Experimental Psychology

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Cengage Learning, Apr 7, 2008 - Psychology - 592 pages
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Kantowitz, Roediger, and Elmes, all prominent researchers, take an example-based approach to the fundamentals of research methodology. Their text is organized by topic--such as research in human factors, learning, thinking, and problem solving--a unique feature that helps students connect the concepts of sound methodology with their practical applications. Because the authors employ dozens of carefully selected real-world examples, students can see for themselves the issues and problems that can occur in conducting research. More importantly, they can develop a sense of how to anticipate and adjust for problems in their own research.
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Contents

Fundamentals of Research
1
Principles and Practices of Experimental Psychology
151
Experimental Psychology A Historical Sketch
432
Statistical Reasoning An Introduction
448
Statistical Tables
494

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About the author (2008)

David G. Elmes is Professor Emeritus of Psychology at Washington and Lee University, where he taught for 40 years.

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