Quasi-experimentation: design & analysis issues for field settings

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Houghton Mifflin, 1979 - Psychology - 405 pages
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A lot of older terminology so it's dense at first blush. But the concepts have stood the test of time and it's a classic must read methods textbook. Read full review

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Causal Inference and the Language of Experimentation
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Validity
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Nonequivalent Control Group Designs
95
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Cook is professor of sociology, psychology, education, and policy research at Northwestern University.

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