4.7 - Single-Participant Research Methods???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 144]
7.4.8 - Meta-Analysis???????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 146]
7.4.9 - Computers and Statistics?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 148]
7.4.10 - Research in Action: Effectiveness of Psychotherapy?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 150]
7.4.11 - Chapter Summary???????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 155]
7.4.12 - Chapter Glossary for Review???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 157]
7.4.13 - Chapter References?????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 159]
8 - Part II: Nuts and Bolts of Research???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 161]
8.1 - Chapter 5: Writing the Research Report?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 163]
8.1.1 - Introduction?????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 163]
8.1.2 - What Do Readers Appreciate in Good Writing????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 165]
8.1.3 - Elements of APA Style???????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 165]
8.1.4 - Special Grammatical Issues?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 169]
8.1.5 - Academic Integrity?????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 174]
8.1.6 - Parts of the Research Report?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 178]
8.1.7 - Proofreading?????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 195]
8.1.8 - Chapter Summary???????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 196]
8.1.9 - Chapter References?????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 196]
8.2 - Chapter 6: Reviewing the Literature and Forming Hypotheses?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 197]
8.2.1 - Introduction?????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 197]
8.2.2 - Bibliographic Research?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 197]
8.2.3 - The Internet?????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 201]
8.2.4 - Developing a Search Strategy?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 203]
8.2.5 - Searching the Literature: The Library???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 204]
8.2.6 - Research in Action: Does Listening to Mozart Make You Smarter??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 208]
8.2.7 - Statistical Inference and Testing Hypotheses?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 212]
8.2.8 - Chapter Summary???????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 215]
8.2.9 - Chapter Glossary for Review???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 216]
8.2.10 - Chapter References?????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 216]
8.3 - Chapter 7: Sampling: The First Steps in Research?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 218]
8.3.1 - Introduction?????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 218]
8.3.2 - The Nature of Samples???????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 219]
8.3.3 - Probability Sampling?????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 221]
8.3.4 - Sampling Methods?????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 223]
8.3.5 - Nonprobability Sampling???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 227]
8.3.6 - Central Limit Theorem???????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 229]
8.3.7 - Applications of the Central Limit Theorem???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 233]
8.3.8 - Sources of Bias and Error: A Reprise?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 239]
8.3.9 - Research in Action: Trends in HIV-Related Risk Behaviors?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 242]
8.3.10 - Chapter Summary???????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 246]
8.3.11 - Chapter Glossary for Review???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 247]
8.3.12 - Chapter References?????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 249]
8.4 - Chapter 8: Creating and Using Assessments, Surveys, and Objective Measures?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 250]
8.4.1 - Introduction?????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 250]
8.4.2 - Purpose of Measurement?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 250]
8.4.3 - Caveat Assessor???????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 251]
8.4.4 - Creating a Measurement Scale and Developing a Data Collection Strategy?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 253]
8.4.5 - Interviews, Questionnaires, and Attitude Surveys?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 254]
8.4.6 - Question Response Formats???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 258]
8.4.7 - Writing Good Questionnaire and Survey Items???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 263]
8.4.8 - Determining the Sample Size for a Survey?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 268]
8.4.9 - Naturalistic Observation?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 271]
8.4.10 - Research in Action: Analysis of Assaults?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 277]
8.4.11 - Chapter Summary???????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 282]
8.4.12 - Chapter Glossary for Review???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 283]
8.4.13 - Chapter References?????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 284]
8.5 - Chapter 9: A Model for Research Design?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 287]
8.5.1 - Introduction?????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 287]
8.5.2 - A Model for Research Design???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 288]
8.5.3 - What Is the Independent Variable????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 294]
8.5.4 - What Is the Dependent Variable????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 296]
8.5.5 - Are There Any Confounding Variables??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 299]
8.5.6 - What Are the Research Hypotheses? [Seite 301]
8.5.7 - Mathematical Hypotheses [Seite 302]
8.5.8 - Evaluating Hypotheses???????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 304]
8.5.9 - Evaluating Hypotheses: Practical Matters?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 306]
8.5.10 - Research in Action: Sex Differences and Memory for Emotional Events???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 311]
8.5.11 - Research in Action: Changing Attitudes by Writing Essays?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 312]
