Methodological Issues in Applied Social Psychology by Fred B. BryantMethodological Issues in Applied Social Psychology by Fred B. Bryant

Methodological Issues in Applied Social Psychology

EditorFred B. Bryant, John Edwards, R. Scott Tindale

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To help hone current techniques and develop novel theories, this survey presents both commonly used and nontraditional methodologies-time series designs, structural diary methods, N of 1 analysis, and others-in the application of social psychology to `real-life' settings. Chapters encompass all aspects of the research process, making this a definitive resource for the researcher and the student.

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Title:Methodological Issues in Applied Social PsychologyFormat:HardcoverDimensions:327 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.03 inPublisher:Springer US

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ISBN - 10:030644173X

ISBN - 13:9780306441738

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Resource Planning for Applied Research; L. Bickman. Problem Identification in Social Intervention Research; Y. Suarez-Balcazar, et al. Ethical Issues in CommunityBased Research and Intervention; J.E. Sieber, J.L. Sorensen. Lessons from the Meta-Analysis of Quasi-Experiments; P.M. Wortman. A Structure Diary Methodology for the Study of Daily Events; A. DeLongis, et al. Time Series Methods in Applied Social Research; M.M. Mark, et al. Structural Equations Modeling; R.E. Olmstead, P.M. Bentler. Research Without Control Groups; J. McKillip. Statistical Analysis for SingleCase Designs; P.R. Yarnold. Qualitative Activist Research; M. Fine, V. Vanderslice. Thought Experiments and Applied Social Research; R.S. Tindale, D.A. Vollrath. Computer Networks in Field Research; S. Kiesler, et al. Communicating Applied Social Psychology to Users; E.J. Posavac. Index.