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by Dawn M. McBride

ePub The Process of Research in Psychology download
Dawn M. McBride
SAGE Publications, Inc; Second edition (March 2, 2012)
Psychology & Counseling
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Dawn M. McBride is a professor of psychology at Illinois State University.

Dawn M. She is a recipient of the Illinois State University Teaching Initiative Award.

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In The Process of Research in Psychology: Second Edition, an introductory textbook, Dawn M. McBride utilizes numerous examples from published research and the pedagogical approach of spaced repetition to provide a step-by-step explanation of how to design, conduct, and present a research study in psychology. Early chapters introduce important concepts for developing research ideas, subject sampling, ethics, and data collection to help students understand the process of research. Subsequent "Nuts and Bolts" chapters provide more detailed coverage of these topics and examine the various types of research relevant to the field of psychology. This approach creates a logical scaffolding upon which students can build their knowledge and allows for an easy-to-read, concise format that provides students with the appropriate information required to do research in psychology!
  • This book is much better than I thought. The greatest strength of it is that offers a great number of simple but vivid examples of different types of research procedures. However, the chapters about statistics need more work because they seem less structured than other chapters that have a logical and "pleasant" flow. Additionally, there are quizzes and related and helpful material on the website (no stupid codes needed). One of the very few books that do not treat you as an absolute idiot or an absolute expert.

  • Good introduction to statistical analysis in psychology. High school level, I think.

  • School book. Working for it's intended purpose.

  • Getting the next edition isn't worth it. This covered everything we did in class and my professor personally endorsed its use since the new book has changed so little. Great way to save a pretty penny if you're a starving college student!

  • great book!!

  • Always a good reference guide!!!

  • This was a decent good for my Research Methods class. Not bad to read.

  • Excellent