Evaluating, Doing and Writing Research in Psychology is a thoroughly revised and expanded co-edition of the highly regarded Reasoning and Argument in Psychology, originally published by UNSW Press, Australia. It represents a comprehensive textbook for all undergraduates in psychology who need to undertake empirical research, taking them step-by-step through the process. In particular, it offers the a range of study skills enabling the student to understand the complex processes involved with psychological research, not really covered in other texts. Coverage includes: Am A guide to evaluating statements, arguments and a range of different psychological explanations Am Chapters on the interpretation and evaluation of data and evidence, understanding weaknesses in psychological argument, and measurement and numerical reasoning Am Chapters on doing a literature review, writing up essays and projects, and reporting observational studies. This is a practical textbook. Textboxes are included to help students comprehend jargon, key research terms and likely problem areas in psychological research.At the end of each chapter, summaries, questions and exercises are included - all designed to give students extra clarification of issues and to help with their overall understanding. Plenty of new examples have been added from the previous edition and exercises are more clearly focused.A Step-by-Step Guide for Students Philip Bell, Phillip Staines, Joel Michell ... Social Psychology, no 37, pp 325a44. ... DS (1998) Unto Others: The Evolution and Psychology of Unselfish Behavior, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press .
|Title||:||Evaluating, Doing and Writing Research in Psychology|
|Author||:||Philip Bell, Phillip Staines, Joel Michell|
|Publisher||:||SAGE - 2001-03-01|