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  1. Social Connectionism

    A Reader and Handbook for Simulations

    By Frank Van Overwalle

    Many of our thoughts and decisions occur without us being conscious of them taking place; connectionism attempts to reveal the internal hidden dynamics that drive the thoughts and actions of both individuals and groups. Connectionist modeling is a radically innovative approach to theorising in...

    Published April 26th 2007 by Psychology Press

  2. Best Practices in Teaching Statistics and Research Methods in the Behavioral Sciences

    Edited by Dana S. Dunn, Randolph A. Smith, Bernard C. Beins

    This book provides a showcase for "best practices" in teaching statistics and research methods in two- and four-year colleges and universities. A helpful resource for teaching introductory, intermediate, and advanced statistics and/or methods, the book features coverage of: ways to integrate these...

    Published March 27th 2007 by Routledge

  3. Statistical and Process Models for Cognitive Neuroscience and Aging

    Edited by Michael J. Wenger, Christof Schuster

    Series: Notre Dame Series on Quantitative Methodology

    Statistical and Process Models for Cognitive Neuroscience and Aging addresses methodological techniques for researching cognitive impairment, Alzheimer's disease, the biophysics and structure of the nervous system, the physiology of memory, and the analysis of EEG data. Each chapter, written by the...

    Published January 30th 2007 by Psychology Press

  4. Data Analytic Techniques for Dynamical Systems

    Edited by Steven M Boker, Michael J. Wenger

    Series: Notre Dame Series on Quantitative Methodology

    Each volume in the Notre Dame Series on Quantitative Methodology features leading methodologists and substantive experts who provide instruction on innovative techniques designed to enhance quantitative skills in a substantive area. This latest volume focuses on the methodological issues and...

    Published January 30th 2007 by Psychology Press

  5. Ethical Issues and Guidelines in Psychology

    By Philip Banyard, Cara Flanagan

    Series: Routledge Modular Psychology

    How do we know right from wrong, good from bad, help from hindrance, and how can we judge the behavior of others? Ethics are the rules and guidelines that we use to make such judgements. Often there are no clear answers, which make this subject both interesting and potentially frustrating. In...

    Published January 19th 2006 by Routledge

  6. Methodological Issues in Aging Research

    Edited by Cindy S. Bergeman, Steven M Boker

    Series: Notre Dame Series on Quantitative Methodology

    Methodological Issues in Aging Research is the first volume in the "Notre Dame Series on Quantitative Methodology." This new series provides practical training on the latest quantitative methods used in social and behavioral research. Each volume features contributions from leading experts in...

    Published November 17th 2005 by Psychology Press

  7. A Guide to Coursework in Psychology

    By Eamon Fulcher

    Ever had difficulty choosing a research project? Ever wondered how your work will be marked? This book will help students to understand the coursework specifications and marking criteria for a number of key exam boards, including; AQA (specification A and B), OCR, EDEXCEL and SQA. It provides...

    Published September 13th 2005 by Psychology Press

  8. How to do Research

    A Psychologist's Guide

    By Jonathan St B T Evans

    Despite the existence of a large number of research methods textbooks, until now there has not been one offering coherent discussion of or clearly outlining a 'strategy' for research. How to do Research is intended to decisively redress this imbalance. Offering practical advice on all...

    Published August 18th 2005 by Psychology Press

  9. Understanding and Evaluating Research in Applied and Clinical Settings

    By George A. Morgan, Jeffrey A. Gliner, Robert J. Harmon

    Clinically oriented professionals and students need to understand and evaluate the research and statistics in professional articles, especially given today's emphasis on evidence-based practice. This book demonstrates how the research approach and design help determine the appropriate statistical...

    Published August 10th 2005 by Psychology Press

  10. The Research Companion

    A Practical Guide for the Social and Health Sciences

    By Petra M. Boynton

    Social science research has traditionally focused on the historical study of research methods, frequently overlooking the practical skills needed to undertake a research project. The Research Companion recognises this need for instruction in the practice of research and offers clear, honest advice...

    Published June 30th 2005 by Psychology Press