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  1. Points of Viewing Children's Thinking

    By Ricki Goldman-Segall, Ricki Goldman

    This book is about learning and ethnography in the context of technologies. Simultaneously, it portrays young people's "thinking attitudes" in computer-based learning environments, and it describes how the practice of ethnography is changing in a digital world. The author likens this form of...

    Published November 1st 1997 by Psychology Press

  2. Composing a Teacher Study Group

    Learning About Inquiry in Primary Classrooms

    By Richard J. Meyer, With Linda Brown, Elizabeth DeNino, Kimberly Larson, Mona McKenzie

    There has been a flurry of writing about teachers as inquirers and researchers as well as books about children as inquirers. This volume brings these two areas together -- teachers and students are inquiring at Ridgeway Elementary School. It demonstrates the importance of thought collectives as...

    Published October 1st 1997 by Routledge

  3. Doing Quantitative Psychological Research

    From Design To Report

    By David Clark-Carter

    This book has four aspects which together make it unique. Firstly, it takes the reader through all the stages of research from design, through conduct, analysis and interpretation to reporting the research, including advice on presenting a paper or a poster at a conference. Secondly, it describes a...

    Published September 12th 1997 by Psychology Press

  4. What If There Were No Significance Tests?

    Edited by Lisa L. Harlow, Stanley A. Mulaik, James H. Steiger

    Series: Multivariate Applications Series

    This book is the result of a spirited debate stimulated by a recent meeting of the Society of Multivariate Experimental Psychology. Although the viewpoints span a range of perspectives, the overriding theme that emerges states that significance testing may still be useful if supplemented with some...

    Published August 1st 1997 by Psychology Press

  5. Doing Qualitative Analysis In Psychology

    Edited by Nicky Hayes

    In recent years, qualitative analysis has become accpeted as part of modern psychology. Concern about the limitations of conventional laboratory- based research combine with a growing interest in real world issues to produce an awareness of the rich potential of qualititative analysis. Virtualy all...

    Published July 2nd 1997 by Psychology Press

  6. Community-Based Ethnography

    Breaking Traditional Boundaries of Research, Teaching, and Learning

    By Ernest T. Stringer, Mary Frances Agnello, Sheila Conant Baldwin, Lois McFayden Christensen, Deana Lee Philb Henry

    Co-written by a professor and 10 students, this book explores their attempts to come to grips with fundamental issues related to writing narrative accounts purporting to represent aspects of people's lives. The fundamental project, around which their explorations in writing textual accounts turned,...

    Published July 1st 1997 by Psychology Press

  7. Multivariate Statistical Methods

    A First Course

    By George A. Marcoulides, Scott L. Hershberger

    Multivariate statistics refer to an assortment of statistical methods that have been developed to handle situations in which multiple variables or measures are involved. Any analysis of more than two variables or measures can loosely be considered a multivariate statistical analysis. An...

    Published February 1st 1997 by Psychology Press

  8. A Conceptual Introduction To Modeling

    Qualitative and Quantitative Perspectives

    By David W. Britt

    When seeking to test specific hypotheses in large data sets, social and behavioral scientists often construct models. Although useful in such situations, many phenomena of interest do not occur in large samples and do not lend themselves to precise measurement. In addition, a focus on hypothesis...

    Published January 1st 1997 by Psychology Press

  9. Basic Statistics for Social Research

    Step-by-Step Calculations & Computer Techniques Using Minitab

    By Duncan Cramer

    This accessible introdution to statistics using the program Minitab explains when to apply and how to calculate and interpret a wide range of statistical procedures commonly used in the social sciences. Keeping statistical symbols and formulae to a minimum and using simple examples, this book:*...

    Published December 19th 1996 by Routledge

  10. Design and Analysis of Single-Case Research

    Edited by Ronald D. Franklin, David B. Allison, Bernard S. Gorman

    This book focuses on one important aspect of psychological research -- the intensive study of people measured one or more at a time. Some important historical material is detailed in several chapters making a strong connection to previous material in psychology. Several contributors present...

    Published December 1st 1996 by Psychology Press