A guide to teaching research methods in psychology

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Blackwell Pub., 2008 - Psychology - 222 pages
A Guide to Teaching Research Methods in Psychology provides instructors with a practical handbook for teaching psychological research methods. The book

  • Discusses in detail many of the challenges and dilemmas that instructors often face when teaching this demanding course
  • Covers a wide range of topics - from pedagogical considerations and course preparation to reflection and course revision
  • Offers alternative strategies for teaching research methods with practical suggestions for their implementation
  • Accessible and informative to all current and future research methods instructors, from graduate assistants to seasoned classroom veterans

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Getting Ready to Teach
Teaching Reliability and Validity
Teaching the Distinction between Experimental

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