Handbook of Research Methods in Social and Personality Psychology

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Cambridge University Press, Mar 13, 2000 - Psychology - 558 pages
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This volume provides an overview of research methods in contemporary social psychology. Coverage includes conceptual issues in research design, methods of research, and statistical approaches. Because the range of research methods available for social psychology have expanded extensively in the past decade, both traditional and innovative methods are presented. The goal is to introduce new and established researchers alike to new methodological developments in the field.
 

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Contents

Research Design and Issues of Validity
3
Research Design
17
Causal Inference and Generalization in Field Settings Experimental and QuasiExperimental Designs
40
Computer Simulation Methods for Social Psychology
85
Psychophysiological Methods
117
Behavioral Observation and Coding
138
Methods of Small Group Research
160
EventSampling and Other Methods for Studying Everyday Experience
190
Content Analysis and Narrative Analysis
313
Measurement Reliability Construct Validation and Scale Construction
339
Everyday Data Analysis in Social Psychology Comparisons of Linear Models
370
Nasty Data Unruly IllMannered Observations Can Ruin Your Analysis
393
Analysis and Design for Nonexperimental Data Addressing Causal and Noncausal Hypotheses
412
The Analysis of Data from Dyads and Groups
451
Modeling Growth and Change Processes Design Measurement and Analysis for Research in Social Psychology
478
Quantitative Synthesis of Social Psychological Research
496

Survey Research
223
The Mind in the Middle A Practical Guide to Priming and Automaticity Research
253
Coded Semistructured Interviews in Social Psychological Research
286
Author Index
529
Subject Index
545
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About the author (2000)

Harry T. Reis is Professor of Psychology in the Department of Clinical and Social Sciences, University of Rochester. He is the co-author of Interpersonal Influence and the editor of Naturalistic Approaches to Studying Social Interaction.

Charles M. Judd is Professor of Psychology at the University of Colorado. He is the author of Data Analysis: A Model Comparison Approach and Research Methods in Social Relations.

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