8.5.12 - Chapter Summary???????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 313]
8.5.13 - Chapter Glossary for Review???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 315]
8.5.14 - Chapter References?????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 317]
9 - Part III: Common Research Designs???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 319]
9.1 - Chapter 10: Correlational Research?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 321]
9.1.1 - Introduction?????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 321]
9.1.2 - Conceptual Review of Correlation?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 322]
9.1.3 - Pearson's r???????????????????????????????????? [Seite 324]
9.1.4 - Interpreting the Correlation Coefficient [Seite 324]
9.1.5 - Factors That Corrupt a Correlation Coefficient [Seite 326]
9.1.6 - Sample Size and the Correlation Coefficient [Seite 330]
9.1.7 - Applications of the Correlation Coefficient [Seite 332]
9.1.8 - Regression Analysis???????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 337]
9.1.9 - Introduction to Mediation and Moderation?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 339]
9.1.10 - Regression to the Mean?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 340]
9.1.11 - Research in Action: Searching Short-Term Memory???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 343]
9.1.12 - Statistics behind the Research?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 345]
9.1.13 - Chapter Summary???????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 353]
9.1.14 - Chapter Glossary for Review???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 355]
9.1.15 - Chapter References?????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 356]
9.2 - Chapter 11: Between-Subjects Designs?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 357]
9.2.1 - Introduction?????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 357]
9.2.2 - Student's t-Ratio for Independent Groups?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 358]
9.2.3 - Review of Hypothesis Testing?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 360]
9.2.4 - Testing Statistical Hypotheses?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 362]
9.2.5 - Common Errors in the Interpretation of p?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 370]
9.2.6 - The Power of a Test???????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 372]
9.2.7 - Estimating Sample Size?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 377]
9.2.8 - Research in Action: Word Meaning and Memory???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 379]
9.2.9 - Statistics behind the Research?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 381]
9.2.10 - Chapter Summary???????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 390]
9.2.11 - Chapter Glossary for Review???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 391]
9.2.12 - Chapter References?????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 391]
9.3 - Chapter 12: Single-Variable Between-Subjects Research???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 393]
9.3.1 - Introduction?????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 393]
9.3.2 - Independent Variable [Seite 394]
9.3.3 - Cause and Effect [Seite 396]
9.3.4 - Gaining Control over the Variables?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 397]
9.3.5 - The General Linear Model?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 401]
9.3.6 - Components of Variance?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 404]
9.3.7 - The F-Ratio???????????????????????????????????? [Seite 406]
9.3.8 - H0 and H1???????????????????????????????? [Seite 409]
9.3.9 - F-Ratio Sampling Distribution???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 410]
9.3.10 - Summarizing and Interpreting ANOVA Results?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 411]
9.3.11 - Effect Size and Power???????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 413]
9.3.12 - Multiple Comparisons of the Means???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 414]
9.3.13 - Research in Action: Detecting Lies?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 418]
9.3.14 - Statistics behind the Research?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 420]
9.3.15 - Chapter Summary???????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 425]
9.3.16 - Chapter Glossary for Review???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 426]
9.3.17 - Chapter References?????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 428]
9.4 - Chapter 13: Between-Subjects Factorial Designs?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 429]
9.4.1 - Introduction?????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 429]
9.4.2 - The Logic of the Two-Variable Design?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 430]
9.4.3 - Advantages of the Two-Variable Design???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 431]
9.4.4 - Factorial Designs: Variables, Levels, and Cells???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 435]
9.4.5 - Examples of Factorial Designs???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 436]
9.4.6 - Main Effects and Interaction?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 440]
9.4.7 - Designing a Factorial Study???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 448]
9.4.8 - Identifying Samples and Estimating Sample Size?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 451]
9.4.9 - Interpreting the Interaction: Advanced Considerations [Seite 453]
9.4.10 - Research in Action: Reinforcing Creativity?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 454]
9.4.11 - Statistics behind the Research?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 456]
9.4.12 - Chapter Summary???????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 463]
9.4.13 - Chapter Glossary for Review???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 463]
9.4.14 - Chapter References?????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 464]
9.5 - Chapter 14: Correlated-Groups Designs???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 465]
9.5.1 - Introduction?????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 465]
9.5.2 - Logic of the Correlated-Groups Research Design?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 466]
9.5.3 - Repeated-Measures Design?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 467]
9.5.4 - Matched-Groups Design???????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 477]
9.5.5 - Mixed-Model Design?????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 482]
9.5.6 - Research in Action: Memory for Related Words?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 483]
9.5.7 - Statistics behind the Research?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 485]
9.5.8 - Chapter Summary???????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 487]
9.5.9 - Chapter Glossary for Review???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 490]
9.5.10 - Chapter References?????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 491]
10 - Part IV: Special Research Designs???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 493]
10.1 - Chapter 15: Single-Participant Experiments, Longitudinal Studies, and Quasi-Experimental Designs?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 495]
10.1.1 - Introduction?????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 495]
10.1.2 - Single-Participant Experiments?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 497]
10.1.3 - Research in Action: Treatment for Panic Disorder?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 506]
10.1.4 - Longitudinal Designs?????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 509]
10.1.5 - Research in Action: Onset of Bulimia?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 513]
10.1.6 - Quasi-Experiments???????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 515]
10.1.7 - Research in Action: Traffic Laws and Safety [Seite 518]
10.1.8 - Chapter Summary???????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 520]
10.1.9 - Chapter Glossary for Review???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 521]
10.1.10 - Chapter References?????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 521]
10.2 - Chapter 16: Research with Categorical Data?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 524]
10.2.1 - Introduction?????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 524]
10.2.2 - Goodness-of-Fit Test?????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 526]
10.2.3 - x2 Test of Independence???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 530]
10.2.4 - x2 Test of Homogeneity?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 533]
10.2.5 - Further Analysis of the x2?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 535]
10.2.6 - McNemar Test?????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 538]
10.2.7 - Research in Action: Long-Term Effects of Childhood Abuse?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 541]
10.2.8 - Chapter Summary???????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 544]
10.2.9 - Chapter Glossary for Review???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 545]
10.2.10 - Chapter References?????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 545]
10.3 - Chapter 17: Qualitative and Mixed-Methods Research?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 547]
10.3.1 - Introduction?????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 547]
10.3.2 - Qualitative versus Quantitative Research?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 548]
10.3.3 - Theory and Perspectives Guiding Qualitative Research?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 549]
10.3.4 - Mixing Methods: Quantitative and Qualitative Combined???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 550]
10.3.5 - Qualitative and Mixed-Methods Data Collection and Analysis?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 552]
10.3.6 - Benefits and Challenges of Mixed-Methods Research [Seite 559]
10.3.7 - Sources of Published Qualitative and Mixed-Methods Research???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 563]
10.3.8 - Research in Action: Gender- and Job-Based Differences in Work Stress?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 564]
10.3.9 - Chapter Summary???????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 567]
10.3.10 - Chapter Glossary for Review???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 567]
10.3.11 - Chapter References?????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 568]
11 - Appendix A: Statistics behind the Research or, "What Was I Supposed to Remember from My Statistics Class Anyway?" [Seite 570]
11.1 - Introduction [Seite 570]
11.2 - Variables X, Y, N, n [Seite 571]
11.3 - Subscripts (X1) and Superscripts (X2) [Seite 571]
11.4 - Measures of Central Tendency [Seite 573]
11.5 - Measures of Variability [Seite 576]
11.6 - Standardized or z-Score [Seite 581]
12 - Appendix B: Statistical Tables?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 588]
12.1 - Table B.1: Proportions of the Area Under the Normal Curve [Seite 588]
12.2 - Table B.2: 1,200 Two-Digit Random Numbers [Seite 593]
12.3 - Table B.3: Critical Values for Student's t-Test [Seite 594]
12.4 - Table B.4: Power of Student's Single-Sample t-Ratio [Seite 596]
12.5 - Table B.5.1: Power of Student's Two-Sample t-Ratio, One-Tailed Tests [Seite 597]
12.6 - Table B.5.2: Power of Student's Two-Sample t-Ratio, Two-Tailed Tests [Seite 599]
12.7 - Table B.6: Critical Values for Pearson's Correlation Coefficient [Seite 600]
12.8 - Table B.7: Critical Values for Spearman's Rank-Order Correlation Coefficient [Seite 602]
12.9 - Table B.8: r to z Transformation [Seite 604]
12.10 - Table B.9: Power of Pearson's Correlation Coefficient [Seite 605]
12.11 - Table B.10: Critical Values for the F-ratio [Seite 606]
12.12 - Table B.11: Critical Values for the Fmax Test [Seite 611]
12.13 - Table B.12: Critical Values for the Studentized Range Test [Seite 612]
12.14 - Table B.13: Power of ANOVA [Seite 616]
12.15 - Table B.14: Critical Values for Chi-Squared [Seite 621]
12.16 - Table B.15: Critical Values for Mann-Whitney U-Test [Seite 623]
13 - Appendix C: Answers to Knowledge Check Questions?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 628]
13.1 - Chapter 1 [Seite 628]
13.2 - Chapter 2 [Seite 630]
13.3 - Chapter 3 [Seite 630]
13.4 - Chapter 4 [Seite 632]
13.5 - Chapter 5 [Seite 634]
13.6 - Chapter 6 [Seite 634]
13.7 - Chapter 7 [Seite 636]
13.8 - Chapter 8 [Seite 638]
13.9 - Chapter 9 [Seite 641]
13.10 - Chapter 10 [Seite 644]
13.11 - Chapter 11 [Seite 645]
13.12 - Chapter 12 [Seite 647]
13.13 - Chapter 13 [Seite 648]
13.14 - Chapter 14 [Seite 650]
13.15 - Chapter 15 [Seite 651]
13.16 - Chapter 16 [Seite 652]
13.17 - Chapter 17 [Seite 655]
13.18 - Appendix A [Seite 657]
14 - Author Index?????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 659]
15 - Subject Index???????????????????????????????????????? [Seite 663]
16 - EULA [Seite 670]

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