Research Methods in Psychology: Canadian Edition
Hugh Coolican, Owen Kelly | 2014 | PDF | ISBN: 0199005591 | 416 pages | 47 Mb
This comprehensive overview of research methods uses a lively narrative to guide students through every stage of a research project, including planning and conducting studies, analyzing data, and reporting results. Integrating fascinating Canadian research and examples with accessible explanations, this is an engaging primer for students of behavioural studies.
"This is an excellent book that balances the need to inform with the need to engage; it provides the necessary information for a foundation in research methods without intimidating students by presenting the information as complex formulas, calculations or theories." -Carolyn Ensley, Wilfrid Laurier University
About the Author
Hugh Coolican is a senior lecturer in the Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences at Coventry University. Owen Kelly is an adjunct research professor and lecturer in the Department of Psychology at Carleton University. In addition to his work on campus, Kelly is a researcher at the University of Ottawas Institute of Mental Health Research. He has a passion for research and teaching and is About.coms guide/expert on Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder.